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Student-centered Assessment Resources

Georgia Brooke & Heidi Andrade

Access the Student-centered Assessment Resources

What is student-centered assessment? What is it not? How is it implemented in the classroom, and when implemented, what is the impact? The Students at the Center project has produced the following suite of resources as part of a continued effort to help make the research papers and book come alive and be more applicable to those wishing to implement more student-centered approaches in the classroom, school, district, or beyond.

Click the learn more button below to download a toolkit (.pdf) on each topic—self-assessment, peer assessment, process portfolios, and exhibitions—and view a series of student-centered assessment videos.