Multiple Measures of Student Learning
In today's world, students must master a diversified set of skills. To succeed in a knowledge-based, technology-driven economy, students must master the higher-order thinking skills of recall, analysis, comparison, inference, and evaluation. These higher-order skills are the hallmarks of a literate 21st Century citizen.
Measuring Teacher Contributions to Student Learning Growth for Nontested Grades and Subjects - developed by the National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality to help states consider options for assessing student learning growth for the majority of teachers who teach content not assessed through standardized tests
Using Multiple Measures in Student Learning Outcomes Assessment - examples of quantitative and qualitative assessment tools