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Formative Assessment in Kindergarten

by Vicki Davis
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Becky Holden talks about formative assessment in kindergarten. From notetaking on how knowledge is forming as students are learning to the importance of understanding a child's learning path, Becky relates this topic to all ages as we discuss the best practices in formative assessment.

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Becky Holden's Bio as Submitted


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Becky Holden, an Early Education Mathematics Specialist at Trinity School in Atlanta for the last four years, supports students and teachers in Early Learners (three-year-olds), Pre-K, Kindergarten, and First Grade. Over her 42-year educational career, she has also written mathematics curriculum for the state of Tennessee, was a reading consultant and a K-5 district math coach, and spent 33 years in the classroom. A recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching, Holden is a National Board Certified Teacher who is passionate about primary school mathematics.

Blog: bpholden.wordpress.com

Twitter: @bholden86

 

 

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STEPHANIE ELIZABETH OSCZEPINSKI December 7, 2018 - 2:27 pm

Is there a script for this podcast episode that you could give me?

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