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Assessment and the Whole Child

Jennifer Grove, Ed.D., Assistant Dean, Germantown and Director of M.A.Ed., Ed.S., and Ed.D. Programs, Germantown & Professor of Education

October 10, 2011 - The Fourth Annual Education Forum - Union University Germantown
September 2011
Germantown, TN
Assessment and the Whole Child presented by Dr. Jennifer Grove

Abstract
It is important that we reach, teach, and assess the whole child. It is the responsibility of the educator, in part, to capture the essence of who the students are. Teaching involves the incorportation of agents to insight inquiry, cultivate questioning, foster higher-level thinking, guide problem solving, generate creativity, utilize and develop learning styles, while continuously embracing the uniqueness of each child.


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