Intel® Education thinking tools are based on research that demonstrates the value of visual representation in constructing and retaining new information. Thinking tools use technology to allow students to convey and exchange ideas, actively construct knowledge, solve problems, and create nonlinguistic representations of what they have learned.
Elementary assessment plans for different subject areas, ready to adapt for your classroom or implement as-is.
Elementary assessment plans for different subject areas give you a complete project, ready to adapt for your classroom or implement as-is.
Determining how students are using higher-order thinking can be a challenge. Learn methods for assessing thinking.
Determining how and when students are using higher-order thinking such as critical thinking, creativity, problem solving, and metacognition, can be a challenge. Learn about ways of methods for assessing thinking.
Research suggests that students benefit from continuous and ongoing assessment. Read about these benefits.
Research suggests that students experience significant learning benefits when they are in classrooms where assessment is continuous and ongoing. Read about the benefits of formative assessment.
In some classrooms, assessment is often limited to tests and papers. Learn about different types of assessment.
In traditional classrooms, student assessment is often limited to tests, papers, and oral presentations. Learn about the different types of assessment.