Culturally responsive formative assessment
Stevens, Lisa Russell
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The purpose of this study was to measure teachers' comfort levels, and understanding of cultural responsiveness, formative assessment, and inquiry-based science and math instruction in a kindergarten through fifth grade school with a 100% population of Native American students. A group of five teachers accepted the invitation to explore culturally responsive formative instruction in math and science. Survey information, teacher observations, interviews, and a checklist of formative assessment methods used by teachers, were used to gather baseline data. The data was than used to determine levels of implementation of CRFA by teachers.