Less is More: Simple Formative Assessment Strategies in the Classroom – The Effortful Educator

I’m not sure when, but at some point in education, it became popular to make instruction more complex.  The more steps and/or manipulatives you could use in a lesson, the better.  Because, the more the student has to do, the more they will remember…at least, I think that’s the logic.  And as I sit here writing this, I’m not sure why.  To quote the immortal Avril Lavigne:

Source: Less is More: Simple Formative Assessment Strategies in the Classroom – The Effortful Educator

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