[nobe-l] Assessment strategies???`

pajohns1 at vt.edu pajohns1 at vt.edu
Sun Oct 18 22:22:23 UTC 2009


        Two journals which may have useful articles, "Journal of Visual 
Impairment and Blindness", and "Disability & Society".  Also,  try the 
Education Full-text (a bit of a misnomer) database for some articles.  I'm 
hesitant to suggest the ArticlesFirst database from OCLC, but with a little 
time you should be able to craft some searches with a strong useful article 
to garbage article ratio.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Hope Paulos" <hope.paulos at maine.edu>
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Sent: Sunday, October 18, 2009 12:59 PM
Subject: [nobe-l] Assessment strategies???`

> Hi all. By the time this semester ends, I'm sure you'll be sick of my 
> questions. I'm trying to do an inquiry project for my University. I'm 
> required to write/research about something I wnt to gain more knowledge 
> about. I'm looking to gain more knowledge about assesment strategies (both 
> in creating and grading assessments). I research the Eric database, but 
> they didn't really have much info on blind teachers. Instead, they had 
> information on teaching blind students. Can someone give me some website 
> to check out, and possibly some tips you use in your classrooms? I will 
> cite you in my paper, if you don't mind.
> Thanks so much!!
> Hope
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