The Assessment Network

Sharing assessment & grading strategies that help students learn

Books on Assessment

If you have suggestions for good AFL-related books, please send your recommendation to

Online Resources

If you have an idea for a resource that should be added to this page let Scott Habeeb know and we'll add it.
  • Rubistar - make rubrics for project-based assessments
  • NCTM Article - a good formative assessment article from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics


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Welcome to The Assessment Network!

This site has grown out of the City of Salem Schools' (VA) attempts to incorporate AFL practices into its schools. It is open for any educators who are interested in sharing strategies and ideas for using assessment data to maximize student learning. We hope you will join and become an active member. We learn best when we get to share with one another.

Take a moment to introduce yourself to the other members by replying to the Introductions forum discussion.


Please Introduce Yourself

Started by Scott Habeeb in Introductions. Last reply by Scott Habeeb Nov 4, 2014. 213 Replies


The views and ideas expressed on this site remain the sole property of the members who express them and are not officially endorsed by the City of Salem Schools or any of its member schools.

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