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For Jane Hansen, evaluation is the process of finding value in ourselves, others, and our work - often with surprising results. Students' insights beget adjustments in our teaching, and eventually we find ourselves in a teaching situation that cannot exist without students' frequent input. Evaluation and instruction become one continuous act.
Drawing on her decade-long research in rural and urban settings, Hansen shows implementations of self-evaluation in a range of classrooms. Her book represents teachers at all levels - elementary, secondary, and Hansen herself as a teacher educator - all of whom include their students in evaluation. The chapters offer special insight into:
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JANE HANSEN is a professor at the University of Virginia, where she conducts research with young children on reading and writing across the curriculum. formerly a professor at the University of New Hampshire, Jane published When Writers Read, Second Edition (Heinemann, 2001) and When Learners Evaluate (Heinemann, 1998). She coedited, with Thomas Newkirk and Donald Graves, Breaking Ground: Teachers Relate Reading and Writing in the Elementary School (Heinemann, 1985). In 1996, Hansen collaborated with Kathy Staley to produce the video series Portfolios: Students as Readers, Writers, and Evaluators, also available from Heinemann. She brings writing and reading together in the courses she teaches and the presentations she gives.
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