This site serves as a repository for researchers to share effective tools with practitioners. Educational science "discovers" many effective practices that are not picked up and marketed by companies but, nevertheless, are useful. To be maximally useful, some tools found here will benefit from some organizing and packaging to fit the routines of a classroom or school. For example, KENALA is strong assessment system for pre-school that could be arranged in a binder or two with copies so that, when needed, users can quickly find what they need and conduct an assessment.
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