Cambridge CEM Blog

­­­Guide to assessment in the first term

The beginning of a school year is always the busiest. There’s so much to consider and do and plan and prepare for that it can feel overwhelming. Juggling all the responsibilities of teaching and feeling like you’re on top of it all may seem like an impossible feat. And the thought of doing an assessment right at the start of the year probably doesn’t help.

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