Assessment for Learning in the Classroom

Building Classroom Assessments to Ensure Learning for All Students

Feb 06, 2018 [ADD TO YOUR CALENDAR]
11:30am-12:30pm
348, James E. Walker Library (LIB)
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Workshop Description

This session will equip participants with a basic framework for leveraging in-class assessments to guide instructional decisions.  Participants are encouraged to bring a device with classroom lessons, materials, or a syllabus.  The session will include the development of a ready-to-go assessment for use in your class immediately.

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Research on assessment practices touts the use of formative assessment for its ability to raise student performance (Black & Wiliam, 1998; Fullan, 2005; Hattie, 2015; Marzano, 2006; Popham, 2013), especially for low-achieving students (Stiggins, 2004). By assessing students during the learnin...

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Research on assessment practices touts the use of formative assessment for its ability to raise student performance (Black & Wiliam, 1998; Fullan, 2005; Hattie, 2015; Marzano, 2006; Popham, 2013), especially for low-achieving students (Stiggins, 2004). By assessing students during the learning process, teachers are better equipped to make instructional adjustments to meet the students’ current needs. This workshop will involve participants in the process of mapping out learning progressions and developing appropriate formative assessments.

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