Building a high-quality classroom assessment is part science, part art form. Most educators have at least some experience deconstructing standards to identify learning targets. Most are familiar with depth of knowledge and Universal Design concepts. And most regularly ask themselves what is the purpose of this assessment? Yet even seasoned practitioners are constantly honing their craft in these areas.
GCA’s Professional Learning session – Better Tools, Better Evidence – Fine-Tuning Your Classroom Assessments – provides an applied forum for educators to do exactly that. Educators bring their own classroom assessments to the session for fine-tuning.
In this third of three free webinars this fall, we will discuss creating clear rubrics for constructed-response questions.
Join us, and expect to hone your skill in creating better assessments – those that provide clear information about student achievement!