GCA’s Dr. Jeff Barker and Kay Elder recently presented at the 2016 GACIS Fall Conference in Athens, Georgia. A PowerPoint and PDF version of their presentation’s accompanying slideshow is available for download:
The presentation, “Developing a Valid and Reliable Formative and Summative Assessment System” provided participants insight into the passage of Senate Bill 364 and the opportunities districts have to develop and administer formative/summative assessments in content areas and grade levels that do not have a Milestones assessment.
The Georgia Association of Curriculum and Instructional Supervisors (GACIS) is a professional organization for persons working in the field of curriculum development and instructional supervision. GACIS promotes cooperative relations with and maintains direct contact with the Georgia Department of Education, Georgia General Assembly, teacher education institutions of the state and other educational organizations and agencies that impact public education. GACIS is one of the six affiliate organizations of the Georgia Association of Educational Leaders (GAEL).