Last week, GCA’s Heather Bolinger attended the 2017 Reidy Interactive Lecture Series: Assessing Student Learning of the Next Generation Science Standards in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, as a part of our continued commitment to high-quality item development. Heather Bolinger leads the development of science content at the Georgia Center for Assessment.
More about the 2017 Reidy Interactive Lecture series from the National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment (NCIEA):
The goal of this conference is to draw together those involved or interested in efforts to assess the NGSS to better understand:
- The NGSS and the challenges the standards pose to assessment,
- Approaches to assessing the NGSS and how the results of those approaches might be evaluated, and
- What the future of NGSS assessment might look like, with emphasis on what questions or issues will become important and how current and future design efforts can address them.
Learn more about the 2017 Reidy Interactive Lecture series on the NCIEA’s website, here: