Assessment approaches for today’s learning environments

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Image for aesthetic effect only - 08-20-webinar-thumbnail Coordinating meaningful assessment approaches is among the top instructional challenges educators face in kicking off this highly unusual school year. Educators will need to take into account the mix of remote, in-person, and hybrid teaching that will occur in many contexts. At the same time, many educators and districts are likely to have less data from the end of the previous school year as they get to know new students. This webinar will explore strategies and considerations for assessing student learning effectively.     Participants will: Learn about formative assessment strategies for both hybrid and remote learning contexts; Consider how grading and assessment policies and systems may need to shift for the year; and Discuss the range of student information and data that can inform

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Executive Director at Center for Assessment | + posts

Scott Marion is the president and executive director of the National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment, which advises states, districts, and legislators about assessment and accountability system. He is a national leader in designing innovative and comprehensive assessment systems to support instruction and accountability.

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Deputy Superintendent at Hamilton County Schools | + posts

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