Inclusive Assessment Webinar Series: Join Us Monday

Please join us next Monday, November 5 as we renew our series:

Implementing Inclusive Assessment & Student Evaluation

Support Student Learning and Inform Your Teaching with Practical Ideas from Professional Educators

Until then we’ll postpone our events out of respect to those battling Hurricane Sandy and the associated storms and cleanup on the East coast! Good luck to you all.

These events will provide educators with an enriching opportunity focused on creative ways to successfully engage all populations of 21st century learners in assessment and student evaluation. Engage with participants around the world as a rich cast of classroom teachers, university professors, state department of education personnel and thought leaders in the field take us on a journey into the breakthroughs they have made in their own sphere of the education profession.

Join us for the entire series or register for each session individually. Please click here for an information flyer.

Dates: Tuesday, Oct. 23, Monday, Nov. 5, Thursday, Nov. 8, and Wednesday, Nov. 14

Time: 6:30 – 7:45 PM Eastern Time

Cost: FREE!

To Register:

Session Details:

November 5 – Effective STEM Assessment Techniques for Low-Incidence Populations
Cary Supalo (Independence Science), Peg Hartwig (Marshfield, WI Schools)

November 8 – Maximizing Access Through Innovative Reading Assessment Design
Teresa King (Educational Testing Service), Barbara Flores (UC-Santa Barbara)

November 14 – Integrating Language Learning Students in Purposeful Evaluation
Jennifer Paul (Michigan Dept. of Education), Gabriela Cardenas (UCLA Lab School)

And look for this recording soon:

October 23 – Engaging Students with Disabilities in Effective Student Evaluation
Jimmie Schmidt (Sioux Falls, SD Schools), Dalee Chambers (Alabama Dept. of Education)

Earn a participation certificate that can be presented for continuing education credits.

For more information, please click here.


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