Assessment Literacy Network: Teaching the Standards in a Socially Just Classroom (series)


Sep 16, Oct 19, Nov 16, Dec 14, Jan 11, Feb 8, Mar 8, Apr 19

4:00-5:30 pm



Registration open through 9/15/2021 11:59 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)


The registration period has closed for this event.



Many educators say they have high-expectations for student learning, but who gets to set those expectations? And how do we define and measure 'success'? Before we can better center students in their learning we must learn how to de-center ourselves. Join the Assessment Literacy Network this year as we explore the connection between Culturally Responsive Teaching and Formative Assessment and learn more about how classroom assessment can be used a tool for social justice AND high academic achievement!



Series Outline

*all sessions will meet VIRTUALLY on Zoom from 4:00-5:30 pm

Sep 16: Understanding Assessment as a Tool for Social Justice (also available as recording)

Oct 19: Putting the Standards in Context

Nov 16: Engaging Multiple Perspectives to answer What do the standards mean?

Dec 14: Co-Constructing our Definition of Mastery

Jan 11: Seeing Students' Genius

Feb 8: Responding to What Students Tell Us

Mar 8: Letting Students Take the Lead

Apr 19: Communicating Student Learning


Educators new to this learning should plan to attend all sessions in the series. Those who have already engaged in the Assessment for Learning series or are current members of the Assessment Literacy Network may select to attend individual sessions.


SCECHs available pending approval.


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