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Standards Professional Learning Grant Workshop Series
Standards Professional Learning Grant project aims to operationalize the new, North Dakota State Standards in ELA and Math by engaging practitioners in collaborative study of standards viability, learning targets and proficiency scales for the purpose of improving core instruction and assessment. Project Outcome Goals:
• Build awareness, understanding and implementation of the 2017 North Dakota Content Standards in Mathematics and English Language Arts and Literacy (ELA) among teachers
• Increase the use of best, instructional practices in the classroom through professional learning opportunities for teachers and implementation of prioritized standards and proficiency scales
• Create a foundation for improved assessment practices in North Dakota schools
• Promote collaboration and sharing of expertise across North Dakota school districts

Presenter will be Phil Warrick, EdD, Marzano Research Laboratory.

Session 2
(Monday, April 30, 2018 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM)
Session ID: 37860
Jamestown: Workshop 2: Using Effective Classroom Assessment to Personalize Student Learning NEW LOCATION
Seats Filled: 111 / 115
Fee: $35.00
Location:Hotel, 111 2nd St NE, Jamestown, 58401, Gladstone Inn

Indicator 2.5: Educators implement a curriculum that is based on high expectations and prepares learners for their next levels.

Indicator 2.6: The institution implements a process to ensure the curriculum is aligned to standards and best practices.

Indicator 2.10: Learning progress is reliably assessed and consistently and clearly communicated.

Important Breakout Information:

Assessment is first and foremost a teaching tool, not just a grading tool. Developing quality assessments and using a variety of assessment practices is one of the most important aspects for teaching and learning in the standards-based learning environment. In this workshop participants will look at formative and summative assessments as well as three different types that can be used for either formative or summative purposes. In this workshop attendees will:

  • Learn three types of classroom assessment that can be used to monitoring student progress toward proficiency in a priority standard
  • Understand how proficiency scales inform the development of assessments that reflect the correct levels of rigor identified in the standards
  • Explore the use of common assessments in the teaching and learning process
  • Understand the concept of question sequencing as a formative assessment practice 

Meals are provided. 

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