Quality classroom assessment is a powerful process we can use leading to meaningful student learning, more engaged and empowered students, and a more balanced system of assessment. In this session, you will learn about the five guiding principles of quality assessment practices and dive deeper into the final two principles of effective communication and student involvement. Participants will: increase their understanding of the relationship between assessment practices and student motivation; apply differentiated communication strategies based on assessment purpose; practice giving effective descriptive feedback during learning; learn engagement strategies where students can use assessment results to self-assess and set goals for further action; and learn more about empowering students to track and communicate about their learning. The third and final seminar in the Quality Assessment Practices series in Douglas County. Register here!
Location / Venue
Douglas County UniServ
522 SE Washington Avenue, Suite 104
Roseburg , OR 97470