To increase assessment “literacy,” the Michigan Assessment Consortium (MAC) spearheaded development of draft Assessment Literacy Standards.
The MAC is now seeking reactions from educators, students and families, higher education faculty, local and state policymakers, and community members regarding the standards.
Inviting Public Review of the MI Arts Education Instruction and Assessment Program Instructional Blueprint - May 23 – June 30, 2013
The MAEIA Blueprint Writers have completed Draft 1 of the MAEIA Instructional Blueprint.
Lewis-Cass ISD sponsored a series this year – featuring education reform leaders: Rick Stiggins, Bob Marzano, Mike White and Jay McTighe. Each presenter was asked to provide perspective about the role of formative assessment in the teaching and learning cycle. Summaries of those sessions are provided here.
Recognition for the MAC
"The Michigan Assessment Consortium represents a model of the kind of professional association we need in every state to promote the effective use of high-quality assessment from the classroom to the boardroom."
-Rick Stiggins Founder of the Assessment Training Institute
The mission of the MAC is to improve student learning and achievement through a system of coherent curriculum, balanced assessment, and effective instruction. We do this by collaboratively...
- Promoting assessment knowledge and practice.
- Providing professional development.
- Producing and sharing assessment tools and products.