Assessment Learning Network, 2016-17 – Event 3, Event Page
Contemporary curriculum design involves multiple facets.
Self-assessment survey for team, building, or central office leader about assessment knowledge and practice.
This is the seminal article that started the focus on formative assessment, demonstrating the power and promise of the use of such practices.
This ALN Learning Point describes some key characteristics you should know when selecting interim assessments. Be sure to check out the helpful companion chart: "Purposes for and Essential Characteristics of Interim Assessment"
What assessment-related concepts and procedures do educators—and others who care about student learning—need to understand in order to be considered “assessment literate?”
James Pellegrino shares what people seem to know and have learned about science.
People, depending on the use, define educational assessment in a number of ways. James Pellegrino explains how this leads to confusion about the real meaning of assessment.
Jim Gullen emphasizes it is not only important to look at students meeting objectives, but to also look at how they meet objectives.
Margaret Heritage defines formative assessment.
Margaret Heritage explains the connections between the use of Assessment for Learning and formative assessment and the use of Assessment of Learning and summative assessment.
Marianne Perie describes interim assessments.