Assessment Learning Network Resources

Browse our Learning Points, keynote presentations, videos, and more.


Helping Michigan to Become the State of Assessment Literacy – Susan Brookhart

Assessment Learning Network, 2016-17 – Event 3, Event Page

How might collaboration create a state of assessment literacy?

This Learning Point describes how the Assessment Learning Network can promote collaboration on assessment learning.

How to Design a 21st Century Assessment

Contemporary curriculum design involves multiple facets.

Individual Leadership Action Tool

Self-assessment survey for team, building, or central office leader about assessment knowledge and practice.

Inside the Black Box – Raising Standards Through Classroom Assessment by Paul Black and Dylan William

This is the seminal article that started the focus on formative assessment, demonstrating the power and promise of the use of such practices.

Interim Assessment: What are some key characteristics?

Learn about some key characteristics you should know when selecting interim assessments. Also see "Learning Resource: Purposes for and Essential Characteristics of Interim Assessment".

Interview Question 1 – James Popham- November 1, 2018

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?”

Interview Question 1 – Jill Willis- April 12, 2019

How do you define teacher assessment Capability? What are its important characteristics?

Interview Question 1 – Margaret Heritage and Tanya Wright- May 21, 2019

What is a comprehensive assessment system for literacy in the early grades?

Interview Question 1 – Stuart Kahl- January 30, 2019

How would you define “performance assessment?”

Interview Question 1–James Pellegrino (10/10/17)

James Pellegrino shares what people seem to know and  have learned about science.

Interview Question 1–James Pellegrino (12/16/16)

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.