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We invite you to explore the agenda for our first ever Assessment for Learning Conference. You can begin building your individual schedule in person at the conference. We look forward to seeing you in San Diego!
Wednesday, February 12 • 10:40am - 12:10pm
The Triple Crown of Formative Practices: Eliciting, Interpreting and Using Evidence of Learning FILLING

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The core of formative assessment practice is that both teachers and students gain skills to elicit, interpret and use evidence as learning takes shape. What skills must shift for teachers and students to elicit, interpret and use evidence? They both learn new ways to make thinking visible, they both learn how to support new cultural conditions that focus on safety, trust and relationships that create high expectations, and they both learn strategies for metacognition and self-regulation. Participants will explore evidence practices through reflections on student work, videos of students engaging with evidence of learning with one another, and how classroom structures support the ability for teacher and students to make sense of evidence during a lesson.

Speakers
SF

Samantha Fernandez

Sunnyside Unified School District
KB

Kasie Betten

Desert View High School



Wednesday February 12, 2020 10:40am - 12:10pm
Viceroy Room

Attendees (53)