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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
Best. PD. Ever! Calibration, PLCs, and how performance assessment can transform professional learning. FILLING

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PD for teachers is too often comprised of a one-time “expert” coming in from outside to “teach” something new to staff. Teachers are often not provided with the ongoing time, support, and feedback to make it meaningful and embedded. The true experts, the teachers, reside right within the school. This session will focus on developing structures and processes that allow all staff to engage in ongoing and embedded professional development (like deepening assessment literacy, inter-rater reliability) within their collaborative teams. Participants in this session will engage in calibration with real student work to better understand the structures and processes necessary to bring PD to the next level.

Speakers
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Jonathan Vander Els

Director, New Hampshire Learning Initiative
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Jennifer Manning

Teacher, NHLI : Sanborn Regional School District
Jennifer Manning has been an elementary school teacher since 2002; she has worked as a classroom teacher, special education teacher and case manager. She is currently a Kindergarten Teacher in the Sanborn School District. She earned her Bachelors in Elementary Education and Special... Read More →
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Graeme Crowther

Secondary Mathematics Educator
Graeme Crowther has been an secondary math educator since 2010; he has taught all secondary math courses since entering education after a prior background in retail management. He is currently working at Concord High School in Concord, NH. He earned his Bachelors in Kinesiology from... Read More →



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

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