Rethinking Interim Assessments
Purpose, Quality, and Instruction
Principals and teachers want to ensure any assessments students take are actually useful for guiding instruction.
But what, exactly, does a quality assessment look like?
Join us for a free exploration of what makes a high quality math assessment. We’ll rethink and clarify the purpose, features, and instructional impact of formative interim assessments.
A practical, discussion-based learning experience
With a group of your peers, we’ll dig deeply into the criteria for quality math assessments from Achieve, CCSSO, the AET, and feedback from Student Achievement Partners.
- You’ll understand what quality looks like on actual assessment items.
- You’ll know how to implement the right kinds of assessments in your classroom or school that will help you meet your students’ needs.
- You’ll collaborate with other schools about your specific pain points when it comes to assessments and instruction.
Presented by Timothy Suba
Timothy Suba is the director of new partnerships at ANet. He’s a former ANet coach and was a middle and high school math teacher and school leader for nine years.
Wednesday, February 22
Asian Americans Advancing Justice
1145 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90017
Dinner will be provided!