October 12th at 4 pm CST
By structuring assessments so that they focus more on student questions, educators can move from simply checking for learning to designing for genuine student learning. This concept combined with “desirable difficulties” and the power of authentic assessment offers educators strategies and conceptual tools to empower students to be great learners in the classroom and in the real world. Teaching Channel has partnered with UMass Global to discuss assessment and design best practices to implement in today’s classroom.
In this webinar you will:
Professor Dr. Kimberly Greene teaches online for University of Massachusetts Global’s School of Education. She served as an instructional designer throughout UMass Global’s transition to blended learning and then as the founding director for the Center for Instructional Innovation (CII). Her Ed.D. in Educational Technology from Pepperdine University put her at the forefront of the international movement to integrate technology into the educational process.
Keely Keller is the Director of Professional Programs for Learners Edge. Prior to joining Learners Edge, Keely served students with special needs and subsequently served as a Special Education Coordinator in a suburban Minnesota school district. Ms. Keller launched the program and is responsible for the Cultivate curriculum development, synchronous sessions, and program evaluation.
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Improving Formative Assessment Practices with Technology
Boost your formative assessment routine with accessible digital tools. You’ll clarify your approach to daily assessment with 3 key questions-- Where are students going? Where are they now? What are the next steps in learning?-- and use innovative technology to make learning progress visible. With easy tech substitutions, you can collect data more efficiently, empower students to reflect on their own progress, and improve peer feedback pathways.