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Vermont’s system of support presumes that all educators come from different places and learn in different ways, and that the most powerful learning happens in collaboration.
What does a performance assessment look like, and just how do you design one? Check out these six posters that give you a rare look at the thought process behind quality performance assessment design.
We need to rise up and work with legislators, state education departments, boards, and other policymakers for a radically new vision of education accountability, with teachers at the forefront of creating assessments that promote the deeper learning we want for all our children.
Gary Chapin busts some common myths surrounding rubric design.
Research intern Zack Tseng takes a critical look at how pen and paper tests can breed cheating habits, and how competency-based performance assessments might just be the remedy.
Over these five years, we've deepened our understanding of what is necessary for the successful implementation of performance assessment and QPA systems.
Study the research, resources, and guidelines for each of these micro-credentials. Practice what you learn. Share what you are learning with your colleagues. Submit evidence of your success. Expect to be amazed by what you learn and the impact it will have on your students.