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Carisa Corrow debunks myths and assumptions around performance assessments.
I work with teachers who are in the struggle, navigating unjust waters so that they can make little dents of positive impact. Little dents, however, are not going to move us or sustain us. We need to find the root causes of our problems for there to be real change.
Summer may be fast approaching, but it’s not time to close the book on the 2018 - 2019 school year just yet. Students aren’t the only people who’ve learned something in the classroom. The end of the year is the perfect time to reflect on lessons educators themselves have learned over the past few months, and a time for teachers to gather and pinpoint successes and challenges to better prepare for the year ahead.
The QPA Validation Checklist is quite versatile. See how educators in New Hampshire used this tool to reflect on their practice and receive feedback.
QPA's Carisa Corrow offers up a fun way to get educators thinking differently.
Carisa shares a key moment in her high school career when she learned what it truly meant to be "smart" and how testing is failing our students.
QPA's Rapid Prototyping Process helps teachers produce performance assessments when time is precious, but it can also help students and the community get in on the performance assessment design process.