ALN - Performance Assessment – Jan 30, 2020 – MSU UClub

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Assessment Learning Network, 2019-20

Thursday, January 30, 2020 - Balancing Michigan’s Assessment System through Performance Assessment

9:30 am - 3:00 pm

University Club, Lansing, MI [MAP]

Facilitated discussion among Michigan educators
Discussant: Andy Middlestead, Office of Educational Assessment and Accountability, MDE

This session will invite participants to imagine a process by which Michigan educators could implement a more balanced approach to assessment and give every district access to high-quality interim/benchmark assessment tools that measure the state’s content standards in a cost-effective manner. Presenters will describe how, by working in concert, assessment and subject matter experts, policy leaders, and local districts could create interim/benchmark performance assessments—in all subjects and grade levels—that teachers could embed periodically in instruction. Presenters will also explore how educators could take advantage of a cost-effective, virtual scoring system for such assessments using tools such as the already-created Michigan Collaborative Scoring System (MI-CSS), powered by OSCAR Classroom. This online tool promotes teacher collaboration in scoring student work, helping teachers to better understand what high-quality student work looks like, and how to use performance assessment to assess the deeper learning that results in student achievement.

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