Good, useful, and real assessment data allows teachers to differentiate effectively, plan targeted teaching, and to personalize the learning experience to create deeper and lasting understanding. But what is meaningful assessment? What is real data? What implications does this data now have for future instruction? In this three-session mini-course we will work together to consider our own practices, create a vision of “True Assessment”, consider practices for its use, and create a plan for moving forward with effective assessment practices.
Facilitator: Nadiyah Herrera has served as the second grade teacher at City Neighbors Hamilton for the past three years. She has been an educator in the Baltimore City School System for 11 years. She is a certified reading specialist and has served as a mentor teacher at City Neighbors Hamilton, a curriculum specialist for Achievement Services, worked as a Literacy Leader, and wrote Literacy curriculum for Baltimore City Schools.
Mondays, March 9, March 16, and March 23 from 4:00 - 5:15 Cost: $90.00
When & Where
City Neigbors, Hamilton Campus
5609 Sefton Ave
City Neighbors Foundation
The City Neighbors Foundation supports three public charter schools and is dedicated to the transformation of public education in Baltimore City.