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High-quality assessments are an integral part of measuring and monitoring student growth and informing classroom instruction. Arts educators are often left on their own to develop assessments and identify student growth measures, often without adequate background in assessment design and implementation.
Our Arts Assessment Professional Development workshop will help educators develop skills in developing, reviewing, and selecting high-quality assessments. Sessions will focus on foundations of assessment literacy, quality assessment design and an understanding of why these are important to instruction and student learning.
The workshop will focus on these topics:
- How to prioritize fine arts standards
- Deconstruction of standards
- Aligning assessments with standards
- Principles of Webb's Depth of Knowledge
- Arts assessment blueprints - plan of action and creating assessments
- Sharing with & learning from colleagues
- Assessment resources on the OAAC website
OAAC Arts Assessment Workshop: Wooster
Date: June 3, 2017
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Location: Tri-County ESC, 741 Winkler Dr. Wooster, OH 44691
Cost: $85 (includes lunch)
Schools/Districts with 10 or more participants are eligible for a 15% registration discount. Contact OAAE for details.
All participants will receive a certificate with hours of participation.
The Ohio Alliance for Arts Education is hosting a series of regional workshops to help local educators develop arts assessments. These workshops will be based on the work done by the Ohio Arts Assessment Collaborative (OAAC). Workshops will be held in Kettering (Jan. 21), Athens (Jan. 28), Wooster and Columbus (both on Jun. 3).
If you are interested in attending the workshop, but can't make it to these dates or locations, consider scheduling a workshop for your district with one of the OAAC's PD providers.
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Ohio Alliance for Arts Education
The Ohio Alliance for Arts Education works to ensure all Ohio children have access to quality arts education through advocacy efforts supporting high quality arts instruction in K-12 schools, and community based programming.