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Assessing Three-Dimensional Learning Workshop

Assessing Three-Dimensional Learning Workshop

July 24, 2019
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Room 3010, Moscone Center West
747 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

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Workshop Only
Earlybird: $200 member | $275 nonmember
Full Rate: $275 member | $350 nonmember

Workshop + Conference
Earlybird: $300 member | $375 nonmember
Full Rate: $375 member | $450 nonmember

Earlybird deadline is May 13, 2019.

Three-dimensional teaching and learning poses both new challenges and new opportunities in assessment. In this workshop, participants focus on how to address the challenges and take advantage of the opportunities. They learn to examine student models for evidence of three-dimensional learning. They also learn criteria they can use to evaluate the quality of assessment tasks and analyze tasks in an effort to improve their quality.

Participants receive The NSTA Quick-Reference Guide to the NGSS, K–12, edited by Ted Willard

Workshop Objectives

  • Construct an explanation of the key feature of assessing three-dimensional learning
  • Analyze assessment tasks to determine whether they are likely to elicit evidence of three-dimensional learning
  • Evaluate student artifacts for evidence of three-dimensional learning
  • Modify assessment tasks to better assess three-dimensional learning based on criteria for evaluating the quality of the tasks
Presenters

Ted Willard
Ted Willard is Associate Executive Director of Science Standards for the National Science Teachers Association. In this role, he supports implementation of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and three-dimensional learning more broadly by creating resources such as web seminars, conference sessions, workshops, books, and journal articles. In addition, he edited NSTA's Quick-Reference Guide to the NGSS and oversees the content of the NGSS@NSTA Hub, a website that offers dynamic browsing and searching of the NGSS, tools to support curriculum planning and professional learning, and classroom resources focused on the standards.

Zoe Evans
Zoe Evans is the principal of Bowdon High School in Bowdon, Georgia.  Before becoming an administrator in 2012, she served as a middle grades science teacher for nineteen years in both Florida and Georgia.  Mrs. Evans is a National Board Certified teacher in early adolescent science and a Georgia Master Teacher.  She is the 2005 Georgia recipient of the Presidential Award of Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.  Mrs. Evans served as a member of the writing team for the Next Generation Science Education Standards and has collaborated on many projects including the NGSS EQuIP Professional Learning Facilitator's Guide, NGSS Example Bundles, and NGSS Evidence Statements.  Zoe also serves as an EQuIP Rubric Facilitator and is a member of the NSTA Professional Learning Cadre.      
 



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