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Event Details: Incorporating Assessment Literacy in Teacher Education Programs

Description:

AACTE has partnered with Measured Progress to provide a series of three webinars on a new requirement in the CAEP accreditation standards: facilitating and measuring candidates' assessment literacy. This webinar series, "Developing the Assessment Literacy of Teacher Candidates" is free and available to the public.

In this second webinar, Stuart Kahl from Measured Progress will dive more deeply into the framework of assessment literacy. Participants will also hear from Susan Nolen of the University of Washington, who will describe how her program has incorporated assessment literacy and provide insights on policy, curricula, program structure, obstacles, solutions, lessons learned, and more. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of how educator preparation programs can effectively develop their students' assessment literacy.

Panelists

Stuart kahl
Stuart Kahl, Measured Progress

Susam nolen
Susan Nolen, University of Washington

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Learn more about Measured Progress, a national, not-for-profit, assessment services company and long-time advocate for assessment literacy, at www.measuredprogress.org.

Type: Classes & Workshops

Location: Online

Date & Time: From 7/29/2014 2:00 PM To 7/16/2014 3:30 PM

Website: http://aacte.org/professional-development-and-events/webinars/eventdetail/9/

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Contact Phone: 202-293-2450



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