Multiple Measures Done Right: The 7 Principles of Coherent Assessment Systems
Now more than ever, education leaders are being asked to develop assessment systems that support a huge variety of needs—student learning, system accountability, program evaluation and more—while providing the most value in the least amount of time. To meet this challenge, there are several principles that can guide administrators in creating the most effective assessment systems that meet their district’s needs.
Attend this web seminar to learn about these keys to creating coherent assessment systems, from NWEA vice president of education research John Cronin.
Topics will include:
- The seven foundational principles for creating a coherent assessment system that meets the needs of all stakeholders—while keeping students at the center
- Practical action steps to put these powerful principles into practice
- The definition of what coherent and effective assessment systems look like
Vice President of Education Research
Who will benefit: District and building administrators interested in assessments, technology or education policy. Anyone may attend.