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Friday, March 6 • 9:00am - 10:45am
Health in Our Hands: Using 3-D Formative Assessments to Inform Student Learning and Support Teachers’ 3-D Practices

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Come explore, experience and discuss embedded three-dimensional formative assessment tasks aligned with the middle school science unit “What Controls My Health?”. In this unit, students learn about the disciplinary core idea of gene-environment interaction and its effect on human health through the phenomenon of Type-2-diabetes. In our workshop, teachers will experience one of the lessons and associated assessment tasks in the unit as learners. Then together we’ll take a deep-dive into the process by which these tasks were created and how teachers might use the tasks, accompanying rubrics, and teachers’ own expertise to inform their teaching to support student learning.

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Ashley Booker

Instructor, Atherton Jr/Sr High School
Middle school science instructor at Atherton Jr/Sr High in Burton, MI. Doctoral student at the University of Michigan-Flint. My background is as a science researcher who fell in love with the classroom. I really enjoy designing and working with a curriculum that is active and engaging... Read More →

Consuelo Morales

Research Associate, Michigan State University, CREATE for STEM
Consuelo Morales is a Research Associate with the CREATE for STEM Institute working on modeling and assessment projects. With a background in biological sciences. she has 9+ years’ experience working in secondary science education at the middle school, high school, and university... Read More →

Friday March 6, 2020 9:00am - 10:45am CST
Governor's Room