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Friday, March 6 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
We Love to Hate Assessments - Let's Do Something About It!

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Too often, science assessments are simply not worth students' or teachers time--at best, they are a nuisance to get past as painlessly as possible; at worst, they actively discourage interest and engagement in science. Three-dimensional science standards, like those in Michigan, provide an opportunity to reclaim assessments as empowering, supportive opportunities that measure what matters while building students up--all while aligning to state standards. In this session, we will discuss features of high-quality three-dimensional assessments, and explore strategies for developing these assessments in our own classrooms.

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Aneesha Badrinarayan

Learning Policy Institute
Having started her career as a neuroscientist, Aneesha Badrinarayan has made it her job to understand learning—from cells and circuits to people and systems. Currently, she serves as senior advisor at the Learning Policy Institute. Previously, she was the director for Special Projects... Read More →


Friday March 6, 2020 2:00pm - 2:45pm
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