Michigan Assessment Consortium

Assessment Literacy: Using Assessment Information to Make Sound Decisions

Published on May 14, 2014

Assessment underpins every decision that is made in a classroom regarding student learning.  This requires that the classroom teacher knows how to collect and interpret quality data, from daily classroom assessment to yearly-standardized tests, in order to make sound decisions about student learning.  Carol Commodore will address:

  1. Address the importance of acquiring assessment literacy 
  2. Give an overview of systemic processes that are needed to support educators in their pursuit of quality assessment practices
  3. Reference appropriate use of current technology that supports making good use of assessment information
  4.  Specify essential capabilities that leaders need to have to support the teachers in their assessment learning and implementation practices.

This Video Conference is co-sponsored by TRIG and MI Assessment Consortium


Michigan Assessment Consortium

Technology Readiness Infrastructure Grant



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