How K-5 educators are using student assessments
to improve teaching and learning
Access the presentation slides here.
Wednesday, March 26 at 7:00 pm
Roosevelt School Cafeteria
Student assessments are becoming part of daily life in the classroom. But what do educators do with information about how and what students learn? And how does the application of this data impact your child’s classroom experience?
In this informative and interactive forum, Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning Margaret Adams will explain what types of data are collected, how that information is used by elementary school teachers and administrators, and why meaningful assessment data is critical to improving teaching strategies to meet students’ needs.
Following the presentation, parents will play the role of educators: they will assess student work for themselves and learn how to interpret that data to inform classroom instruction.
This forum will answer: