Evidence-based Design of ELA Classroom Assessments
to Address College and Career Ready (CCR) ELA Standards
Tuesday, January 30, 2024
4:00 – 6:00 pm CST
Heritage and Neal (2019) posited that classroom and large-scale psychometrics, the twain, can meet. In this session, meet that pair and how they have coached teachers into designing an aligned assessment that meets the language arts rigor required in today's CCR standards and ultimately impacts their practice for student learning. Using an evidence-centered design and the essential characteristics of high-quality items, participants will learn how to analyze and ultimately write an aligned assessment that supports valid conclusions and capitalize on solid psychometric designs. Extensive use of free technology tools will be provided to help support the assessment design process.
Following this webinar, attendees will be able to:
- Examine a sequence for developing assessments for classroom use.
- Apply principles for developing and analyzing ELA assessments that are valid for classroom use.
- Create questions that reflect the depth and breadth of CCR ELA standards.
- Explore ways that teachers can use principles from psychometrics to ensure valid and reliable designs.
Continuing education/continuing professional development (CE/CPD) credits are available. See CE Sponsor approvals.
Classroom teachers and team leads, district or state administrators, measurement professionals, researchers, and graduate students
Individual registration with CE/CPD credit: $40/workshop. Click here to register.
Group registration (up to 5 individuals): $125 for group workshop viewing. Click here to register.
Questions: Dr. Jessica Jonson
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