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Performance-based Assessment for the Classroom: Practices for Promoting and Measuring Student Learning

Face-to-Face Workshop or Virtual Workshop

Individual Registration Prices (5 Licensure Points + lunch at Founders Inn):

  • Regent Alumni or Current Students:  $100
  • Non-Regent Alumni or Current Students:  $175
  • Graduate Credit Workshop Option:  $235

Virtual Workshop Prices (5 Licensure Points):

  • Regent Alumni or Current Students:  $50
  • Non-Regent Alumni or Current Student:  $65

Date: November 4, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Tonya Moon, University of Virginia

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In this session, we'll explore the potential that performance-based assessments have to engage students in the application of content knowledge and skills in authentic situations. We'll look at principles for effective performance assessments and explore a framework to facilitate the planning and developing of effective assessments. We'll also examine how to develop high-quality scoring rubrics that align with performance assessments or as stand-alone rubrics that can be used with general classroom tasks.

Participants in this session will gain the following:

  • Understand where and how performance assessment and scoring rubrics fits within the Virginia standards-based system;
  • Be able to use an assessment planning framework for designing or modifying performance assessments and scoring rubrics for classroom, school or district uses;
  • Be able to use rubrics for student feedback and learning;
  • Be able to incorporate the use of scoring rubrics in student evaluation and grading.

For more information, contact the Center at martinsoncenter@regent.edu.