How to Design and Select Quality Assessments
Teachers and building/district leaders who are implementing the Ohio Teacher Evaluation System this year will benefit from training and support related to selecting, developing and using assessments that can measure student growth. The Ohio Department of Education, in conjunction with Battelle for Kids, is offering this support through activities aimed at helping participants enhance their “assessment literacy” skills.
Assistance from an assessment literacy specialist
Those who participate in the one-day assessment literacy training are eligible for professional development and technical assistance from an assessment literacy specialist assigned to their region. These specialists can offer varied tools to facilitate the effective, meaningful design and implementation of assessments in classrooms.
Start with a one-day training program in assessment literacy
District and building teams should select a one-day training from the nearly 100 sessions that that are offered regionally throughout this school year.
Registration is open for sessions offered this fall through your SAFE account by accessing STARS. Search for dates in your area using keywords: assessment literacy. Educational service centers will host most of the trainings. More dates will be added throughout the year.
State Coordinator – Tom Musgrave
Northwest – Shannon Pence
Northeast – Tom Rounds
Southeast – Holly Lavender
Southwest – Liz Wolfe-Eberly
Central – Cathryn Everidge-Shaw
Online assessment learning support modules
Battelle for Kids will be offering online learning modules on assessment literacy later this year.
Last Modified: 11/8/2013 10:38:37 AM