Ohio Performance Assessment Pilot Project (OPAPP)
OPAPP is a Race to the Top (RttT) funded program which is piloting performance-based assessments in Ohio as well as defining the nature and implementation of the tasks to be used as statewide test instruments. OPAPP participants include English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and Career-Technical Pathways teachers in grades 3 through 12. For more information about OPAPP, click here.
Professional Learning Opportunity
Because of what we learned from the pilot, we are providing EVERYONE with the opportunity to learn what the participants in the pilot project learned through FREE professional learning around the state. The commitment is for three days. The professional learning is a result of three years of piloting with real classroom teachers and is geared to providing teachers with information, time to work, time to collaborate and time to learn. The three-day workshop provides several large chunks of work time interspersed with hands-on, fun activities to help teachers write performance tasks. As a result of participating in this workshop, you will leave with a lesson that you can use in your classroom.
To sign up for one of these sessions, please log in to your safe account and register in STARS. Search Keywords: Performance-Based Assessment, Task Writing, or Performance Task.
Dates and Locations:
Lake Erie College: 5/6, cancelled: 5/7, 5/12
Cuyahoga County ESC: 5/19, 5/22, 5/26
Sidney City Schools: 6/8, 6/9, 6/10
R.G. Drage Career Center: 6/15, 6/18, 622
NOTE: When a location is full, you may still register to be put on the waiting list in case there is a cancellation.
OPAPP Video Newsletters outline what OPAPP is doing and how participants are engaged in the pilot.
Learning Task Examples
Now you can see some examples of Learning Tasks into a demo account on iLearn Ohio. (User name: dteacher, password: opapp2014) Click on the "classroom" tab to see OPAPP materials.) Once there, click on the word opapp and you will see the student tasks and teacher guides for several learning tasks for high school and elementary school.
Last Modified: 5/7/2015 7:33:41 AM