Formative Assessment in the Math Classroom
This course will focus on learning about and supporting the implementation of assessment practices in the mathematics classroom, particularly formative assessment practices that promote student ownership of learning through the sharing of learning goals and monitoring progress towards goals through peer and self-assessment. We will be using resources developed by Cheryl Rose Tobey, Susan Creighton, and Emily Fagan, from the Educational Development Center (EDC).
- Knowledge of key research findings about formative and interim assessment practices in mathematics
- Numerous, ready-to-use tools and resources for learning about and supporting the implementation of formative assessment practices in the mathematics classroom
- Understanding of the connection between these practices and other state initiatives
- Build collegial relationships among mathematics teachers within a learning community
4 Face-to-face sessions: Each session is 1 day (6.5 contact hours per session) in length with time in between to practice and reflect.
~The remaining 3 session dates TBD.~
Cost (without credits):
-$400 for School Improvement Members
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-$650 for All Others
Cost includes all 4 sessions, breakfast, lunch, and materials
This course will be available for 1 or 2 credits for $175 per credit through Edgewood College.
Additional assignment is required.
We are unable to issue refunds for cancellation after 10/8/16. CESA 5 reserves the right to cancel any event. Registered participants will be notified via email if a cancellation occurs and will receive a full refund. Inclement weather policy: This event will not be cancelled due to weather conditions. This cancellation policy replaces the CESA 5 standard cancellation policy, stated below.