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Meeting the Challenges of Classroom Assessments Today

By: Nicole M. Dimich, Cassandra Erkens, Tom Schimmer, Katie White

Join us for a webinar that explores how assessment practices empower the whole child and the whole educator. Cassandra Erkens, Tom Schimmer, Katie White, and Nicole M. Dimich will engage in a lively discussion about feedback, grading, assessment design, and multitiered systems of support in the midst and aftermath of dual pandemics. Assessment at its best can build relationships and inspire hope and efficacy.

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Time: 12:00 p.m. EDT

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Meeting the Challenges of Classroom Assessments Today

Are you interested in learning more about powering up your assessment practices? Join the four authors and presenters of the Achieve Institute for a 1-hour webinar to explore the topics and practices that will be highlighted at the August 16–18, 2021, event. This webinar will offer a preview of what’s to come as well as provide practical insights and practices on what educators can do today to foster hope, efficacy, and achievement.

The last year has challenged our schools and disrupted teaching and learning as we moved between in-person and remote instruction. As we look toward the future, it’s time to capitalize on the moment and transform assessment practices to foster hope, efficacy, and achievement. Join us for a webinar that explores how assessment practices empower the whole child and the whole educator. Cassandra Erkens, Tom Schimmer, Katie White, and Nicole M. Dimich will engage in a lively discussion about feedback, grading, assessment design, and multitiered systems of support in the midst and aftermath of dual pandemics. Assessment at its best can build relationships and inspire hope and efficacy. Our profession needs this now more than ever—for our students and our educators.


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Product Code: EWP173

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