Katie White

Katie White

Katie White is coordinator of learning for the North East School Division in Canada. With more than 20 years in education, she has been an administrator, a learning coach, and a classroom teacher.

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Katie White

Katie White is coordinator of learning for the North East School Division in Saskatchewan, Canada. With more than 20 years in education, she has been an administrator, a learning coach, and a K–12 classroom teacher.

Katie was an integral part of her school division’s multiyear journey through renewed curricula and standards-based assessment and reporting. She helps develop and utilize strong assessment and grading practices that support teaching and learning in classrooms. Her focus is on helping educators develop a personalized understanding of the connections between curriculum, assessment, and instruction.

In 2013, Katie consulted with the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation to develop the assessment and instructional support document Archery in Saskatchewan Schools. She has also helped develop multiple supports for facilitators of school-based professional learning.

She received a bachelor of education and master of education in curriculum studies from the University of Saskatchewan.

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Presentation titles by Katie White

  • How Changing One Thing Changes Everything: Clarifying a Learning Continuum
  • A District’s Journey Into Standards-Based Learning, Assessment, and Reporting
  • Inviting Student Growth Through Self-Assessment
  • Formative Assessment in a Standards-Based World
  • Making Connections: Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
  • Yesterday or Tomorrow? A Look at Assessment for Learning
  • Making Rubrics Matter
  • Method to Our Madness: Linking the Hows and Whats of Assessment
  • Using Assessment to Explore Thinking
  • Making Assessment Matter: Refining Everyday Assessment
  • Softening the Edges: Assessment and the Whole Child