Virtual School Meanderings

November 21, 2020

Educators: Take Your Assessment Game To The Next Level

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 7:34 pm
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An item related to the up-coming ISTE conference.

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Customize your ISTE20 Live experience to focus on areas where you could use some support, like assessing online learning.   

The move to online learning means the ways you check for understanding, ensure students are working independently and measure learning have changed dramatically. Are you up to speed?

Boost your confidence and skill set in assessing online learning at ISTE20 Live, Nov. 29-Dec. 5. This conference, unlike any virtual conference you’ve experienced so far, will take place on a custom-built interactive platform and empower you with just-in-time strategies to meet the current learning environment.

Check out these key sessions on online assessment:

Hooker_v2 In Strategies for Assessing Students, Carl Hooker will explore how to go beyond multiple-choice tests to assess remote learning.
Janet Joan Ursela_v1 In Using Nearpod to Assess and Adjust, Ursula Martin, along with Joan Gore and Janet Corder, will dive into quick and engaging ways to use Nearpod to assess students in real time.
Cindy Anthony_v1 And in Assessment for Success! Assessment Tools for K-12 Creative Projects, Cindy Herren and Anthony Stirpe will help teachers rethink assessments and their intended outcomes, with an eye on equity.

And assessment is just one of 37+ critical topics covered in ISTE20 Live content!


Now that you’ve got a sense of the interactive content you’ll experience, be sure to save your seat. P.S. ISTE20 Live content is available for six months, so you can take a deep dive into more than three dozen topics (via 600+ sessions) at your own pace!


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