Making them REAL and PRACTICAL for your K-5 classroom!
Is our goal as educators for students to know information just long enough to score well on a test, or is the goal for students to learn lessons for life? We should be teaching our students life-long skills they can use and draw upon when needed. This involves real-world, authentic learning and assessment. The Southern Indiana Education Center is here to help ALL K-5 teachers through the process of learning performance-based assessment strategies and application. Julie Monetta, SIEC Director of Educator Support, and DeAnne Taggart, Director of Professional Learning, are joining together to facilitate this day packed full of strategies and support. Participants can expect to learn:
- the definition of performance-based (vs. Project-based and problem-based).
- the types and advantages.
- how to successfully teach and integrate.
- how to successfully evaluate.
- how to make authentic performance-based assessments.
Additionally, Julie Monetta or DeAnne Taggart will follow-up for one visit to your classroom to observe and offer guidance during the performance-based process and application. Participants will also receive their own copy of Performance-Based Assessment for 21st Century Skills by Todd Stanley.
Interested and wanting to learn more? Register today for this workshop taking place on November 16, 2017 at the Southern Indiana Education Center.
Thursday, Nov. 16th, 9am-3pm
Southern Indiana Education Center 1102 Tree Lane Drive, Jasper, IN 47546
*All times are Eastern time zone.
*Lunch is included in the registration for both days.
*Each participant will receive a certificate for 8 Professional Growth Points after the required classroom visit.
*All participants should bring a laptop to use during the session.
*Registration fee is $110 per person for ESC members ($154 nonmembers)
*See registration link below.