Webinar: From Assessment of Learning to Assessment as Learning
How can we make formative assessment and differentiation manageable and sustainable?
Now, more than ever, we should support our teachers and students in transforming the way we assess. We have learned to use many new tools and strategies in the last 2 years by necessity. These tools and strategies can help us design student-centered assessments capable of driving responsive instruction and differentiation.
Join us for this live webinar on November 16th aimed at:
- helping you define your formative assessment and differentiation growth areas,
- exploring systems and strategies to shift mindsets and practices around assessments,
- and building a plan of action to bring back to your school.
- Learn how to make the shift from assessment OF learning to assessment AS learning.
- What gets unlocked when we make assessments more student-centered?
- Identifying 5 competencies to hone towards formative assessment and differentiation.
- Using data to transition from awareness to action.
- Understanding how the skills gained by teachers and students in the past 2 years are conducive to formative assessment and differentiation becoming more manageable and sustainable.
Meet the Presenter
Romain Bertrand is known for his work as an innovative personalized learning leader, blogger, consultant, coach and practitioner. During his 20 years in education he led numerous education innovations including innovative coaching models as well as blended and personalized learning programs.
He pioneered Charlotte-Mecklenburg's math blended learning curriculum and was integral to the development of their Multi-Classroom Leader model of PLC leadership. Romain has supported hundreds of teachers and in-school coaches across the US to use personalized learning as a tool for equity. He’s presented at numerous conferences including the National Conference of School Superintendents, ISTE and iNACOL.
Romain is a well known blogger and presenter and has written numerous articles for EdSurge, Education Next and BetterLesson. He currently serves as the Director of Solution Design for BetterLesson where he supports districts and school leaders in designing innovative and personalized approaches to Professional Development.