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UW-Green BayEducation Outreach

0007D - Developing and Using Common Assessments for Student Learning

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Course Description:

This class will focus on appropriate assessments and will help you to understand that assessment is a day to day journey that can significantly improve instruction and learning in the classroom. You will learn why common assessments are a necessary part of education and how to analyze these assessments to implement systematic change. You will develop a quality assessment that is valid, reliable, and can function as an instrument for improvement!

Two books are required for all participants in this class. You will be contacted with more information about the books following the course registration deadline.

~Offered in partnership with the Plymouth School District
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Comments from Course Participants:

"I feel that I am more competent in creating well balanced tests that accurately reflect what was taught."

"The course has helped me to write better assessments. This helps me better adjust my teaching to fit the needs of my students."

One Graduate Credit ($325)
  • Course Number: ED & HUD 795-9, section 7409, (#0007D)

  • Prerequisite: Graduate Standing (Must have earned a bachelor’s degree)

  • Schedule: Tuesdays, September 25; October 2; October 16; October 30; and November 13, 2012 (4:00-7:00 p.m.)

  • Teacher Standards # 2, 3, 4, 7, 8

Location of Course: Plymouth - Plymouth School District


Course Instructor(s): Dan Mella - Instructor Bio
                                        Darren Munson - Instructor Bio

Registration Deadline: 9/17/2012

Syllabus Link: Click here for PDF of course syllabus

 

To Register For This Course:

Click the Register Online link or contact Mary Ann in the UW-Green Bay Education Outreach Office at (920) 465-2480 or toll-free at 800-621-2313. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 7:45 AM-4:30 PM. Or, please email your request to us at educationoutreach@uwgb.edu.

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