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Part of Institute 19: Assessment in the Era of the Common Core State Standards

IRA 2013 - Institute 19 Presentation Slides

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Plenary Session 1

Assessments that Support the Goals of the Common Core State Standards, David Coleman, College Board.

Assessment & the Common Core:  Will our Tests Support or Subvert our Vision of Deeper Learning of English/Language Arts? P. David Pearson, University of California, Berkeley

Breakout Series 1:

STRAND A: STATE & DISTRICT EFFORTS

The Common Core and Universal Design for Learning: Balancing Rigor and Access for All, Lori DiGisi, Farmington (MA) Schools, Peggy Coyne, CAST

STRAND B:  PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Professional Learning Communities:  Using Student Work as Assessment Data, Pamela Mason, Harvard University

STRAND C:  TEXTS:  FEATURES, LEVELS, & USES

Wide Reading:  Why it Matters for Reaching Common Core Goals, Melanie Kuhn, Boston University

Plenary Session 2

Students with Special Needs, Assessment, and the Common Core, David Francis, University of Houston

Formative Assessments and the Common Core: Text Complexity to Task Complexity, Peter Afflerbach, University of Maryland

Breakout Series 2:

STRAND A: STATE & DISTRICT EFFORTS

Common Goals and a Common Vision: One State’s Story, Cindy Parker, KY Dept. of Education

STRAND B:  PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Supporting Teachers in Supporting Struggling Readers With Complex Texts, Victoria Risko, Vanderbilt University, Doris Walker-Dalhouse, Marquette University

STRAND C:  TEXTS:  FEATURES, LEVELS, & USES

Texts, Features, & Uses Assessing Reader-Text Match:  How Texts and Readers Interact, Heidi Anne Mesmer, Virginia Tech

PANEL DISCUSSION 2

Assessment in the Era of the Common Core: Addressing What Teachers Want to Know, Stephanie Straw, PARCC

Smarter Balanced Assessment System, Barbara Kapinus, Smarter Balanced

Plenary Session 3

Assessment and Instruction in the Era of the CCSS in English Language Arts, Karen Wixson, University of North Carolina, Greensboro

ELLs and CCSS, Kenji Hakuta, Stanford University