What Is the Best Way to Measure Student Learning and Growth?
Patrick Riccards, Darren Burris, David Young, Kelly Stidham, Jason Mendenhall
Summative assessment, formative assessment, mastery, individual growth, what is the best way to measure student progress?
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June 10, 2014
David Young is assistant superintendent in Boyle County Schools, in south central Kentucky. He was a teacher for 7 years, a principal for 4 years, and has been in his current role for 5 years. Kelly Stidham has been learning math alongside students for a decade. Also a coach at the building, regional, and state level, she now serves as an effectiveness coach supporting LDC, MDC, and teacher growth for the Kentucky Department of Education. Jason Mendenhall is the Vice President of Publishing at Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA); previously a secondary and post-secondary educator. Patrick Riccards has been a communications and policy expert for 20 years. Darren Burris is a member of his state’s model curriculum development team.
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