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The Power of Learning Targets:
Transform Learning in the Classroom


What does it look like when balanced assessment is implemented effectively in the classroom? What are the student learning results? How did learning targets drive this transformation? Join us for this two-day session to see how two Kentucky teachers have transformed their classroom using the Classroom Assessment for Student Learning model for balanced assessment.

Experiences in this workshop

  • Teacher Leaders who have been working to effectively implement balanced assessment into their classrooms for the past five years will share how using learning targets has changed the use of assessments as part of daily instruction
  • Resources and techniques for developing assessment tools (both formative and summative)will be shared, along with sample assessments and student work
  • Discussion of methods for providing feedback and helping students self-assess
  • Discussion of how these practices support the expectations of Senate Bill 1

Target Audience

Those who have already participated in the 2009 KDE roll-out for Leading Professional Development focusing on the Classroom Assessment for Student Learning resource; teacher leaders, administrators, higher education faculty

Available Sessions

July 8-9, 2010
Ken Mattingly & Stephanie Harmon,
Rockcastle County Schools

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Includes morning refreshments and lunch each day, meeting space, facilitator fees, administrative support, and all training materials.

For More Information

For more information on the program, please contact:
Kim Zeidler-Watters, Director

For more information regarding registration and payments, please contact:
Jessica Dutzy, Conference Coordinator

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