Developing an Assessment Toolkit - Presentation

Developing an Assessment Toolkit - Presentation

With Michael Leatch, Director of Student Services, Crescent School (ON)

Every Lower School could use a psychometrically sound assessment protocol that is quick to administer, uncomplicated to score, and yields information that is easily interpreted for decision making. Participants will develop an understanding that will allow for the design of an assessment toolkit that supports this crucial need. Participants will receive an introduction to various measures, learn how to incorporate this information into an assessment vision, and be provided with information regarding the pursuit of further practical training.

 



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