What's New at AAC?

First session:

Ready-to-Go Performance Tasks for Assessment

Jan 23, 4:00 - 5:00 pm MT

Take a guided tour of our performance tasks based upon the new curriculum outcomes. Use these tasks as an assessment tool in your classroom!


Next session:

Maximizing Exercise for Regulation, Self-Assessment, and Success Beyond the Gym

December 14, 2023, 4-6pm MT 

New sessions have been added for January! 

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Need help with the new curriculum? This session will help you develop criteria for your students. Register here https://events.aac.ab.ca/register/?id=9
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Assessment Talking Points

New Curriculum Performance Tasks

New Math Curriculum Performance Tasks The Amazing Number Fair Kindergarten students demonstrate their number sense at the number fair Click here to access task Mr. Wheelie’s Toy Factory Grade 1 students work at a toy factory and use 16 wheels to build bicycles and tricycles Click here to access task The T-Shirt Order Grade 2

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Especially for Teachers and Leaders

Why are we still talking about formative assessment?

Sherry Bennett: Reflections after Two Decades of Learning with AAC My first encounter with the Alberta Assessment Consortium was in 1999, when Robert Hogg, new to his role as AAC Executive Director, invited me to join the AAC summer development workshop. Through many conversations about this thing called ‘assessment for learning’, I gained insights about

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