AAC Professional Learning
In this timely and thoughtful call to action, author and educator Starr Sackstein examines the critical intersection between assessment and social and emotional learning (SEL). The book addresses five SEL competencies—self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision making—and explains how teaching students to develop their abilities in these areas can help them improve their learning and assessment experiences.
Book study participants will discover how these concepts connect to their own work.
Learn something new each session to try with students and share with colleagues.
Asynchronous learning option available for these sessions!
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Starts September 28, 2021
- Reporting Student Learning
- Fostering Student Agency in Classroom Assessment
- Creating Authentic Assessments
- Instructional Design Frameworks
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The AAC Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of
as the new AAC Executive Director, effective July 1, 2020.
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
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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
Pat Lore: Reflections at the End of a 9-Year Secondment Have you ever felt like you were in a relationship that just wasn’t working as well as you wanted it to? That wasn’t helping you live your best life? I have, and that relationship is with assessment. I’m closing in on the end of my