Hey Leaders! Do you know how important your work is?
Seriously! It’s true.
In a review of the research, Leithwood, Louis, Anderson and Wahlstrom (2004) determined that “…leadership not only matters: it is second only to teaching among school-related factors in its impact on student learning…”
With the new TQS and LQS officially in place, AAC has a fabulous new resource to support you as leaders in having important conversations about – what else but classroom assessment, of course!
This new resource has been developed especially for busy school leaders – like you! This resource:
- is based on 32 AAC videos that show real teachers and real students engaged in effective classroom assessment – in real schools – like yours.
- contains background information to help you lead conversations about assessment with your staff.
- provides a suggested framework for creating a school-based assessment team – a bonus to help broaden the conversation about assessment within your school.
Now that the first round of reporting and conferencing has finished, this is a perfect time to reflect on any assessment questions that were raised throughout that process.
Yes, you can be an instructional leader in assessment! And the reason that matters, is so that we can reach all the students under our care – even the ones who seem difficult to reach.
Check it out! This work was funded through a development contract with the Alberta Teachers’ Association to support implementation of the TQS and the LQS. It’s available to everyone!
Want more information? Contact us email@example.com and we can help with ideas on how to make the most of this resource.