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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
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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
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Attention K -4 Teachers and Leaders! Confident, Healthy and Hopeful: Assessment to Support Our Youngest Learners Katie White Assessment decisions that teachers make every day have a profound impact on our students, and this is especially true for our youngest learners. Katie White will share her experience with integrating learner centered assessment practices within new
Curriculum and assessment are inseparable. While it’s true that assessment must be an accurate reflection of the curriculum, it’s also true that curriculum must be written in such a manner as to support effective assessment practice. AAC invites you to consider 3 key things when looking at the new curriculum ‘through the lens of assessment’.