Making assessments visible in the early years
With Jessica Vance
How do we assess our earliest learners while maintaining agency and a sense of play? Join Jessica Vance to explore how your personal beliefs about assessments can be used as provocation in making learning visible in your PYP classroom. Uncover how thinking routines create practical opportunities to bring inquiry to life.
Developing self-assessors in single subjects
With Levi Allison
Single subject educators work with hundreds of students throughout multiple years of their journey within PYP and have a unique opportunity to see the development of skills over time. Join Levi Allison, as he shares his work as a music teacher and how he supports his students’ journey from self-assessing to self-adjusting.
Designing student-centered assessment
With Trevor MacKenzie
Join Trevor MacKenzie to explore ways to co-design and co-construct assessment tools, frameworks, and experiences with our students. Discover strategies to create assessment capable learners who can self-assess with clarity, competence, and confidence!
Designing success criteria: The key to powerful assessments
With Cindy Blackburn
Creating clear success criteria before a unit begins provides clarity on what students will know, understand, and be able to do. It leads to stronger assessment, goal setting, and teaching in the classroom. Join Cindy Blackburn as she models a 3-step process that will help ground you in your curriculum and become more intentional in your practice.