The District Assessment Procurement Protocol (DAPP) is designed to support school district leaders as they select high-quality assessment products that serve the specific information needs of their district. The tool […]
This report for the Montana Office of Public Instruction outlines the framework for state assessments and informs the process of transitioning to a next-generation assessment system. Specifically, this report describes […]
This research synthesis is intended to provide the research background for the content and design of the Educator Assessment Literacy Professional Learning Screening Tool.
RILS: Leveraging Assessment to Support Teaching and Learning Strand, August 18, 2020
The purpose of this symposium was to explore a needs-based assessment model approach to identify, support, and sustain the development of K-12 educators’ assessment literacy capacities in ways that are […]
Educational assessments are powerful tools for guiding and informing teaching, learning, and school and district improvement. They are one of the multiple measures policymakers can use to improve the performance […]
This presentation was delivered at RILS 2020 during a strand focused on how we can leverage assessment to support teaching and learning.
This presentation illustrates how the Center for Assessment uses Lave and Wenger’s (1991) concept of “legitimate peripheral participation” in our work to improve assessment literacy at scale.
This paper provides a review of the literature on assessment literacy and builds a conceptual framework for defining and guiding future work on assessment literacy. The framework presents assessment literacy […]
Scott Marion and Erika Landl translate the key concepts of principled assessment design, specifically Evidence-Centered Design (ECD), to help support teachers and others in designing high-quality performance-based assessments for use […]
A second presentation by Richard Hill to the Pennsylvania Governor’s Institute on data driven decision making.