We have a clarity problem in our schools. We are not crystal clear about what we want our students to know and be able to do. Without clarity of learning goals that provide the sharp focus for both instruction and assessment, teachers cannot achieve the maximum possible impact on student learning. When teachers are certain about their learning intentions and success criteria—what they want students to know and be able to do in a unit of study and the specific descriptors of how students will achieve the learning intentions—they can intentionally design assessments, plan instruction, and select appropriate curriculum materials directly aligned to those learning intentions and success criteria.
Chicago, Illinois | Jul 08 - Jul 11, 2018
Main Conference: $649 early bird | $749 per person
LISC Pre-Conference: $249
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