For those who are interested, I prepared a brief history of how ATI came into existence. Here’s our story. FYI, the picture of me and Nancy was taken in the empty room in our house the day ATI was created. The wording on the pat they are holding in the picture says, “An Idea is Born!”…
I recently gave a webinar for MAC reads about the importance of student assessment – click though to watch it!
Join Dr. Rick Stiggins in a free webinar, where he’ll describe a system of balanced assessment that can serve the information needs of all users, from students to district administrators.
My notes from the February conference on student assessment in Atlanta, GA.
I recently received a letter from Grayling Tobias, the Superintendent of Hazelwood School District, regarding the improvement he’s seen in his district by adopting our Assessment Literacy principles. I asked him if I could publish his letter, as I feel other school districts would benefit from his experience. He graciously gave his consent. Here is that letter.
The article containing the Students’ Bill of Assessment Rights is out! The article title is “Improve Assessment Literacy Outside of Schools Too” and it appears in the October 2014 issue of the Phi Delta KAPPAN (volume 96, issue number 3, pages 67-72).