Many of you have RSVP’d for this event tomorrow, and I am so excited to have you take part in this important topic….

Many of you have RSVP’d for this event tomorrow, and I am so excited to have you take part in this important topic. I also wanted to remind you all to add your information to the planning document (http://bit.ly/assessroundtable) so that you can take part in the collaboration before, during, and afterwards. Also, if you plan on being on the panel it ensures that I am calling the right Google profile for the hangout. Talk to you all soon.

Zac Chase

William Kocher

Katie Degenhardt

Catherine Beck Catherine Beck 

Jacki Sloan

Verena Roberts

Jacki Sloan

Melissa Torres

Jesse Spevack

Richard Cassella

Tara Witterholt

Sudi Stodola Sudi Stodola 

rafranz davis

Robert Schuetz

Angela Maez

Ian O’Byrne 

Jeff Gerlach

Philip Vinogradov

Erin Luong

Craig Magtutu

Elizabeth Ross Hubbell 

Greg Miller

Kevin Riebau

Adam Bellow

Kelly Tenkely

Brandy Bixler

Colleen Murray

Jen Hegna Jen Hegna 

Vanessa Vaile

Rob McTaggart

yoshifumi murakami

Greg Miller

Adrian Francis

Mark Surabian

Jen Lueck

Wes Kriesel

Originally shared by Ben Wilkoff

Planning and Collaboration Doc: http://bit.ly/assessroundtable

Roundtable Purpose: 

The purpose of this roundtable is to explore the ways in which we can create and sustain authentic personalized assessments within our classrooms, utilizing an approach that does not simply automate an adaptive assessment, but encourages higher level thinking and collaboration. 

Roundtable Audience:

The audience for this roundtable are teachers and leaders who are interested in creating, using, or collaborating on authentic assessments that help to create personalized learning environments.

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