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Integrating assessment systems into the classroom ecosystem
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Grade Information Movement (Grade Passback)

 

The integration of assessment systems into the classroom ecosystem represents a key component in creating a fully developed picture of the learner.  Assessment information is critical in depicting where a learner is in their progression, where we collectively want them to be and design a path to get them there. The A4L community has recognized this and prioritized focus in assessment systems as one of the organizations highest goals.

  • Challenge: The Integration of Assessment Systems into the Classroom Ecosystem
    • Assessment information is critical in depicting where a learner is in their progression, where we collectively want them to be and design a path to get them there
    •  Complications in the various types of information needed, where that information is housed, and then movement to enable usage by practitioners
  • Realities: There are “Multiples” to Consider
    •  Ability for multiple stakeholders to more quickly leverage assessment results
    •  Synchronization of reporting across multiple systems
    •  Opportunity to fill the “multiple gaps” between classroom assessment and SEA reporting processes
  • Goal: To leverage the successful work of xPress Roster to develop and deliver documentation of xPress Grade Pass-Back interface for both end users and developers

 

   

 

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