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Tuesday, March 26 • 1:15pm - 2:30pm
A Three-Step Process for Successful Learning Using Self-Assessment, Peer-Assessment, and Reassessment Effectively

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At Poland Regional High School, a flagship public high school for proficiency-based education in Maine, an emphasis on self- and peer-assessment and a school-wide process for reassessment has supported students towards successfully reaching their learning goals. Teachers have implemented classroom tasks specifically designed from the current leading guidelines for self- and peer-assessment in hopes of making each student’s learning process transparent. Furthermore, a school-wide process for reassessment has been adopted to ensure each student has the opportunity to demonstrate their best learning on summative assessments. In this session we will walk you through the process that our science, math, and humanities classes have developed for self- and peer-assessment as well as outline the process we took to develop our school-wide reassessment protocol.

Participants will leave this session with practical approaches to teaching self- and peer-assessment; an understanding of how reassessment opportunities can reinforce learning and how assessment strategies are managed in a proficiency based/ standards-based system.

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Jessica Elias Castillo

Teacher, RSU16/Poland Regional High School

Patrick Martin

Poland Regional High School

Ms. Sevigny

Teacher, Poland Regional High School

Tuesday March 26, 2019 1:15pm - 2:30pm EDT
Room 104