This fall's event will be held at AIS Budapest in Hungary, September 21-23, 2017. Please find the attached flyer and register through this registration link.
The Pre-Conference on Thursday is designed for educators who are new to using NWEA's MAP assessment. The focus will be on Using MAP Data to Improve Learning, led by Christina Hunter, Senior Manager for Professional Development at NWEA. This full day workshop will be provided by a Grant from the Office of Overseas Schools at no charge to participants.
On Friday, we will have a Keynote: “Current Trends in Science Education and Assessment” presented by Chris Charnitski.
On Saturday, Dr. Margo Gottlieb, co-founder and lead developer for WIDA at the Wisconsin Center for Education Research, University of Wisconsin-Madison, will lead the keynote session “Assessment as Learning: An Approach for Empowering Students” Except the keynote, she will lead two workshops: “Drowning in Data? Create a Month-by-Month Timeline of Assessment Measures and Tools” and “Language Power: Exploring Instructional Assessment to Promote Equity”.
As a featured speaker, we also present Shoshana Blauer, Manager of the International Team at NWEA and overseas. Her session - “New school, new role, new data, oh my!” will be about understanding MAP Assessments.
You can find all information about the sessions and speakers’ bios in downloads.
- The MAP --Using Data to Improve Learning will be provided at no charge to participants.
The Friday and Saturday Assessment Summit:
- CEESA/ECIS Member schools participants $200 per person
- Non-CEESA/ECIS Member schools participants $300 per person
Participants are responsible for all other travel and meals related to attending this Summit. Coffee breaks and lunch each day, as well as transportation to and from the school, will be provided.
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