Assessment for Good is a podcast from the Center for Collaborative Education that grapples with our experiences with traditional, and often oppressive, educational assessment practices. What if we could design assessments that help us understand what our students know and can do while ensuring love and compassion are not lost in the process? Our podcast explores what Assessment for Good looks like in schools and classrooms, so we can change assessment for good.
A Community Vision for Student Success
Students, educators, and their communities should all have a say in what student achievement looks like. In this episode, we discuss the Vision of the Graduate and how they're created.
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What Does a Quality School Look Like?
What makes a good school good? In this episode, we're talking about school quality. How do current measures of school accountability impact our students and teachers? Is there a better way that takes into account what our communities truly value in their schools?
The Why of Performance Assessment
What is a performance assessment and how does it change our approach to public education for good? Carisa and Soraya explore how performance assessments give us a better understanding of what students know and can do while embracing their various identities and contexts.
Assessment for Good Teaser
What is Assessment for Good? Find out more in this quick teaser.
Assessment for Good is a podcast from the Center for Collaborative Education coming December 10, 2019. Learn more at https://www.cce.org/podcast.