Keynote 1: Assessment to Support Learning and Teaching
Introduction by CADRE Director, Derek Briggs
Deborah Ball, William H. Payne Professor at the University of Michigan: "Teaching Ambitiously: What Does This Mean, and What Does It Take?"
Lorrie Shepard, Distinguished Professor at the University of Colorado Boulder: "Coherence of Classroom Assessment
with Ambitious Teaching"
Keynote 2: Assessment for Curricular Efficacy
Introduction by CADRE Faculty Partner, Benjamin Shear
Angela DeBarger, Program Officer, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation: "Toward Collaborative and Systemic Partnerships for Teaching and Learning"
Erin Furtak, Professor of Science Education and Dean of Faculty, CU Boulder: "My Journey in Curriculum-Embedded Assessment: Themes and Lingering Questions"
Bill Penuel, Professor of Learning Sciences and Director of the National Center for Research in Policy and Practice, CU Boulder: "In Search of Coherence and Equity: From Teachers to Partnerships"
Margaret Heritage, Consultant at Heritage Consuting, Inc.: "Lost in Translation?"
Keynote 3: Making Assessment Responsive to Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Identities
Introduction by CADRE Associate Director, Elena Diaz Bilello
Megan Bang, Professor of Learning Sciences, Northwestern University: "Making Assessment Responsive to Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students, Families, and Communities"
Kalehua Krug, Education Specialist, Hawai'i State Department of Education: "'What' in the World"
Margaret Heritage, Consultant at Heritage Consuting, Inc.: "Know Who Your Students Are"
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