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The Future of Summative Assessment: A Statewide Approach to Innovation

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For many educators and administrators, summative assessment—the end-of-year test that measures student understanding of grade-level expectations—is a time-consuming process that provides data too late to meaningfully impact student learning. The good news—there is a better way and states like Montana are leading the charge with new assessment systems that solve these challenges.

Join us for an informative edWeb podcast that explores the groundbreaking developments in assessments that have recently unfolded in Montana, including the recent approval of their Field-Testing Flexibility Waiver. You learn about Montana’s Alternative Student Testing Pilot which provides real-time insights into student performance throughout the year while also providing a summative measure of grade-level standards mastery. The combination of diagnostic data on student learning throughout the year and a final summative score promises to reduce overall testing time by eliminating the need for a final end-of-year test.

This edWeb podcast unlocks your understanding of the options for prioritizing assessments that support classroom learning throughout the year, while also meeting end-of-year accountability measures. You gain insights into the benefits and implications of the future of summative assessment, including its impact on student engagement, teacher empowerment, and the overall quality of education.

This edWeb podcast is of interest to K-12 school leaders, district leaders, and education technology leaders.

New Meridian
Leading the way in new high-quality assessment solutions that focus on the skills that matter
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This edWeb podcast is sponsored by New Meridian.
The edLeader Panel recording can be accessed here.
For many educators and administrators, summative assessment—the end-of-year test that measures student understanding of grade-level expectations—is a time-consuming process that provides data too late to meaningfully impact student learning. The good news—there is a better way and states like Montana are leading the charge with new assessment systems that solve these challenges.

Join us for an informative edWeb podcast that explores the groundbreaking developments in assessments that have recently unfolded in Montana, including the recent approval of their Field-Testing Flexibility Waiver. You learn about Montana’s Alternative Student Testing Pilot which provides real-time insights into student performance throughout the year while also providing a summative measure of grade-level standards mastery. The combination of diagnostic data on student learning throughout the year and a final summative score promises to reduce overall testing time by eliminating the need for a final end-of-year test.

This edWeb podcast unlocks your understanding of the options for prioritizing assessments that support classroom learning throughout the year, while also meeting end-of-year accountability measures. You gain insights into the benefits and implications of the future of summative assessment, including its impact on student engagement, teacher empowerment, and the overall quality of education.

This edWeb podcast is of interest to K-12 school leaders, district leaders, and education technology leaders.

New Meridian
Leading the way in new high-quality assessment solutions that focus on the skills that matter
Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
Learn more about viewing live edWeb presentations and on-demand recordings, earning CE certificates, and using accessibility features.

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