Assessment Conversations: Engaging with Colleagues to Support Student Learning Designed for formal school and system leaders, as well as for those performing a variety of teacher leadership roles, this resource supports sound classroom assessment practices within the Alberta context. Background information, AAC resource listings, and discussion questions are included to guide conversations with colleagues. […]
Do you have a formal or informal role to support colleagues with classroom assessment practice? AAC is starting an exciting new professional learning project that might just be for you! Regional meetings with colleagues Four full-day seminars on timely topics Seminar #1: Making Intentional Assessment Choices Seminar #2: Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners Seminar […]
Are you a school or system leader who wants to learn more about how to provide instructional leadership in assessment? Do you want to enhance your own knowledge of sound assessment practice? AAC has created a professional learning cohort opportunity to support school and system leaders prepare for the new professional practice standards. […]
A Credible and Cost Effective Alternative to the Student Learning Assessments (SLAs) With the SLAs still in Pilot, AAC continues to work with education partners to provide feedback to Ministry. Specifically, AAC has expressed concerns regarding the following: protecting the intent of formative assessment; lack of clarity around key ideas of public assurance and accountability; […]
The AAC Key Visual has been updated! To download the English version of the PDF document CLICK HERE. To download the French version of the PDF document CLICK HERE.
AAC performance tasks are a natural way to engage students in their learning. Students take on a role and prepare a product or performance for an audience that connects to a real life context. Performance tasks are based on high priority outcomes so while students are genuinely engaged, teachers can be confident that the tasks […]