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Coupling OSAS Summative Data & Interim Assessments to Inform Teaching & Learning

2/10/2023 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM 

 

This session is intended for school district teams who would like to learn more about using OSAS state test scores and OSAS Interim Assessment Blocks to improve instructional outcomes. This class is not recommended for substitute teachers.

 

CPDU: Hours - 3

 


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Registration open through 2/8/2023 8:30 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)


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Presenter

Andy Byerley and Tony Bertrand from Oregon Department of Education


Audience

Curriculum directors and administrators.


Goals

1. Build clarity by connecting standards with targets and achievement levels.

2. Use trends of target data begin to analyze the strengths and opportunities within their local district or school system.

3. Deepen understanding of the purposes and intended uses of OSAS Interim Assessment Blocks (IABs) to inform student learning needs.

4. Plan for regular use by embedding IABs in curriculum maps.


Description

Oregon's Statewide Assessment System, or OSAS, provides the “3 Cs” of balanced assessment – Coherent, Continuous, and Comprehensive – that give educators tools to better understand both their local system of teaching and learning as well as the students they serve. While students' overall OSAS state test scores provide only a high-level glimpse at grade-level achievement, drilling down to results at the target level lets district and school leaders take concrete action to ensure the quality of and coherence among their curriculum, pacing, and instruction. Educators can continually assess students at the target level throughout the school year by using OSAS Interim Assessment Blocks (IABs) – right-sized, just-in-time tests that comprehensively align to the depth, breadth, and cognitive complexity of Oregon's academic standards. District teams are invited to join this discussion and work session to explore the ways OSAS can be used to improve learning outcomes for students.


Location

Lane ESD Main Campus 1200 Hwy 99 North
Eugene, OR 97402


Map

Lane ESD Main Campus 1200 Hwy 99 North
Eugene, OR 97402


Point of Contact

If you have questions about this event, email Cassadie Ross at cross@lesd.k12.or.us.



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