The educator conducts a needs analysis to determine and plot a course for your team/school/district. In collaboration with stakeholders, develop a two-year implementation plan.
The Leading a Performance Assessment Learning Community for Learning stack is designed so that, if all three credentials are taken together, they will become more than the sum of their parts. Each micro-credential is intended to be able to stand on its own; however, the ideas and activities of each of these credentials support and expand on the others, allowing a fuller appreciation of performance assessment and the value it brings to an educational system. Even more value will be gained by engaging in all three Performance Assessment for Learning stacks together.
The earner, in collaboration with colleagues, will develop a two-year implementation plan for his/her district, school, department, or interdisciplinary team (depending on your role) based on an assessment of needs and expressed goals. The first year will be laid out in detail, with clear benchmarks. The second year—because it depends on the outcomes of the first—will be broader.
To earn the micro-credential, you must receive a passing evaluation for Parts 1 and 3 and a “Got it” for Part 2.
(200-word limit for each response)
It may be that you answer the questions below within the body of your needs assessment. If so, you may simply indicate where in the needs assessment each answer can be found.
To earn the micro-credential for Developing a Plan to Implement PAs, the educator must submit the following:
Write a reflective essay (1,000-word limit) OR record a five- to ten-minute video or audio addressing the following topics (be sure to use specificsthat illustrate why you come to the conclusions you do):
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