The second webinar focuses on the most important criterion—coherence—and how it can be supported with high-quality curriculum and learning progressions. We discuss the importance of curriculum and learning progressions as a foundation for assessment and assessment system design and, even more importantly, to provide an interpretative lens for making sense of the instructional power of assessment results. Relying on experts in curriculum, this webinar highlights the features that distinguish high-quality curriculum and learning progressions from lower quality processes and products.
• Participating experts:
o Rebecca Kockler, former Louisiana Deputy Commissioner for Teaching and Learning
o Jeri Thompson, Senior Associate, Center for Assessment