Assessment can be harmful and dehumanizing. However, assessments can also be tools that positively support student learning, agency, identity, and belonging. Join us in this webinar to learn how one district is moving to rehumanize assessment as part of a broader effort to rehumanize teaching and learning. During the session you’ll hear educators from Newport-Mesa Unified School District and Orange County Department of Education examine the shift that’s taking place from classroom and district perspectives as they consider student and teacher identity, data literacy, and systems.
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This learning experience will be most powerful if used as part of a comprehensive, ongoing program of content-specific professional learning. To learn more, see the Professional Learning Principles.