New Hampshire’s Built-in Assessments for Competency (PracticingPBL #6)

by Ginger Lewman on June 3, 2015

in Podcasts, PracticingPBL

JohnJoin Ginger Lewman and John Martin as John shares a school board member’s view of the importance of the real world application of learning & acquired knowledge. That we need both context AND content. John provides an overview of New Hampshire’s PACE (Performance Assessment for Competency Education), New Hampshire’s answer to the SBAC and PARCC assessments.

Schools involved with PACE: Souhegan, Sanborn, Epping, Rochester

NH DOE Performance Assessment
http://www.education.nh.gov/assessment-systems/index.htm

DOE Overview
http://www.education.nh.gov/assessment-systems/documents/pilot-overview.pdf

DOE Guide
http://www.education.nh.gov/assessment-systems/documents/guide.pdf

SAU 14 – Epping Doc
http://www.sau14.org/uploads/District/ACCOUNTABILITY%20OPTIONS%20-%2005-05-14.pdf

Test Bank
http://taskbank.ccebos.org/

New Hampshire sets the PACE with new accountability strategy
http://linkis.com/multibriefs.com/BNeYS

Four N.H. School Districts Allowed To Cut Back On Statewide Standardized Tests
http://nhpr.org/post/four-nh-school-districts-allowed-cut-back-statewide-standardized-tests

Rochester teachers Melissa Cunliffe and Sara Cantrell talk about competency based learning and New Hampshire’s new assessment strategy
http://anhpe.org/2014/11/19/rochester-teachers-melissa-cunliffe-and-sara-cantrell-talk-about-competency-based-learning-and-new-hampshires-new-assessment-strategy/

QUALITY PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT PLAN
https://ccebos.app.box.com/s/2fimvp9oj2or74zz00cq

 

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