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Wednesday, April 12 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Measuring What Matters; Rethinking Jurisdictional Approaches to Assessing and Reporting on Broad but Essential Areas of Student Success

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The workshop will focus jurisdictional assessment and accountability of broad areas of student success in creativity, citizenship, health and social-emotional learning in schools and at system policy and assessment levels. The session considers the necessity of establishing congruence between local team based collaborative school assessment and large-scale jurisdictional measurement of student performance on assessment. This session describes the fourth year of a five-year partnership project, Measuring What Matters. The project is working with scholars, educators and policy-makers to re-think and broaden what ‘counts’ as indicators of system and school success or effectiveness in Ontario and internationally. The session will cultivate participant perspectives on education accountability and measurement-- how accountability frameworks can inhibit or enhance system capacity to cultivate learning environments that support broader areas of student learning and achievement.


Speakers
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David Cameron

Research Director, People for Education
David Cameron is the Research Director at People for Education. He is an educator and education policy sociologist, and is the lead researcher on the Measuring What Matters project. Before joining People for Education, David worked as a senior researcher in Ontario’s Ministry of Education.
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Annie Kidder

Executive Director, People for Education
Our organization focuses on the value of public education. Our goal is that Canadians connect the health and strength of the country with the health and strength of our public education system.


Wednesday April 12, 2017 9:00am - 10:00am
Alberta Room