The assessment process of a student’s learning has been the same since the beginning of education: paper-pencil test, scored by the teacher, and the test is given back to the students, and we move on. There is a shift occurring in education towards personalized learning, where student choice and voice are finally audible. Should there be voice and choice in assessments? This session will dig into “the why” and “the how” of alternative assessments in the secondary math setting with time at the end to collaborate and create.
Bryn Grosskopf (@blg0416)
School District of Waukesha
Bryn is entering her 5th year of teaching at the Waukesha STEM Academy-Saratoga this 2017-2018 school year. She’s seeking her Master’s in Personalized Learning and Teacher Leadership at Carroll University and continues to implement student-centered practices.
Krista is a middle school mathematics educator who has 11 years of teaching experience under her belt and is currently in her 4th year at the Waukesha STEM Academy-Saratoga Campus. Throughout her teaching career she has striven to bring real-life application and personalization into the mathematics classroom. Prior to teaching at the Waukesha STEM Academy, she earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Carroll University and then taught middle school math for 8 years at New Berlin Eisenhower. It was during this time that she also completed a Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology from Cardinal Stritch University.