Back to Blog

#NCTEchat Sunday February 15 at 8pm ET


Check out this storify account of the #NCTEchat Scott Filkins (@scottfilkins) and Zanetta Robinson (@ZanettaRobinson)  hosted Sunday February 15. This lively chat explored the question: How should literacy learning be assessed?

These were the questions used in the chat and the resources that were shared for each:

Q1: What comes to mind when you hear the phrase assessment of literacy learning? #nctechat
Assessment Informs Instruction

Q2: What’s your favorite formative assessment strategy and why? #nctechat
Fifty-six formative assessment techniques

Q3: How do you involve students in their own assessment and growth? #nctechat

Q4: How do formative and summative assessment work together in your classroom? #nctechat

Q5 What changes in practice has purposeful formative assessment helped you to make? #nctechat

Q6: How does your school involve the broader community in decisions about school-based assessment? #nctechat

Assessment Standard on stakeholder involvement

Q7 In one tweet, what do policy makers need to know about assessment that supports equitable education?

Curious about these questions and resources? Take our assessment survey