State officials say curriculum-embedded performance assessments help improve teaching and learning outcomes
Through the Ohio Performance Assessment Pilot Project (OPAPP), Ohio educators are using curriculum-embedded performance assessments to help students learn and demonstrate deeper learning competencies.
State education leaders hope that this deeper understanding of content will give students the ability to use that knowledge to think critically and solve problems, said Mariana Haynes, a senior fellow at the Alliance for Excellent Education, during a webinar that spotlighted Ohio’s latest efforts.
“Ohio has taken a unique approach to piloting curriculum embedded performance assessment,” Haynes said. “This includes a system of learning tasks for formative purposes, and assessment tasks.” The tasks are aligned with the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards, and sustained, collaborative professional learning.
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