Experts say bandwidth, state guidelines crucial for online assessments implementation
As part of Connected Educator Month, the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) gathered together two expert district and state technology directors to discuss how their states successfully implemented 21st century online assessments.
The most interesting piece of advice: Without a basic technical foundation and statewide support, you can kiss online assessments goodbye.
“It’s a summary of parts that all work together,” said Patches Hill, technology systems manager of Delaware’s Indian River School District (IRSD). “You need your state-level infrastructure implementation, state assessment implementation [summative standardization], and personalized learning [formative standardization]. This is a multistep process and it can’t be done instantly.”
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