About the Conference
One conference. One location. Countless experiences.
The 2020 California Assessment Conference is a unique opportunity for classroom educators to explore connections between assessments and classroom instruction, and learn how to utilize assessment tools and resources to support teaching and learning, and hear from other local educational agencies.
This conference has been designed to create collaboration opportunities for educators who wish to discover how other educators, schools, and districts integrate all components of the state assessment system.
A variety of sessions and key topics, covered over two and a half days, allow for a customized learning experience while minimizing time away from the classroom. Participants will learn, explore, find inspiration and return to the classroom ready to apply new skills and knowledge.
We look forward to seeing you in Riverside October 6–8, 2020
What our Attendees Said
I LOVED hearing shared practices.
It was a great, relevant offering.
I really like the concept and appreciate the commitment to make CDE more accessible.
We have been using the interim assessments and digital library for a few years and appreciate next level implementation information.
Keynote: Professor Doug Fisher
Douglas Fisher is a professor of educational leadership at San Diego State University and a teacher leader at Health Sciences High & Middle College. He is a member of the California Reading Hall of Fame and was honored as an exemplary leader by the Conference on English Leadership. He has published numerous articles on improving student achievement, and his books include The Purposeful Classroom: How to Structure Lessons with Learning Goals in Mind; Enhancing RTI: How to Ensure Success with Effective Classroom Instruction and Intervention; Checking for Understanding: Formative Assessment Techniques for Your Classroom; How to Create a Culture of Achievement in Your School and Classroom; and Intentional and Targeted Teaching: A Framework for Teacher Growth and Leadership.
Closing Keynote: Jo Boaler
Jo Boaler is a British education author and The Nomellini-Olivier Professor of Mathematics Education at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. Boaler is involved in promoting mathematics education reform and equitable mathematics classrooms. She is the co-founder and faculty director of youcubed, a Stanford center that provides mathematics education resources to teachers, students and parents. She is the author of eight books, including Mathematical Mindsets, What's Math Got To Do With It? and The Elephant in the Classroom, all written for teachers and parents with the goal of improving mathematics education in both the US and UK. Her 1997/2002 book, Experiencing School Mathematics, won the "Outstanding Book of the Year" award for education in Britain.