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SST8 Common Formative Assessments (CFA) 2.0
Presented by SST8 Consultants
December 6, 2017, December 7, 2017, February 7, 2018 and February 8, 2018
State Support Team Region 8
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State Support Region 8 is excited to invite districts in our region to a systematic approach developed by Larry Ainsworth, a leading expert who supports districts’ intentional instruction and assessment practices in the classroom. The Common Formative Assessment 2.0 series will walk participants through a process to ensure deep understanding of the standards in a way that will guide effective instructional practices and the development of formative assessments. The result of the CFA 2.0 process is access to high quality data that effectively monitors student progress and guides teachers as they navigate through the instructional decision making process. CFA 2.0 process operates from the research that has shown when educators collaborate on designing grade-level or course-level assessments, it not only allows teachers to invest in and take ownership of the curriculum, instruction, and assessment process, but it also creates a portfolio of high-quality assessments that are aligned to local and state standards.
Session Objectives: During this series, participants will 1) learn the fundamentals of CFA and the 10 design steps to support assessment and instruction, 2) understand how to determine student success criteria and learning intentions, and 3) design considerations for evaluating, monitoring, and planning for student progress towards the learning intentions.

For additional information on the CFA 2.0 process, please visit the following sites:
CFA 2.0 Resource: http://tinyurl.com/hqjdgjl
CFA 2.0 Webinar: http://tinyurl.com/h7ry6bu

To register for this cohort,
Google Doc Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc2o6LHtEQN98Igd2yPOgc2LSTuK_l1hczJdzeVy6aVo0ezwQ/viewform?c=0&w=1

For Whom:
Suggested members of the team may include curriculum directors, assessment coordinators, K-12 general education teachers, intervention specialist, instructional specialist, grade level chairs, and principals. Each district may register up to 10
Questions or Concerns?
Maureen Cacioppo
(330) 929-6634 x511219