Assessment Part 2: Creating Formative and Summative Performance Assessment Tasks
The Office of Bilingual Education and World Languages (OBEWL) of the New York State Education Department (NYSED) presents this next workshop in its 2022 Professional Learning Series: Assessment Part 2 - Creating Formative and Summative Performance Assessment Tasks. This live, in-person workshop is offered free of charge for world language educators and administrators working and studying in New York State educational institutions.
Original webinar date: Tuesday, October 11th, 4:00 - 5:00 PM
Webinar description: What is a performance task? What role do performance tasks play in both instruction and assessment in a standards-based thematic unit? In this session, participants will learn characteristics of performance tasks and how they differ from exercises and activities. Participants will examine and analyze model performance tasks. Presenters will share guidance for creating and using performance tasks as one part of a complete assessment plan.
1 hour of CTLE credit offered
Webinar presenters: Dr. Joanne O’Toole, Dr. Lori Langer de Ramirez, & Bill Heller
Registration process: All participants are encouraged to pre-register for this event. Pre-registration will close on October 9, 2022; there will be no same-day registrations. Once the registrant's email address has been verified as being from a New York State school, college, or university, an email confirming their registration will be sent. Twenty-four hours prior to the event, all registered individuals will receive login instructions with the link to join the workshop. Only pre-registered attendees will be eligible for a certificate documenting attendance and/or CTLE hours.
Link to post-assessments
To receive a certificate of completion (including a CTLE certificate), NYS educators must view the recording of the webinar (see link above) in its entirety and then answer at least seven out of ten questions correctly on the post assessment. If the minimum required score (7 out of 10) is achieved, the educator will receive a certificate via email within an hour. For the convenience of our World Language educators, there are multiple versions of the post assessment available, should the required score not be achieved on the first attempt. Educators may take each version of the post assessment once.
- Educators may take each version of the post assessment once. Credit will not be given for taking a single version of the post assessment more than once.
- Credit will not be given for more than one passing score on any of the post assessments for a webinar (listed below) in a single academic year.
- Educators may receive credit for viewing the webinar recording and passing a post assessment once in each academic year and are encouraged to take a different version of the post assessment on a yearly basis to review and test their knowledge of the webinar's content.
- It is the responsibility of the individual educator to keep track of the information on the professional learning they complete each year, including the number of CTLE hours.
- Questions about this webinar or the post assessments, should be directed to Candace Black at (518) 473-7505 or at firstname.lastname@example.org(link sends e-mail).
# of attendees: 343
# of CTLE certificates issued: 236
# of certificates of attendance issued: 107
# of organizations represented by attendees: 193
# of languages taught by attendees: 10
Quotes from participants of this webinar
“I love the way all the modes of communication are used throughout the unit presented.” ~ Susan Q.
“Thank you so much. These sessions are very informative and help to clarify many questions we have! Thank you!” ~ Clotilde E.
“I love the project and performance task comparison. Very useful.” ~ Marie C.
“Muchas gracias. Me encantan las lecciones de la profesora Langer de Ramirez.” ~ Jonatan D. T.
“I did want to thank you all for these two very informative webinars. It’s clear that with an eye on our can-do statements that we can create performance assessments and combine them with the rubrics to assess our students' proficiency. Mille grazie!!” ~ Leonardo R.
“Thank you for the link to shared folder and answering my question about the list of language functions!!! You all are amazing, thank you for this presentation!!!” ~ Jennifer O.