by Dylan Wiliam
November 9, 2016
8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. NIU DeKalb
Dylan Wiliam, PhD, is a consultant who works with educators all
over the world to develop effective, research-based teaching.
He is former deputy director (Provost) of the Institute of
Education at the University of London. From teaching in urban
public schools to directing a large-scale testing program to
working in university administration, his path has led to a variety
of positions at the forefront of education. Wiliam has written
over 300 books, chapters and articles including a major review
of research on formative assessment. He left the University
of London to focus on working more directly with teachers to
improve teaching and learning.
In this interactive one-day workshop participants will learn:
• Why we need to increase educational achievement, what's been tried, and
why it has worked
• Why formative assessment needs to be the priority for every school
• What formative assessment is (and isn't)
• Practical techniques for implementing formative assessment
• How to sustain the development of formative assessment with teacher
Breakfast, lunch, parking and 6 Professional Development Hours
are included in your registration.
CLICK to see
Dylan in action!
Embedding Formative Assessment
with Teacher Learning Communities
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