Not Your Typical
This year, the conference is virtual!
We know many of you can’t wait to see Dylan Wiliam provide current insights from the field without you having to travel to him.
The Formative Assessment International Conference always has allowed you to choose sessions that most resonate for your school(s) and/or district. Now you can choose relevant sessions in a memorable remote experience that includes the LIVE Virtual sessions and 60 days of on-demand viewing.
Either way, you will get to hear from formative assessment leaders like Jay McTighe, Ken O’Connor, Paul Zavitkovsky, and industry expert Tanji Reed Marshall. Plan for notable keynotes, empowering breakouts, significant sessions, and a thought-provoking panel discussion.
Since 2017, this conference brings together educators from all over the world to learn from the brightest minds in the field of assessment. Singletrack and free of conjecture, the conference is designed to provide real, actionable strategies and lessons you can use the very next day.
From our keynote speakers to expert-led conference sessions, we look forward to inspiring conversations, best practices, and the latest research about Equity in Assessment.
- Discover what counts as evidence of educational achievement
- Find out the secrets to how formative assessment drives equity in education
Get ready to take your practice to the next level as an educator, leader, or counselor.
Don’t miss out on this exceptional opportunity.
The Last Conference Was All Virtual
AND YOU ALL TWEETED THIS …
Moderating Ken O’Connor’s session on Best Practices in Grading! #DWFA20 pic.twitter.com/5P4QIVDT0H— Joanna Sozio (@JoSozio) December 8, 2020
Formative Assessment International Conference - LSI Dylan Wiliam Center 12.8 & 12.9 Come to my session 12.9 #DWFA20 @Learn_Sci The Journey is as Important as the Destination...Maybe More pic.twitter.com/KhfKMZW7Sx— Jaime Bailey (@JaimeBaileyEd) December 7, 2020
Great session today during #DWFA20 with the Libens on improving reading in older students. Such a huge need in schools today! pic.twitter.com/s8jfG5YDRW— Lee Manly (@LeeManly) December 8, 2020
"If I had to reduce educational psychology to just one principle, I would say this: The most important single factor influencing learning is what the learner already knows. Ascertain this and teach him or her accordingly" (Ausubel) #dwfa20— Lindsey Sinde (@lindseysinde) December 8, 2020
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