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Measured Progress content and measurement experts participate frequently in webinars that explore a range of education issues and feature guest speakers, many of whom are making real change in their areas of expertise.

Many of our webinars have been featured in Education Week and have been archived for your convenience. Topics range from the correct and incorrect uses of formative assessment to the promise of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS*).

Please click on a title from the list below to register for a webinar, or view one of our archived webinars.

Upcoming Webinars

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Archived Webinars

  • Using Common District Assessments as Formative Feedback

    Watch the on-demand webinar with Mike Rubino, Boston Public School’s (BPS) formative assessment manager, and Deborah Farrington, director of assessment services for Measured Progress, as they share Boston’s story of using common district assessments as formative feedback.

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  • Formative Assessment Resources from Measured Progress

    In these on-demand webinars, hear how STEM Gauge® resources can help you gather evidence of 3-dimensional learning as you transition to the Next Generation Science Standards. You can also hear how premium quality mathematics and English language arts resources from the Formative Content Bank such as performance tasks, Testlets, and innovative item types can help you support strong formative assessment practices and gather evidence of student learning at a high level of rigor.

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  • How Well Do Your District and Classroom Assessments Measure Up?

    We know you need effective assessments that can give you reliable results to inform important data-driven decisions about instruction. Do you want to learn how to make sure that the questions in your assessments are providing evidence of understanding? Interested to learn how to build better assessments in your district?

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  • 3-Part NGSS Webinar Series
    Part 1: Transitioning to three dimensional learning

    This is the first of our free three-part webinar series exploring the NGSS. In this 45-minute webinar, we’ll go over conceptual shifts inherent in the NGSS, including three-dimensional learning in a formative assessment context.

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    Part 2: A deeper dive into the 8 science and engineering practices

    This session is the second of a three-part series from Measured Progress to help support you as you transition to the NGSS in your classroom. In this 45-minute webinar, we take a deeper dive into the eight science and engineering practices.

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    Part 3: Six instructional strategies to support NGSS teaching and learning

    You’ll learn instructional strategies to support your transition to NGSS. We’ll show you how specific content can be used with these strategies to gather evidence of student learning.

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  • Next Generation Assessment Implementation and Results. This Year Counts!

    Learn how school and district leaders—one in in a Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (Smarter Balanced®) state and one in a Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC®) state—are preparing teachers and students to meet new challenges with confidence.

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  • Next Generation Science Standards: Answering the Nation's Call for STEM Literacy

    This webinar highlights the promise of the NGSS, explores state responses to the call for greater rigor in the sciences, and describes how formative tools aligned to NGSS both focus instruction and prepare students for the challenge of the new assessments.

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*NGSS is a registered trademark of Achieve. Neither Achieve nor the lead states and partners that developed the Next Generation Science Standards were involved in the production of this product, and do not endorse it.

Smarter Balanced® is a registered trademark of the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium.

PARCC® is a registered mark of Parcc, Inc.