Webcast Presentation,
Originally held Jan 21st, 2009

A Focus on Informed Assessment Practices
Webcast #2 of 3

Originally broadcast January 21th, 2009

INTRODUCTION: This webcast on informed assessment practices is intended to support your professional growth over time and has been archived for re-viewing.

  • The webcast is divided into shorter sections that can be viewed independently, or you can view the webcast in its entirety.
  • The archive allows you to "pause" to discuss the points being made and their relationship to your own district.
  • If you are planning to stop and discuss or do activities during this archive, be sure to "pause" rather than "stop" the webcast, or the PowerPoint slide sequencing will be lost.

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