Icon for: Erin Furtak


University of Colorado Boulder

RAPID: Aspire: Formative Assessment of Scientific Practices Research Practice...

NSF Awards: 1561751

2019 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades 9-12

How can we support teachers as they learn to design and enact classroom assessments that provide useful and relevant information about student learning of the NGSS? The Aspire-II project is a partnership between a large school district and university-based researchers that seeks to develop assessments that serve both formative and summative functions. In this video, we describe the origin of our partnership, our early work with teachers to surface their perceptions of NGSS assessment, and the some of the professional learning we have employed to support teacher learning around the NGSS. 

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