The Place of Feedback in High-Stakes Assessment
Some would argue that the Common Core State Standards and No Child Left Behind have placed undue emphasis on testing and assessment and student outcomes. What these arguments gloss over is the function of assessments--particularly when done properly--as a means of creating actionable feedback to enhance learning.
Join us for a conversation with Wayne Camara, the Senior Vice President, Research at ACT® as he shares insights into the connections, both present and future, between high-stakes assessment, feedback and standards. The interview will cover topics such as the importance of aligning assessment feedback to standards, how high-stakes assessment feedback might look in the near future and the benefits this poses for students.
Wayne Camara is the Senior Vice President, Research at ACT®. Prior to this role, he was Vice President, Research & Development at the CollegeBoard. Wayne holds a Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Illinois at Champaign Urbana. He also has degrees in educational measurement and school psychology from Rhode Island College.
Sean Tupa is the Product Marketing Manager for Turnitin. Previously, he had worked in various capacities for the College Board, including the roles of Director of Research for the Digital Solutions department and as a Director with the Innovation & Concept Development team. In these positions he conducted research projects, focus groups and surveys with both students and educators to help identify challenges and solutions in the world of education. Sean received his Bachelors degree in Philosophy and History from Hiram College.
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