School Redesign in Action: Learn + Lead for Equity is the New England Secondary School Consortium’s ninth annual conference for educators and stakeholders from across the country to share success stories, exchange best practices, and continue to build momentum for innovations that will prepare all students for success in the colleges, careers, and communities of the 21st century.
In this session with New Tech Network Director Stacia Snow, participants will explore multiple opportunities for authentic feedback within the phases of high-quality project-based unit design. Presenters will discuss how mastery-based assessments enhance the quality of a project and personalize the work for each student. Participants will engage in several human-centered design activities to inspire feedback innovations and plan ways to try them out with their students.
Session participants will gain an understanding of the phases of high-quality project-based unit design and find various opportunities within each phase to embed mastery-based assessments; create authentic opportunities for feedback utilizing project-based learning unit design, and make a plan for small-scale implementation of authentic and mastery-based feedback with their students.