Date: March 5, 2012
Topic: Assessing for the Academic Growth of Advanced Learners in the 21st Century
Organization: National Curriculum Network Conference
Location: College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA
In this speech: Dr. Carol Horn asks — How do we account for the achievement and progress of advanced learners in today’s classrooms? How do you design an assessment system that incorporates 21st Century skills and accommodates high levels of performance?
Participants explore and identify criteria for student performance that documents in-depth knowledge, an advanced application of skills, and a deep understanding of the content, issues, and problems inherent in a field, subject area, or discipline.
They will discover how complex performances and real-world applications may be integrated into the learning process to prepare students for 21st century challenges and to document and report advanced intellectual growth.
Speech duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
About Dr. Carol Horn
Dr. Horn is coordinator of Advanced Academics Program (former Gifted and Talented Programs) for Fairfax County Public Schools in Northern Virginia.
She has worked in gifted education for the past 20 years and has a Master of Education in Educational Psychology with an Emphasis on Gifted from the University of Virginia.
She earned her doctorate in Teacher Preparation and Special Education from The George Washington University and is the 2002 recipient of the Hollingsworth Award from the National Association for Gifted Children for outstanding research study in the field of gifted education.
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