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These courses were co-designed through a partnership between the assessment experts at the Center for Collaborative Education and 2Revolutions.

The Center for Collaborative Education (CCE) is a nonprofit organization established to promote innovative school models and increase justice and opportunity for all learners. CCE's Quality Performance Assessment (QPA) team are leading experts on performance assessment and have developed processes, frameworks, and tools to guide educators in the craft of performance assessment. They partner with schools, districts, and state departments of education to help educators learn and customize the QPA process, design common practices, and establish shared accountability for results. 

2Revolutions (2Rev) is a national education design lab striving to transform the American education system. 2Rev works with entrepreneurial leaders and practitioners within K12 and Higher Education to design, build, and implement new learning models and help catalyze the enabling systems that prepare students for success in the future. In its work with educators, 2Rev provides in-person, blended, and online learning experiences on a range of Future of Learning topics, including assessment. 

Assessment for Learning Courses

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Assessment Foundations: This course explores foundational concepts in assessment, including comprehensive and balanced assessment, validity, reliability, the importance of multiple measures, and inclusivity. It also focuses on two foundational assessment practices: formative assessment and feedback.

Performance Assessment Essentials: This course provides an introduction to performance assessment and explores related key topics, including inclusivity, Depth of Knowledge, authenticity, and transfer.

The Performance Assessment Cycle: In this course, educators will learn and practice the process for implementing a performance assessment, including task design, validation, rubric design, and calibration.

Learner-Designed Assessments: The purpose of this course is to explore the considerations of learner-designed assessments as a means of evaluating competency.

Body of Evidence: The purpose of this course is to explore the strategies involved in collecting and assessing Bodies of Evidence from learners in order to measure progress or determine mastery of a given set of standards or competencies.