Schedule

Links for each session will be sent to all conference registrants via email. A description of each session can be found on the Session Description page.


8:15 – 9:30

Dr. Douglas Reeves
No Matter What: Providing Great Teaching, Leadership, and Feedback in any Environment (keynote)


9:45 – 11:00

Dr. Douglas Reeves
Grading in a Pandemic: How to provide powerful feedback and avoid toxic mistakes

Michelle Accardi
Accomplished Teachers Manage and Monitor Student Learning

Amber Emerson
Better Grading Practices in a Middle/High School Classroom

Jennifer Martinez & Lindsey Schoeneck
Streamlining Hybrid and Distance Learning through Google Suites

Melissa Shields
Green Means Go – Pressing the Pedal on Meaningful Lesson Design and Grading


11:15 – 12:30

Dr. Douglas Reeves
Digital Equity: Challenging Conversations about Race, Poverty, and Equity

Michelle Accardi
Advocating for Effective and Reflective Policies (repeat)

Greg Benner
Getting “Behavior” Out of the Gradebook: Implementing Social and Emotional Learning and Trauma-Sensitive Practices in the Classroom

Reeivice Girtman & Jeremy Suchman
Making the Case for Standards-Based Grading

Adam Kilcrease
Grading, Assessment, and Evaluation: Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic

Andrew Maxey
Why Should I Be Thinking About Grading During a Pandemic?

Melissa Shields
Green Means Go – Pressing the Pedal on Meaningful Lesson Design and Grading (repeat)

Amy Tilford & Rachel Hill
Own It! Student Self-Assessment that Works.


1:30 – 2:45

Jill Edwards
Grading with a Purpose

Brook Fuller
No More Red Ink: Using Grading to Foster Creativity and Community in the Writing Classroom

Adam Kilcrease
Grading, Assessment, and Evaluation: Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic (repeat)

Andrew Maxey
Yeah, but!
Responses and Rebuttals for the Most Common Objections to Grading Reform

Charlsie Wigley
It’s Not Cheating, It’s Collaboration: Providing Effective Feedback to Student Partnerships and Groups


Session recordings will be posted here after the conclusion of the conference (with permission of presenters) in order to be available to participants who can not make it everywhere.