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Using the Integrated Performance Assessment (IPA) to Improve Learning and Instruction

In this workshop, Bonnie Adair-Hauck, Ph.D., co-author of the ACTFL publication: Implementing Integrated Performance Assessment (2013) will present an overview of the ACTFL Integrated Performance Assessment at the Novice, Intermediate and Advanced levels. The workshop will provide participants with recently developed and expanded guidelines for how to design cognitively challenging IPA tasks.  Suggestions on how to provide effective feedback and modeling to improve learner performance will be shared. Workshop will also include a re-conceptualized rubric (2013 version) for the interpretive mode and the addition of IPA rubrics for Advanced level language performance.  Participants will begin to design integrated performance assessment tasks for use in their own classrooms using teacher-tested templates.

Preconference – Wednesday, October 13, 2016

Using the Integrated Performance Assessment (IPA) to Improve Learning and Instruction

Location:  Desert Dining Room (between the Hilton and the Conference Center)

Registration:  8:30 AM

Conference Times:  9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Lunch is provided.

Feedback from Recent Workshops:

"Bonnie did a great job leading us through the steps of creating an IPA. Very engaging! I'm excited about creating my own IPAs!"

"I think it was great to have this workshop available at our school district.  Really high quality and relevant!"

"Great speaker! Bonnie is very knowledgeable about this topic."

Online Registration (Membership Required)

PreConference Only

This PSMLA foreign language assessment workshop is subsided by the University of Pittsburgh’s European Studies Center and European Union Center for Excellence which is partially funded by Title VI  Department of Education, Washington, D.C.