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APPENDIX A Workshop Agenda Bridging the Gap Between Large-Scale and Classroom Assessment January 23-24, 2003 The National Academies 500 Fifth Street, NW, Room 100 Washington, DC Thursday, January 23 Time Topic 7:30-8:00 8:00-8:45 8:45-9:30 Continental Breakfast Welcome and Workshop Overview Teaching and Learning in a Coherent Educational Environment 47 Speaker Michael Feuer, National Research Council J. Myron Atkin, Stanford University Marge Petit, National Center for Improving Educational Assessment Gail Burrill, Michigan State University

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48 ASSESSMENT IN SUPPORT OF INSTRUCTION AND LEARNING 9:30-10:00 Large-Scale Assessment: Lorrie Shepard, University of Laying Out the Colorado, Boulder Territory 10:00-10:45 Classroom Assessment in Support of Learning and Instruction 11:00-12:00 A Report from the Commission on Designing Instructionally Supportive Assessment 12:00-12:45 Lunch Dylan Wiliam, King's College, London James Popham, University of California, Los Angeles 12:45-1:30 Bridging the Gap: Richard Shavelson, Stanford Aligning Formative University and Summative Assessments 1:30-2:15 Special Issues in Jan de Lange, Freudenthal Institute, Mathematics and Utrecht University, The Netherlands Science Assessment J. Myron Atkin, Stanford University 2:15-3:00 Northern California Linda Fisher and David Foster, Mathematics The Noyce Foundation Assessment Collaborative 3:00-3:45 Delaware Rachel Wood, Delaware Department Comprehensive Science of Education Assessment 3:45-4:45 Building Bridges Between Large-Scale and Classroom Assessment with PASS; The Vermont Assessment Program: An Exemplar Kathleen Comfort, WestEd Bud Meyers and David White, Vermont Department of Education

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APPENDIX A 49 4:45-5:45 International Barry McGaw, Organisation for Comparative Economic Co-operation and Perspective Development 5:45 Adjourn Friday, January 24 Time Topic Speaker 7:30-8:00 Continental Breakfast 8:00-8:45 Washington State Greg Hall and Dawn Billings, Assessment Program Washington State Department of Education 8:45-9:30 International George Pook, International Baccalaureate Diploma Baccalaureate Organisation Programme 9:30-10:30 A Classroom/National Literacy Assessment System 10:30-11:30 BEAR Assessment System Geoff Masters, Australian Council for Educational Research Mark Wilson, University of California, Berkeley 11:30-12:15 Facet-Based Assessment Jim Minstrell, Talaria, Inc. 12: 15-1 :00 Lunch 1:00-1:45 Model-Based Eva Baker, University of California, Assessment: Why, Los Angeles What, How, How Good, and What Next?

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so 3:45-5:15 ASSESSMENT IN SUPPORT OF INSTRUCTION AND LEARNING Nebraska: STARS Program A Proposed High School Graduation Assessment System to Blend Local Initiatives and State Requirements: Experience from Wyoming Patricia Roschewski, Nebraska Department of Education Scott Marion, Wyoming Department of Education (formerly) Maine's Comprehensive Jill Rosenblum, Maine Mathematics Assessment System and Science Alliance Pam Rolfe, Maine State Department of Education Panel Discussion 5:15-5:45 Next Steps 5:45 Adjourn James Popham, Mark Wilson, Barry McGaw, Lorrie Shepard, Jill Rosenblum, Dylan Wiliam, Eva Baker, and J. Myron Atkin Continued Panel Discussion