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Culturally Responsive Assessment: Goals, Challenges, and Implications

Thursday, October 14 | Virtual
11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. HST

This webinar presented research that examines students' learning from a socio-cultural perspective to explain how their individual, social, and cultural experiences shape the ways in which they view the world. In addition, the webinar introduced concepts of culturally relevant and responsive pedagogy; discussed the implications of cultural responsiveness for assessment at the state, district, school, and classroom levels; and shared an example of how culturally responsive assessment practice is being used to honor and sustain the social, cultural and linguistic backgrounds of Native Hawaiian students.

Location

Virtual

Speakers

Roger Fiedler, McREL International
Carla Evans, Center for Assessment
Erika Landl, Center for Assessment
Kauʻi Sang, Office of Hawaiian Education

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Archived Webinar

This archived REL Pacific webinar presented research that views learning from a socio-cultural perspective to explain how students' individual, social, and cultural experiences shape the ways in which each individual views the world.