The Classroom Assessment Podcast

Members of the American Education Research Association (AERA) Classroom Assessment SIG are joined each episode by leading scholars, teachers, and assessment professionals to discuss issues in classroom assessment and share expertise that can be used to impact practices in the classroom and spur future research. Welcome to the Pod!

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Monday Feb 07, 2022

Graduate Student Representative Erin Riley-Lepo is joined by Comfort Ateh, Ph.D., and Aaron Wyngowski, a middle-school social studies teacher who collaborated with Dr. Ateh on a study of formative assessment and the Common Core State Standards. The two discuss their work on subject-specific formative assessment. Mr. Wyngowski also shares his experiences with project-based learning in social studies classrooms and Dr. Ateh calls for more research into equitable formative assessment practices.

Friday Sep 17, 2021

Graduate Student Representative Erin Riley-Lepo is joined by Alison L. Bailey, Ed.D., as well as Christine Butler and Heather Brown, two elementary school teachers who collaborate with Dr. Bailey. The group shares their work on Project ExCEL, an OELA/USDoE funded project. The conversation is focused on formative assessment as an important part of equitable assessment practices for English Language Learners.

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