Assessing Student Performance in the World Language Classroom

How can Integrated Performance Assessments (IPAs) measure what we value in our language classrooms?

IPAs help our students acquire diverse perspectives and engage our learners in meaningful activities that go beyond our classroom walls. In this three-part series, concrete examples will be shared of how to design, create, and implement IPAs that assess students in their three communication modes: interpretive, interpersonal, and presentational.

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Presenter bio:

Megan Budke, Wayzata Public Schools (MN). Megan has extensive experience developing and implementing IPAs. She has served as her district's world language resource teacher and led last year’s IP-YAY! workshops at MDE, using IPAs to create curriculum that focuses on teaching for proficiency.