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Sunday, February 23 • 8:30am - 9:45am
Flipping the Traditional Assessment Model

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At Astoria High School, we have taken the traditional testing model and flipped it upside down in an effort to create a more student-centric approach to assessment. In this session, you will learn about our three-week testing cycle, collaborative assessment writing using mixed-spaced practice, collaborative grading, and the test preview/review process.

Speakers
avatar for Philip Ero

Philip Ero

Math Teacher, Astoria High School
Phil is a graduate of the US Coast Guard Academy and Stanford University. He has taught mathematics, computer science, and statistics at the US Coast Guard Academy, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, and Clatsop Community College. He currently teaches Algebra... Read More →
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Alexa Haller

Alternative Education Lead Teacher, Astoria School District
Born and raised in Oregon, I've called Astoria my home for the past ten years. I earned my undergraduate degree and initial teaching credentials through Western Oregon University and my Masters of Education in Learning and Technology through Western Governor's University. I've helped... Read More →
avatar for Chad Madsen

Chad Madsen

Math Teacher, Astoria High School
I have served as a math, PE and health teacher, at the high school level for 16 years. I have three kids ages, 10, 7 and 2, and my wife, Emily, is a dance instructor.
avatar for Jose Sosa

Jose Sosa

Mathematics Teacher, Astoria High School
I love learning new things, especially in the field of mathematics and science. I particularly enjoy abstract algebra, number theory and real analysis.
avatar for Jessica Todd

Jessica Todd

Math Teacher, Astoria High School
Jessica is a graduate of Oregon State University and is in her thirteenth year teaching mathematics. Jessica is currently teaching Geometry, Advanced Topics in Mathematics and Precalculus. She is also involved in coaching volleyball, robotics and softball at Astoria High School... Read More →



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