It’s time to let go of chapter tests and focus on what really matters: what students can do with language! In this workshop, we’ll look at how to transform traditional tests and quizzes into meaningful, authentic, and engaging assessments to demonstrate student progress using can-do statements, proficiency targets, and addressing the three modes. Hands-on and interactive, attendees will leave with draft assessments they can immediately begin using with students.
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Catherine Ritz is a long-time teacher of French and Spanish with National Board Certification. She worked for six years as the Director of World Languages in Arlington Public Schools, MA, and is now a Clinical Assistant Professor and the Modern Language Education Program Director at Boston University’s School of Education. Catherine has served on the Board of the Massachusetts Foreign Language Association (MaFLA) since 2011, serving as President in 2014 and 2015, and now as the Programming Coordinator. Passionate about all things foreign language education, Catherine is a regular presenter at regional and national conferences.