Today’s educators are tasked with improving college, career, and life readiness in schools. Authentic performance tasks are well-suited to helping students build the “real-world” skills and transfer abilities that are needed for success in college and the workplace. Authentic tasks engage students in relevant learning and enable educators to assess outcomes that matter.
In this webinar, you will hear ideas for:
Presenters include Jay McTighe, the award-winning and best-selling co-author of The Understanding by Design Framework® (UbD), who will explain why rich authentic performance tasks help students to apply and transfer knowledge—keys to building valuable lifelong skills. Michael Pflug, an administrator at a large school district in Texas, will join him to describe how the district incorporates authentic performance tasks into their K-12 curriculum.
Jay McTighe, award-winning and best-selling co-author, The Understanding by Design Framework
Michael Pflug, K-12 STEAM curriculum designer, Prosper Independent School District, Texas
Maggie O'Brien, vice-president of marketing and communications, Defined Learning
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