From July 28th, 2014 - July 30th, 2014 SEADAE and their partner Young Audience Arts for Learning conducted an Arts Assessment Institute at the 4-H National Youth Conference Center in Chevy Chase Maryland. Video archives and links to session materials may be found below.
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Monday, July 28th, 2014

Keynote: Dr.Tim Brophy
A Declaration of Interdependence: A Facets Model for State Arts Assessment Leadership
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Tuesday July 29th, 2014 SESSIONS


Racing to Assess: One State's Plan to Effectively Evaluate Teachers
Deb Hansen, Delaware Department of Education
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Pennsylvania Student Learning Objectives
O. David Deitz, Pennsylvania SLO Initiative and Cory Wilkerson, Consultant, PA Department of Education
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Using Classroom Portfolios to Evaluate Arts Educators
Dr. Ryan Fisher, Music Education Division Head, University of Memphis
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Michigan Item Development
Ana Luisa Cardona, Michigan Arts Education Instruction & Assessment
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Assessment and Curriculum Development Bank
Karol Gates, Colorado Department of Education Arts Content Specialist and Angela Landrum, CDE Principle Consultant Assessment Unit
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Top Ten Reasons Not to Assess
Dr. Scott Shuler, Retired Arts Consultant, Connecticut Department of Education, Past President, National Association for Music Education
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view the archived video: Top Ten Reasons Part II

Florida Performing and Fine Arts Assessment Project
Beth Cummings, Director of Fine Arts, Polk County Public Schools
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A Brief History of Arts Assessment/Learning the Lingo
Marcia McCaffrey, New Hampshire Department of Education, State Education Agency Directors of Arts Education, President
Dr. Edward Roeber, Michigan State University
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Access additional resources: Michigan's Assessment Literacy Standards

Connecticut Common Arts Performance Assessments
Dr. Scott Shuler, Retired Arts Consultant, Connecticut Department of Education, Past President, National Association for Music Education
Access additional resources: Common Arts Assessment Overview
Access additional resources: CSDE Performance Assessment- NCCAS Standards
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Item Response Theory and Model Cornerstone Assessments
Dr. Timothy Brophy, College of Fine Arts, University of Florida

South Carolina: SCAAP Reporting and Analyzing Assessment Results
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Young Audience Arts for Learning
A Case Study Approach to Formative Assessment
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Wednesday July 30th, 2014 SESSIONS


Morning Round Table Discussion followed by Learners Choice - Deep Dive

Model Cornerstone Assessments
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Dr.Timothy Brophy - closing session