SEADAE Arts Assessment Symposium: Advances in Arts Assessment

November 11th & 12th, 2016

Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center

Grapevine, Texas


SESSION HANDOUTS AND POWERPOINTS

RECORDINGS AND ARCHIVES
SESSION SCHEDULESESSION DESCRIPTIONS


Friday November 11, 2016
CONCURRENT SESSIONS


8:30 – 9:30
Keynote Session
Shift Happens: The Status of Arts Assessment in the United States
8:30 AM – 9:30 Friday November 11th
Mustang 4
(repeated 11:30 AM – Saturday November 12th)
Dr. Linda Lovins - State Education Agency Directors of Arts Education, retired
Marcia McCaffrey - New Hampshire Department of Education
State Education Agency Directors of Arts Education Immediate Past President
10:00-11:00

Partnerships in Assessment: The Texas Music Assessment
Friday November 11 10:00-11:00 Mustang 1
Michele Henry - Baylor University
Frank Coachman - Texas Music Educators Association

Diving Deeper Into the Shift: Responding to the Status of Arts Assessment Across the Nation Report
Friday November 11 10:00-11:00 Mustang 2
Joyce Huser, Kansas Department of Education - Incoming SEADAE President – Moderator
Beth Lambert – Maine Department of Education
Dr. Dale Schmid – New Jersey Department of Education
Dr. Julie Palkowski – SEADAE President - Wisconsin Department of Education
Debbie DeFrain – Nebraska Department of Education
Dr. Peggy Wenner – Idaho Department of Education

The Use of Balanced Assessments in the Arts: Lessons Learned from Arts Achieve
Friday November 11 10:00-11:00 Mustang 3
Paul King - New York City Department of Education Office of Arts and Special Projects
Tom Cahill - Studio in a School
Susanne Harnett - Metis Associates



Digital Process-folio Assessment in Theatre Arts: Assessment through Reflective Practice
Friday November 11 10:00-11:00 Mustang 4
Jackie deMontmollin - The University of Houston School of Theatre & DanceMs. deMontmollin's PowerPoint may be accessed here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8TS6vJzlgqtTVg3Q0lxU0JMaUE/view?usp=sharing

Note: student images shared by permission



Assessing Growth in the Arts - The Ohio Arts Assessment Collaborative
Friday November 11 10:00-11:00 Mustang 6
Tim Katz & John Farley - Ohio Alliance for Arts Education
Jacque Burke - Battelle for Kids


11:30 – 12:30

Arts Integration for Assessment Literacy
Friday November 11 11:30-12:30 Mustang 1
Dr. Byron Richard & Dr. Pam Paulson - Perpich Center for Arts Education

Washington State Assessments – The Impact of State Policy
Friday November 11 11:30-12:30 Mustang 2
Anne Banks - Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction



Tennessee Student Growth Measures System: Teacher Leadership in the Peer Review Process
Friday November 11 11:30-12:30 Mustang 3
Dr. Dru Davison & Roland Wilson & David Potter
Shelby County Schools


Assessment in a Choice, Voice, Challenge Environment
Friday November 11 11:30-12:30 Mustang 4
Melissa Gallagher - Pennsylvania Art Education Association
O. David Deitz – Pennsylvania Department of Education


Including Students with Disabilities in Equitable Arts Assessment
Friday November 11 11:30-12:30 Mustang 6
Dr. Sharon M. Malley – Consultant
Dr. Alice-Ann Darrow - College of Music, Florida State University
Dr. Jean Crockett - College of Education, University of Florida

1:30 -2:30

Assessing 21st Century Skills
Friday November 11 1:30–2:30 Mustang 1
Ken Skrzesz – Maryland State Department of Education


Arts PACE: New Hampshire's Performance Assessment Accountability Model
Friday November 11 1:30-2:30 Mustang 2
Marcia McCaffrey - New Hampshire Department of Education
Brian Fanning - Weare Middle School

Assessing Children's Use of Singing Voice
Friday November 11 1:30–2:30 Mustang 3
Dr. Joanne Rutkowski - Pennsylvania State University

Assessment that matters: Using the habits of mind to develop performance tasks
Friday November 11 1:30–2:30 Mustang 4
Leslie Gates, Ph.D. - Millersville University of Pennsylvania
Mary Elizabeth Meier, Ph.D. – Mercyhurst Universityhttps://www.dropbox.com/s/6o3r5xq8gp0w7dg/Assessment%20Habits%20of%20Mind%20SEADAE.pdf?dl=0?



Common Music Assessments Initiative: Classroom-Proven Units/Tasks, Scoring Scales, and Student work
Friday November 11 3:00–4:00 Mustang 6

Richard Wells & Dr. Scott C. Shuler - Solutions Music Group

3:00 – 4:00

Recommended Policies to Support Assessment of Student Learning in the Visual Arts Education Classroom
Friday November 11 3:00-4:00 Mustang 1
Dr. Constance Lutz - Arts Administration, Education & Policy - The Ohio State University

Moving from Arts Education Standards to Practice: Using Formative and Summative Assessment to Guide Instructional Practice
Friday November 11 3:00 – 4:00 Mustang 2
Dr. Dale Schmid - New Jersey Department of Education

additional resources have been collected by Dr. Schmid here: http://tinyurl.com/TXAsess


New Assessments for Arts Educator Preparation
Friday November 11 3:00-4:00 Mustang 3
Suzanne K Canali - New Hampshire Institute of Art
Dr. Mark DeTurk - University of New Hampshire

Design, Build, Review: A Quality Assurance Toolkit for Creating and Scoring Performance Tasks
Friday November 11 3:00–4:00 Mustang 4
O. David Deitz - Pennsylvania Department of Education


4:30 – 5:30

Practical Portfolios and Performance Assessments that Reveal Learning; A potential Today and Tomorrow
Friday November 11 4:30–5:30 Mustang 1
Lorinda Rice - Lincoln Public Schools
Jean Detlefsen, PhD - Consultant, Arts Education
Michelle Hrbek - Lincoln Northeast High School
Michelle Clifford - Lincoln High School

Ethical Intersections: Assessment and Copyright in Digital Times
Friday November 11 4:30–5:30 Mustang 2
Dr. Linda Lovins - State Education Agency Directors of Arts Education, retired

Evaluating the Visual Art Teacher, What is the Administrator Looking For?
Friday November 11 4:30–5:30 Mustang 3
Tom Tobias - Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Educationhttp://missouriarts.weebly.com/professional-development.html


Impact of Colorado Assessment Literacy Efforts on Arts Disciplines
Friday November 11 4:30–5:30 Mustang 4
Karol Gates, Angela Landrum, Donna Goodwin & Judi Hofmeister – Colorado Department of Education



A Pilot of Model Cornerstone Assessments for National Music Standards
Friday November 11 4:30–5:30 Mustang 6
Dr. Frederick Burrack & Dr. Philip Payne
Kansas State University
Saturday November 12, 2016
CONCURRENT SESSIONS

8:30 – 9:30

Authentic Assessment of Creative Works
Saturday November 12 8:30–9:30 Mustang 1
Erik Jensen & Kishore Channabasavaiah - rateCreative

Mid America SEADAE Arts in Action
Saturday November 12 8:30–9:30 Mustang 2
Debra Wehrmann DeFrain - Nebraska Department of Education
Lana Hallmark – Arkansas Department of Education
Joyce Huser – Kansas Department of Education
Tom Tobias – Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
Kelsey Kling – The Texas Education Agency



Assessing Growth Over Three Years: A Middle School Visual Art Model
Saturday November 12 8:30–9:30 Mustang 3
Stacey L. Miller, Pennsylvania Department of Education Facilitator - Middletown Area School District
O. David Deitz – Pennsylvania Department of Education



Imagine the Possibilities: Discussion of an International Symposium on Assessment in Arts Education
Saturday November 12 8:30-9:30 Mustang 4
Dr. Timothy Brophy - University of Florida
Marcia McCaffrey - New Hampshire Department of Education - SEADAE, Immediate Past President

Authentic Artistic Assessment: The Statistically Reliable Next Generation
Saturday November 12 8:30–9:30 Mustang 6
Professor Raymond E. Veon -Caine College of the Arts - Utah State University
Scott Bartholomew - Utah State College of Education
10:00 – 11:00

Click and Learn!
Pepper Online Learning System for Self-Paced Professional Development with Embedded Assessment
Saturday November 12 10:00–11:00 Mustang 2
Jack McLaughlin, Ed.D. & Reggie Smith, M.Ed.
PCG Education

Assessing State Music Teaching Standards through Electronic Portfolios
Saturday November 12 10:00-11:00 Mustang 3
Dr. Frederick Burrack & Dr. Philip Payne
Kansas State University

MCA’s as a Measure of Student Practice
Part I of Exploring the Model Cornerstone Assessments in Policy & Practice
Saturday November 12 10:00-11:00 Mustang 4
Susan McGreevy Nichols - National Dance Education Organization
Jim Palmarini - Educational Theatre Association
Pamela Paulson, Ph.D. - NCCAS Media Arts Committee
Dr. F. Robert Sabol - Purdue University
Dr. Scott C. Shuler - Solutions Group
Lynn Tuttle - National Association for Music Education
Cory Wilkerson - NCCAS Project Manager

Michigan Arts Assessment Resources: For Voluntary Use Within School Improvement and Teacher Effectiveness
Saturday November 12 10:00-11:00 Mustang 6
Ana Luisa Cardona & Dr. Ed Roeber & Kathy Dewsbury-White
Michigan Assessment Consortium








11:30 – 12:30

Student-Centered Assessment
Saturday November 12 11:30-12:30 Mustang 1
Mel Pontious - State Education Agency Directors of Arts Education, retired
Judy Kirby - Carthage College
Lynn Molenda - Alverno College
















Arts Assessment for Dallas ISD/ Plan, Implementation and Results
Saturday November 12 11:30-12:30 Mustang 3
Elaine Tomas & Aaron Ware & Kathy Williams-Palmer - Dallas Independent School District


Benchmarking Student work using the Model Cornerstone Assessments
Part II of Exploring the Model Cornerstone Assessments in Policy & Practice
Saturday November 12 11:30-12:30 Mustang 4
Susan McGreevy Nichols - National Dance Education Organization
Jim Palmarini - Educational Theatre Association
Pamela Paulson, Ph.D. - NCCAS Media Arts Committee
Dr. F. Robert Sabol - Purdue University
Dr. Scott C. Shuler - Solutions Group
Lynn Tuttle - National Association for Music Education
Cory Wilkerson - NCCAS Project Manager

Arts Assessment Item Development as Professional Development: Reflections from Michigan
Saturday November 12 11:30-12:30 Mustang 6
Ryan Shaw - Capital University
Stuart Chapman Hill - Webster University
Cynthia Taggart - Michigan State University
1:30 – 2:30

The Portfolio Approach: How portfolio practice in arts integrated classroom projects provides a window to student learning
Saturday November 12 1:30-2:30 Mustang 1
Joseph Spilberg & Scott Sikkema – Chicago Arts Partnerships
Larry Scripp – Center for Music and the Arts in Education


Evidence in Arts Assessment
Saturday November 12 1:30-2:30 Mustang 2
Michelle Livek - University of Missouri
Tom Tobias - Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

Mobile Online Arts Assessment Tool (MOBART): Changing how classroom teachers teach, integrate, and evaluate the arts. Research and practice from the Integrating Arts through Common Core to Ensure Student Success (iACCESS) project
Saturday November 12 1:30-2:30 Mustang 3
Dr. Corey Greenlaw & Robert Bullwinkel - Fresno County Office of Education
David Reider - Education Design, Inc.
Kim Morin - California State University, Fresno

Customizing the Model Cornerstone Assessments for Your Classroom
Part III of Exploring the Model Cornerstone Assessments in Policy & Practice
Saturday November 12 1:30-2:30 Mustang 4
Susan McGreevy Nichols - National Dance Education Organization
Jim Palmarini - Educational Theatre Association
Pamela Paulson, Ph.D. - NCCAS Media Arts Committee
Dr. F. Robert Sabol - Purdue University
Dr. Scott C. Shuler - Solutions Group
Lynn Tuttle - National Association for Music Education
Cory Wilkerson - NCCAS Project Manager

Good in good out: Assessing quality arts instruction’s impact on social and emotional learning
Saturday November 12 1:30- 2:30 Mustang 5
Greg MacPherson & Lisa Schmidt & Sam Williamson - Big Thought


Developing Innovative Approaches to High School Arts Assessments
Saturday November 12 1:30-2:30 Mustang 6
Dr. Ed Roeber - Michigan Assessment Consortium - Katy Colletti - Creative Possibilities
Michele Agosto - Buffalo Public Schools - Bradley Morrison - Ossining Schools
3:00 – 4:00

Teaching and Assessing Student-Centered Learning in the Arts
Saturday November 12 3:00-4:00 Mustang 1
Demaris Hansen - The Hartt School - University of Hartford

Arts Assessment for Learning: Transforming Teacher Practice and Student Achievement in the Arts
Saturday November 12 3:00-4:00 Mustang 2
Maria Palma - New York City Department of Education & Joanna Hefferen - ArtsConnection



Examining Engagement: Student Assessment In and Through the Arts
Saturday November 12 3:00-4:00 Mustang 3
Bryan Powell & Ryan Zellner - Little Kids Rock



How Might MCA’s Connect to Policy?
Part IV of Exploring the Model Cornerstone Assessments in Policy & Practice
Saturday November 12 3:00-4:00 Mustang 4
Susan McGreevy Nichols - National Dance Education Organization
Jim Palmarini - Educational Theatre Association
Pamela Paulson, Ph.D. - NCCAS Media Arts Committee
Dr. F. Robert Sabol - Purdue University
Dr. Scott C. Shuler - Solutions Group
Lynn Tuttle - National Association for Music Education
Cory Wilkerson - NCCAS Project Manager

Teacher Development and Evaluation in the Arts - Opportunities for Arts Literacy as a Whole School Reform Initiative
Saturday November 12 3:00-4:00 Mustang 5
Jeremy Holien - Perpich Center for Arts Education

Analyzing Student Work to Improve Instruction and Show Student Growth
Saturday November 12 3:00-4:00 Mustang 6
Denese Odegaard - Fargo Public Schools

4: 30 – 5:30
Symposium Closing Session
Saturday November 12 4:30-5:30 Mustang 4