Home ] Current Events ] Planning Group ] Activities ] Links ] [SLAC Home]

 wislogo.gif (5439 bytes)


October Seminar

Wednesday, October 28, 2009 - 12:00 - 1:00pm


Women's Interchange at SLAC (WIS) is pleased to present

Dr. Susan E. Schultz

        Stanford School of Education    

speaking on

 "Assessing Students' Science Learning:
Lessons from a Statewide Pilot Project in Ohio"


Dr. Schultz will discuss the nationwide focus on accountability and the need to develop reliable
performance assessments to measure students’ learning. Based on initial development work with
Envision Schools in San Francisco, she will share an exciting pilot project she has been collaborating
on with the Ohio Department of Education and exemplary science teachers from across that state.
Project goals are to improve the learning process, increase student achievement, and design reliable assessments to measure achievement in science learning.


Dr. Schultz, former SLAC Education Officer, is currently the Associate Director for Teaching,
Learning, and Assessment in the School Redesign Network in the Stanford School of Education.
She also teaches and mentors science teachers in the Stanford Teacher Education Program (STEP).
Susan taught science at Menlo Atherton High School for ten years before earning her Ph.D. in
Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment in Science Education at Stanford.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009
12:00 - 1:00 pm

SLAC Panofsky Auditorium, Building 43
2575 Sand Hill Rd, Menlo Park, CA

Everyone is welcome – bring your lunch and a friend





Hit Counter

Corrine Purcell email: purcell@slac.stanford.edu

Last Updated 03/24/10