Representative: Adam Carter, Chief Academic Officer
Dilemma: Assessing habits of success.
Summit Public Schools has developed a personalized learning model that addresses four key elements of college and career readiness for every student.
The organization has already developed a robust assessment system for cognitive skills and content knowledge. They are now turning their attention to Habits of Success and creating targeted assessments for learning for each of five categories they define for Habits of Success: emotional intelligence, self-directed learning, learning strategies, academic mindsets, and school & classroom culture.
Measuring What We Value Through Multiple Forms of Assessment - a brief case study profiling the multiple short-term and long-term measures Summit uses to assess student outcomes in all four domains of college and career readiness
Habits of Success Assessment (slide deck) - defines each of the five habits, why each of them matters, and how the school currently assesses them