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How to Create Clear Objectives to Assess Student Learning

In the lesson planning process, the daily measurement of student learning—a crucial formative assessment tool—is not often discussed in detail. Including clear objectives in a lesson plan is one way to ensure that student learning will be assessed in each lesson. In this webinar, a method for analyzing lesson activities that help to create observable and measurable content and language objectives will be presented.

Stephanie Garrone-Shufran

Dr. Stephanie Garrone-Shufran is an Assistant Professor of Education at Merrimack College. She teaches courses on all aspects of English learner (EL) education as well as language and literacy development. She works with aspiring teachers on how to create lesson plans that best meet the needs of native and non-native English-speaking students. She received her PhD in Curriculum and Instruction from Boston College.

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