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Encore Episode 10: 3D Task Assessment Resources with Aneesha Badrinarayan

 


We are taking a look back at a great conversation on the NGSNavigators Podcast! Today we're featuring our discussion with guest Aneesha Badrinarayan.

Aneesha Badrinarayan, former director of Special Projects and Initiatives, of Achieve’s Task Annotation Project in Science (TAPS), joined us on Episode 33 of the podcast to talk 3D Task Assessment Resources. Listen as Aneesha walks us through 3D assessments and what the most important features of high-quality science tasks are.

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Episode 033: 3D Task Assessment Resources with Aneesha Badrinarayan

 

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 Summary:

If you’ve asked yourself, what does it actually look like for students to demonstrate progress towards the 3D standards? Or what are the most important features of high-quality science tasks? Well, Achieve has answers! These were the questions that drove the Achieve’s Task Annotation Project in Science (TAPS) and associate director Aneesha Badrinarayan is on today’s episode to tell us all about it.

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 Show Highlights

  • 02:00 - 09:00    Introduction to Achieve and TAPS
  • 09:00 - 15:30    How TAPS assessments align with high-stakes testing
  • 15:45 -...
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