Teachers are always striving to find novel and effective means of assessing student knowledge and teaching effectiveness. This Presentation was created by Dr. Pattie Johnston, an expert in assessment and educational measurement, from The University of Tampa Education Department to provide an overview of methods that can be adopted for classroom use.
Guest Speaker Dr. Tristan Glenn
Dr. Tristan Glenn received his Ph.D. in special Education from USF in 2013. He is a former elementary and middle school special educator and was also a behavior specialist. He served as a district trainer for some years. He is currently an Assistant Professor at Mercer University Atlanta in their Tift College of Education. His area of research is the effective instruction of students of color with disabilities. He joined us as a guest speaker during our Summer 2013 and 2014 workshops.
During our 2013 summer workshops, Dr. Tristan Glenn gave a guest presentation on Differentiated Instruction. The link to the right gives you a video of the presentation given at UT in 2013
During our 2014 summer workshops, Dr. Glenn gave guest presentation on Collaborative Learning. A pdf of his presentation is here: