F2016 – Engaging Students in the Assessment Process, K-5

Tammy Mulligan & Clare Landrigan

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Tammy Mulligan and Clare Landrigan have been working in the field of professional development for the past 23 years. They began their work together co-teaching in an integrated first and second grade classroom at the Eliot Pearson Children’s School in Medford, Massachusetts. They then spent four years as educational consultants for Tufts University in the Center for Applied Child Development. Their next professional home was Wayland, Massachusetts, as the directors of curriculum for English Language Arts for Wayland Public Elementary Schools. Clare and Tammy now run a private staff development business, Teachers for Teachers. They work with various school systems to implement best practices in the field of literacy and to engage in institutional change through shared leadership. They have written a book titled, Assessment in Perspective: Focusing on the Reader Behind the Numbers and are contributing writers for Choice Literacy and Lead Literacy.  Visit the authors at www.teachersforteacher.net.

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