Interim Assessment Survey


My name is Dr. TJ Heck, and I am the Director of Science Assessments at CenterPoint Education Solutions. I have been working to develop science assessments aligned to NGSS for 10 years and now have the privilege of developing curriculum-aligned assessments for science. I am interested in knowing more about what factors may affect districts and schools when considering the use of interim assessments in science. I have developed a survey to gather information that will inform the design of middle school science interim assessments aligned to science curriculum and the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) to support student learning. The purpose of the science interim assessments is to gauge student progress and inform science curriculum and instructional planning for the current and future school years. To help inform the design of the science interim assessments, please respond to the survey. This survey should be completed by district or school personnel responsible for making decisions about purchasing assessment solutions for science in the district/school.

Please respond to the survey by Friday, Feb 24, 2023. It should only take about 7 minutes of your time.

Thank you!

TJ Heck
Director, Science Assessment
CenterPoint Education Solutions
m: 843.364.5054
w: theck
Personal pronouns: She/Her/Hers

I am working from the lands of the Peoria, Anishinabewaki, Sauk, and Mississauga Peoples. I am grateful for their stewardship of this land throughout the generations.

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