Classroom Assessment to Support Learning Through Self-Regulation

Classroom Assessment to Support Learning Through Self-Regulation
Wednesday, July 20, 2022; 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.● Molloy University, Rockville Centre Campus
(6 CTLEs Offered)

Presenter: Dr. Sarah M. Bonner 

Conference Description:
This session situates classroom assessment within the theoretical framework of self-regulated learning (SRL). A wealth of empirical research shows that the way students are assessed influences both how and what they learn. When we design assessments with self-regulation in mind, student participation in the assessment process promotes their academic achievement, social skills, metacognition, and strategies for learning. The model of classroom assessment presented in this session incorporates SRL into all phases of classroom teaching, from pre-assessment to grading, and is simple to apply to ordinary practice in diverse classrooms. Conference attendees will learn about the research that supports this model, see authentic examples, explore techniques, and set goals for their own practice.  

Intended Audience:
K-12 teachers and administrators.

Learning Objectives: Conference participants will:
- Identify classroom assessment as a learning experience for students and teachers;
- Make connections between classroom assessment practices and key phases and processes of self-regulation;
- Report big ideas from empirical research on classroom assessment and SRL;
- Describe actual and hypothetical practices that combine classroom assessment with SRL support;
- Reflect on their past practices and future plans for assessment in their own lives.

Speaker Bio:  

Dr. Sarah M. Bonner is a professor in Educational Psychology in the School of Education at Hunter College, City University of New York.  Her scholarship includes empirical research and theory-building about validity in classroom assessment, and the intersection of classroom assessment and student self-regulated learning. She teaches at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels in the domains of classroom assessment, tests and measurement, research methods, statistics, and program evaluation. 

The conference will be given in the Hagan Center, Room 239 (second floor) on the Rockville Centre campus of Molloy University located at 1000 Hempstead Avenue, Rockville Centre, NY 11571. Travel directions will be sent with your confirmation, but can also be downloaded by clicking here.

If you should need hotel arrangements, please click here for a list of area hotels or call 516.323.3553.

Breakfast and Lunch:
A continental breakfast and buffet lunch is included in your tuition. If you should have any dietary requests please contact Ramona Ali at: or by calling her at: 516-323-3553.

CTLE Credit
This conference is approved for 6 hours of Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE). Click here for further information on the CTLE requirements.

Conference Tuition Rates (includes breakfast and lunch):
Regular Registration until 7/15: $145
Late Registration, after 7/15: $175
Molloy Full-Time Students (Use Molloy student email when registering): $50
Non-Molloy Full-Time Students (provide copy of student ID at check-in): $75 
Molloy Faculty and Staff: No Charge (Use Molloy email when registering)
Molloy Alumni: 25% discount

Conference Registration:

Click here to register online. If you have a problem please call the CE Office at 516-323-3550.
You may also phone in your registration by calling 516.323.3550 with your MasterCard, Discover, Visa, or purchase order information. 

Please note that completing the information for this conference through a program such as My Learning Plan Inc. is mainly for you to receive permission to take this conference from your district. Once you receive permission to take the conference from your district you will still need to register for the conference. There is no connection between My Learning Plan Inc. and your official registration for this conference.

Please also note: if your district will be paying for you to attend the conference, we know that it can take some time before your district might issue a check. Therefore, it would be advisable for you to send in your registration first, even though the check from the district might not have been processed yet, to avoid being closed-out of the conference or to take advantage of the early registration discount. If multiple registrations from the same district will be paid through a purchase order, all the registrations should be sent at the same time.

Confirmation of your registration and travel directions will be sent to you upon receipt of your registration.

Refund Policy
A full refund will be granted as long as you contact us one week prior to the start of the conference. However, substitutions can be made until the day of the conference at no charge. 

Conference Details 
The most up-to-date scheduling information can be found on this conference webpage. We will also email out the conference information if you are on our mailing list.  Join our mailing list online  or contact Ramona Ali, Assistant to the Director, Summer Sessions and Conference Services by email: or by phone: 516.323.3553.