Due to an overwhelming number of applications for the 2017 Summits, Achieve will be hosting a third EQuIP Summit, Summit Midwest, on January 24-26, 2018 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The two-day summit will introduce participants to the new EQuIP Task Rubrics for Mathematics  and English Language Arts (ELA)/Literacy  and the new Student Work Analysis Tool . More information about each tool can be found below.
Participants at the EQuIP summit will learn how to use both tools in content-specific settings and can implement them immediately or provide training for members of their community afterward. Achieve will cover all transportation and hotel costs for the convening, and will provide dedicated time for exploring how best to use each tool in support of improving instructional materials. To learn more about the summit click here . Space is limited. To apply to participate at the summit, please fill out the questionnaire here  by December 29, 2017.
The previous Summits were held:
EQuIP for ELA and Mathematics Summit East from May 31 – June 2, 2017 in Orlando, FL
EQuIP for ELA and Mathematics Summit West from June 5 – 7, 2017 in San Diego, CA
The EQuIP Task Rubrics for Mathematics  and English Language Arts (ELA)/Literacy  provide criteria to determine the quality and alignment of a single task (or suite of tasks). The primary objective of the task review process is to determine the quality of a single task. The rubrics can be used for multiple purposes and audiences as described below.
For administrators or coaches:
For task developers:
The EQuIP Mathematics Task Review Rubric:
The EQuIP English Language Arts (ELA)/Literacy Task Review Rubric:
The EQuIP for ELA and Mathematics Student Work Analysis Tool (SWAT)  describes a process for collecting and analyzing student responses to the demands of a task.
The objectives are:
This protocol can be adapted and/or used for multiple purposes. For example:
The Student Work Analysis Tool: