Steve Chappuis brings a strong background in educational administration to ATI. His leadership experiences include serving as a junior high principal, a senior high principal and executive director responsible for supervision of schools and principals. As an assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction, he implemented a standards-based instructional program that included comprehensive assessment plans with policies and professional development in classroom assessment.
At ATI, Steve works with educators to help establish balanced and effective local assessment systems. He is also responsible for our leadership for excellence in assessment program - professional development for school leaders and policy makers, and is the co-author of Assessment Balance and Quality: An Action Guide for School Leaders 3rd. Ed.
- Chappuis, Jan, Stiggins, R. Chappuis, S., Arter, J. (2012). Classroom Assessment for Student Learning: Doing It Right—Using It Well.
- Chappuis, S., Stiggins, R.J., Commodore, C. (2010). Assessment Balance and Quality: An Action Guide for School Leaders, 3rd ed. Read Chapter 1
- Chappuis, S., Stiggins, R.J., Arter, J., & Chappuis, J. (2004). Assessment for Learning: An Action Guide for School Leaders, 2nd ed. Read the Table of Contents
- Chappuis, J., & Chappuis, S. (2002). Understanding School Assessment: A Parent and Community Guide to Helping Students Learn.
- Chappuis, Stephen, Chappuis, Jan & Stiggins, Richard (02/01/2009). Supporting Teacher Learning Teams. Educational Leadership, 66(5), 56-60.
- Chappuis, Stephen & Stiggins, Richard J. (10/10/2008). Finding balance: Assessment in the middle school classroom. Middle Ground, 12(2), 12-15.
- Chappuis, Stephen (01/01/2007). Sound assessment through proper policy. The School Administrator, 1(64), 24-26.
- Chappuis, Stephen & Stiggins, Richard J. (11/01/2005). Putting testing in perspective: It's for learning. Principal Leadership, 6(2), 16-20.
- Chappuis, Stephen (01/01/2004). Leading assessment for learning: Using classroom assessment in school improvement. Texas Association of School Administrators Professional Journal - INSIGHT, 18(3), 18-22.