Learn how more challenging performance tasks drive deeper learning gains for students and how to construct connected tasks that build on prior learning.
Shifting from an industrial-age education model to a post-industrial learner-centered model is an essential part of preparing students for college and 21st century careers, and the process works best when the learner-centered approach is applied to the professional learning of teachers and administrators, as well as the education of their students.
Attendees will gain a framework for impactful professional learning, learn about assessment tools and strategies that support and inform a competency-based approach to learning, and hear from school leaders using the model.
This edWebinar will teach you to use collected information to focus on instruction and effectively communicate to families and others involved in the child’s education.
In this edWebinar, learn the essential elements of assessment that improve learning and illustrate classroom strategies that improve learning for all students.
edWeb.net, an award-winning professional learning network, today joined forces with Pearson on its professional learning community, Assessment for Learning. Hosted on edWeb, the site will provide an online forum where educators can learn from top experts to improve assessment practices, explore new tools, and personalize teaching for every child.
In this edWebinar, Jan Bryan, Ed.D., shows you how to use formative assessment to give students a greater stake in their own success
It’s not the providing of feedback, but students’ use of it that makes feedback effective. In this edWeb webinar Susan M. Brookhart, PhD and consultant for Brookhart Enterprises LLC shared with attendees the characteristics of feedback that is most likely to be useful to students.
As schools receive the results on their new assessments, new and surprising gaps are emerging. Kevin Baird, Chairman at the nonprofit Center for College & Career Readiness, revealed the latest assessment data, uncovering the new priority skill gaps grade by grade, in ELA and Mathematics.
When we see students struggling, our first response is often to try to rescue them from that struggle. But, not all struggle is bad. In fact, if you help students struggle the right way, you can not only make them become better learners, you can dramatically increase their motivation to take full ownership of their own learning. In this edWeb webinar, attendees learned how to tell the difference between productive and destructive struggle, and specific ways to foster productive struggle and curtail destructive struggle.