In this edWebinar, school superintendents and one state superintendent of public instruction share how they lead the drives to leverage online assessments.
In this edWebinar, Jan Bryan, Ed.D., shows you how to use formative assessment to give students a greater stake in their own success
In this edWebinar, Dr. Fisher explains what it means to be assessment-capable and shows how educators can foster assessment-capable learners.
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In this research-driven presentation, Kevin Baird, Chairman at the nonprofit Center for College & Career Readiness, presents practical, pragmatic strategies to finish strong – accelerating literacy skills and creating routines students can take into the summer.
Kevin Baird, Chairman at the nonprofit Center for College & Career Readiness, presents a practical, pragmatic five-step routine any teacher in any grade and any subject can use to help students make sense of assessment questions.
K-12 educators explore ways to rework an existing performance task to show what all students with different learning styles can do.
In this webinar, participants will analyze examples of oral and written feedback, evaluate their quality, and judge their effectiveness.
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.
Waiting until learning is complete to correct gaps or misconceptions can sometimes be too late. Changing instruction in the moment as a response to how and what students are learning is the key to ensuring that all students succeed. Technology certainly makes the formative assessment process easier and more effective.