During a recent edWebinar, Kelli Etheredge, a Director of Teaching and Learning Resources in Mobile, AL, identified key benefits of formative assessment technologies presented by members of the Microsoft Education team. These benefits include being able to accommodate the needs of diverse learners by developing more personalized learning pathways, so that every student can reach a level of success.
Discover why choice and relevancy are two powerful levers for engaging learners that educators can use to increase student motivation and engagement.
Join us for an edWebinar that bolsters your understanding of MTSS and increases your confidence in supporting an effective implementation in your own school or district.
Join us for an edWebinar that deepens your understanding of effective assessment practices and increases your ability to impactfully use assessment data to support each student.
In this edWebinar you’ll learn about tools that will help you understand where your students are and how best to support them.
Learn about effective strategies for helping students obtain computational and procedural fluency so that they retain more of what they learn and avoid common misconceptions.
Learn how more challenging performance tasks drive deeper learning gains for students and how to construct connected tasks that build on prior learning.
In this edWebinar, we will discuss ways classroom teachers and administrators can adjust current practices to increase learning for all students.
In this edWebinar, the mathematics coordinator from the Waukegan Community Unit School District #60 in Illinois will discuss how the district employs a continuous and connected approach to improving assessment, instruction and learning.
Whether you are a first-year teacher or a veteran teacher, classroom and system-wide assessments can be a time of high anxiety and stress for everyone involved. In this recent edWebinar, Vernice Y. Jones, a candidate in the M.Ed. in School Counseling Program, Freed-Hardeman University, TN, lays out strategies and ground rules for what works and what doesn’t work when it comes to assessments.