In this edWebinar, you’ll learn the differences between upwardly mobile and downwardly mobile careers, as well as how to help students find and prepare for upwardly mobile careers.
In this edWebinar, learn how to use learning progressions most effectively in your district to maximize the instructional value of your formative data.
In this edWebinar, school superintendents and one state superintendent of public instruction share how they lead the drives to leverage online assessments.
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
In this edWebinar, Dr. Fisher explains what it means to be assessment-capable and shows how educators can foster assessment-capable learners.
Presented by Dr. Rick Stiggins, Founder, Assessment Training Institute Sponsored by Renaissance® WATCH THE EDWEBINAR RECORDING If you attended the live session, you’ll be emailed a CE certificate within 24 hours of the edWebinar. If you view the recording and would like a CE certificate, join the Assessment for Learning community and go to the edWebinar Archives folder to take the CE quiz. Assessment is the process of gathering evidence… read more →
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.