Assessment Support

Assessment Tools  English Language Arts and Mathematics  Computer Adaptive Comprehensive Interim Assessments (CA-CIAs)  » Computer adaptive, quasi-secure comprehensive interim assessments that replace the computer adaptive, highly secure (Policy 2340 training required) Classroom Benchmark Assessments (CBAs), have the same test blueprint as the WVGSA, and report group and individual student data on content standard mastery. BelowContinue reading “Assessment Support”

Backwards Design

Understanding by Design by Ryan S. Bowen Print Version Cite this guide:  Bowen, R. S.  (2017). Understanding by Design. Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching. Retrieved [todaysdate] from Overview The Benefits of Using Backward Design The Three Stages of Backward Design The Backward Design Template Overview Understanding by Design is a book written by Grant WigginsContinue reading “Backwards Design”

Edutopia -Making Videos BLENDED LEARNING A 5-Step Guide to Making Your Own Instructional Videos Replacing your lectures with self-made videos can boost students’ engagement and free you up to work with them directly.By Kareem Farah, Robert BarnettAugust 20, 2019 ©Edutopia Imagine lecturing to a class in which some of your students are grade levels behind, some are grade levels ahead,Continue reading “Edutopia -Making Videos”

Helpful Sites

HELPFUL WEBSITES STUDY GUIDES and STRATEGIES An educational public service helping learners succeed since 1996: over 10.4 million visitors in 39 languages in 2011. MY PLAN Planning and Exploring Study Stack  Study Blue  Kids’s Against Bullying  Teens Against Bullying  KidsHealth  Teen Central  The Cool Spot  MATH HELP Brilliant Sign up for free…. Explore and Learn GEOGEBRA GeoGebra is dynamicContinue reading “Helpful Sites”

Quality Questioning

Quality Questioning August 4, 2021gsumner3rd Walsh & Sattes on Questioning (2 Minutes) The following is a list of important “nuggets of knowledge” from Quality Questioning: ► Most students don’t understand that when they don’t respond because they are not sure of the answer, they deprive the teacher of information he or she could use to helpContinue reading “Quality Questioning”