Conferences that Teachers Can Attend for the Academic Year 2020

Teachers in most states are required to take courses, attend conferences, or sit through professional development workshops to keep their certification. However, teachers often find these opportunities long and tedious, either irrelevant to their classes or too repetitive. Some conferences … Continue reading

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Understanding Synchronous and Asynchronous Distance Learning Environments

Distance learning has recently taken on new meaning. Students, educators, and parents all over the world are adapting to students learning online. As a school administrator, you may ask: What considerations should be given to choosing a distance learning program … Continue reading

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Increase Your Chances to Score better on Different Item Types You May Face in the State Assessments

State assessments across the country use a variety of item types to measure student progress according to each state’s standards. Popular item types students are likely to encounter selected response, evidence-based selected response, and technology-enhanced constructed response. Below you’ll find … Continue reading

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Strategies for Teachers to help Students do better on the Reading Comprehension

State reading comprehension assessments are often a significant challenge for teachers and the students they’re trying to prepare to take them. Not all students read on the same level, and today’s students often struggle here more than in any other … Continue reading

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How to Measure the Effectiveness of Your District-Level Learning Program

Public education is a high stakes endeavor. Students, parents, and community members have expectations for a school district to effectively educate its students. On top of this are state standardized assessments, which result accountability scores for a district. For these … Continue reading

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Translating the Physics Model Science Curriculum Framework into Local Curriculum

In this workshop, educators will work collaboratively to understand the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and its usage in science curricular frameworks. Registration For more details on registration, use the link below Registration Link The conference dates: May 26, 2016 … Continue reading

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PARCC Data: Conversations That Drive the Cycle of Teaching and Learning

This session focus on PARCC score reports to evaluate state, district and school trends to generate best curricular and instructional practices that drive the cycle of teaching and learning. Registration For more details on registration, use the link below Registration … Continue reading

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Translating Middle School Earth&Space Sciences Model Sci Curriculum Framework into Local Curriculum

In this workshop, educators will work collaboratively to understand the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and its usage in science curricular frameworks. Registration For more details on registration, use the link below Registration Link The conference dates: May 13, 2016 … Continue reading

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