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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Proven Tips and Strategies to Face the State Summative Assessment

Regardless of what state students are getting their education in, state summative assessments are a challenge all students must face. Each state has different requirements and different subjects in which end of course assessments are given. There are a few … 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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StepUp to the Right Solution for Your Campus

Are you having difficulty in choosing the best assessment rehearsal program for your school? Lumos Learning has the answer! What are you looking for? Practice assessments that mimic your state assessment? Remedial and deep remedial lessons to close achievement gaps? … Continue reading

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How to Score Better on the Georgia Milestones Assessment System (GMAS)

Taking any standardized test can be stressful, but if you understand the format of the test and how their answers will be graded, they may have an easier time. The GMAS (Georgia Milestones Assessment System) is no different. The first … Continue reading

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How Smart Board Quizzes Help Engage Students in the Classroom

Teaching has always been a challenge because students, like people in general, can get distracted easily. But with technology continually advancing in recent years and more and more students owning smartphones, being a classroom teacher can easily feel like a … Continue reading

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Teaching Shakespeare in the 21st-Century

With tablets provided for each student in Albert Cavalluzzo’s 10th-grade class, students go through the opening act of “Macbeth, by swiping digital pages on their screens. The famous William Shakespeare play was first published on paper nearly 500 years ago. … Continue reading

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