These templates can be shared with students to use to set goals and reflect on their learning. Choose a skill and administer a formative assessment. Students graph their baseline data from that assessment and record their strengths and goals for growth. Then, they make a plan for improvement. After recording the results of two subsequent formative assessments, students note if they have shown improvement over time, and make a plan for what they should do next to enhance their own learning.Read More
In this webinar, digital engineers will discuss a variety of digital tools teachers can use to differentiate their instruction in a math classroom. Presenters will show attendees how to use tools for both elementary and secondary students.
This artifact introduces viewers to the Myers Briggs Indicator Tool, which classifies people into one of 16 personality types based on 4 criteria. It provides examples for teachers of how this tool can be used with students to build an understanding classroom culture as well as examples for administrators of how this tool can be used within departments and PLCs to create highly functioning teams.Read More
Do you need to learn Google Classroom from the basics? This step-by-step tutorial will take you through each area of Google Classroom and give you tasks to complete to build your own Google Classroom and experiment with the different features before sharing with your students. These step-by-step directions will take you from a beginner to an advanced Google Classroom teacher.Read More
This video will instruct teachers how to digitally create manipulatives for their primary students. They will be using Google Slides, Microsoft Powerpoint, or Apple Keynote to create ten frames and base 10 blocks for students to manipulate on any device.Read More