If you missed the 2022 Reading Summit, you can still watch the Transforming Literacy OnDemand videos!
We know writers need feedback, but we know the feedback takes time. Here’s help in working smarter & faster to get your writers the feedback they need.
If grading is a sticky point for you, or if you feel like you have a system that works, please join us for this important and timely discussion. We’ll begin your exploration of grading, look at your current practices, and investigate alternatives living in the current debate.
In this series, the Keep Indiana Learning team will explore and dive deep into the ‘Leading the Rebound’ research one module at a time. We will explore ideas around educator and student agency along with recovering through the curriculum, instruction and assessment.
Ongoing assessment of student learning can be a challenge. Doing it in a virtual classroom seems nearly impossible! But it doesn’t have to be.
The restrictions this school year and the multiple versions of distance learning we have been asked to implement, have left everyone feeling like they are spinning out of control. There are things we can still control in our lesson design–Learning Objectives, Checks for Understanding, and Peer processing/Collaboration.
The fundamental purpose of a PLC is to improve instructional effectiveness that results in high levels of student learning for all. The 4 guiding questions of PLCs are the foundation of this work.