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The Power in Purposeful, Flexible Grouping

About This Course Learn powerful research about how effective flexible, purposeful grouping can be. Participants will be grouped over five different ways throughout the workshop. Be prepared to have fun, move often with a purpose, and acquire the tools to…
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The Good, the Bad, and the Data: Effectively Using Data to Increase Student Learning

This session examines the ins and outs of Data-Driven Decision Making (D3M), debunking myths, demystifying the process, and developing strategies that can be used at all levels of school management.

The Connection: Curriculum, Instruction, and Formative Assessment

This workshop provides educators with strategies for implementing formative assessments to measure student progress, plus how to use that data for planning the next steps in the learning process.

Rethinking Traditional Assessment in a Technology-Rich Classroom

About This Course With so many technology tools available for schools, this session focuses on how teachers can leverage mobile devices to engage students and transform assessment into engaging exercises that inspire and motivate learners. Explore the paperless classroom and…
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Engaging 21st Century Minds With the Formative Assessment Process: “The Instructional Cha-Cha’s”

The “Cha-Cha-Cha’s” summarize the steps toward successfully implementing one of the most powerful strategies we can implement in our 21st century classrooms: the formative assessment process.

Assessment: How Do We Know They’re Learning

This workshop deals with both traditional and more authentic forms of assessment, since both forms should be included in a student’s overall portfolio.