Many assessment teams and educators have found creative and flexible methods for completing evaluation components virtually. These include adopting new measures that allow for the flexibility required in virtual administration and working collaboratively with Part C programs to share data and observations as children transition between programs. Norm-Referenced Assessment Tools for Children Birth to Age Five Years with… Read More Lemonade from Non-Standard Lemons: Virtual Administration of Early Childhood Assessments
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Create a Culture Create a culture where every family feels a sense of belonging to the school. Communicate what the student is learning and offer ongoing training to support families’ efforts to extend learning from school to home. Learning Heroes Roadmap offers parents a variety of ways to keep their child on track. Communicate Effectively… Read More Five Simple Ways to Engage Families
These are unprecedented times, and nowhere is this more apparent than in our public schools. Each district is responding differently: virtual instruction, face-to-face instruction, or a hybrid approach. With situations so varied, I would like to offer a versatile strategy that will work across teaching formats, across grade levels, across content areas, and across disability… Read More Using Gestural Responses to Engage and Educate Your Diverse Group of Learners
It’s not often that one tool can be used for most academic subjects and also work in both the virtual and face to face classroom. But these two tools can do just that. Online collaboration tools Online collaboration tools are often used in the business industry to help teams share information on projects. Educators can… Read More Hybrid Tools for Learning
There are many ways to support students’ development of positive academic behaviors virtually and in-person. “It’s not what you say or do that ultimately matters… It IS what you get the students to do as a result of what you said and did that counts.” Anita Archer. Research consistently shows that student engagement (on-task, active participation in the… Read More Supporting ALL Students’ Academic Behaviors during Virtual and In-person Instruction