The Academic Parent-Teacher Teams (APTT) model isn’t just the latest trend in classrooms across the country; it’s a great way to refresh the traditional parent-teacher conference in a way that’s productive and beneficial for you, your students, and their caregivers.
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Portfolios offer a more holistic view of a student’s progress than many other forms of assessment and can be used to capture more learning modalities. Here are four tips to make the most of them in the classroom!
Sharing the right student data with parents when conference time rolls around can help you paint a clearer picture of each child's process, and give parents meaningful strategies to help their child continue making improvements.
Common assessments have a tremendous impact on student learning. Study Island's Test Builder helps teachers collaborate to efficiently create and administer these assessments in the classroom.
By extending the partnership between our Study Island formative assessment solution and NWEA MAP Link, grade 9-12 educators can now easily pinpoint students' strengths and weaknesses and instruction instruction for their needs.
Formative assessment is a proven method to improve student achievement both in the short term and over the long run, and Study Island includes a variety of features to help educators implement this strategy in the classroom!