There are lots of different ways to assess student learning, and establishing some common vocabulary provides a framework for identifying the most appropriate ways to use assessment as a part of quality instruction. Two of the most common types are formative assessment and summative assessment. Let’s break those down!
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The fall semester has arrived, and Michigan educators are ready to look forward to another school year of new students and new learning. But, with finalized 2019 M-STEP test results just released by the Michigan Department of Education, this is the perfect time to look back and reflect on how previous performance can inform new approaches.
Edmentum’s September Webinars: Formative Assessments with Study Island and The Importance of Play in the Classroom
Edmentum holds monthly webinars of informative and educational topics that are great opportunities for all educators to conveniently fulfill professional development requirements and also stay on t
Edmentum holds monthly webinars of informative and educational topics that are great opportunities for all educators to conveniently fulfill professional development requirements and also stay on top of the latest Edmentum news. In August, we’re focusing on the new updates and enhancements of our products.
[Study Island + Exact Path] How Two Texas Districts Boosted Student Achievement Through Intervention, Acceleration, and Practice
Educators are often faced with two seemingly competing priorities: providing instruction for each student at the just-right level and making sure that students can demonstrate mastery on the grade-
There is no silver bullet for improving student achievement; instead, progress often comes through focused initiatives that impact a variety of aspects of a school’s or district’s educational progr