Whenever we use instruments to measure things, whether it’s a yardstick to measure height, a clock to measure drive time, or a test to measure student ability, there is some amount of noise that can result in slightly different measurements each time. That noise is called measurement error. In educational testing, this measurement error is more often referred to as the standard error of measurement—abbreviated “SEM.”
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Join us for a free, live webinar on Thursday, September 12, from 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM CST, as we dive into how Edmentum’s new partnership with Boulevard Arts is making world-famous art and historical artifacts accessible in the classroom via augmented reality (AR)!
For educators, learning games do more than help learners learn in a fun way. They also offer helpful ways to assess whether lessons are making sense to your class and to tweak your approach accordingly. And, of course, you’re reminding your adult learners that it’s all right to have a bit a fun in the classroom!
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
Virtual Learning Program Planning: 6 Ways to Design an Application Process That Sets Up Students for Success
Schools and districts can provide valuable flexibility, autonomy, and expanded course options by creating a virtual program, but making sure that the right students are connected with the opportunity needs to be the first step. Check out these tips from virtual program administrators around the country who have developed vetting and application processes that lead to successful student outcomes.
In this video, we’re exploring standard deviation—the statistics term you may (or may not) remember but will find handy when it comes to analyzing your assessment data! Let’s take a closer look at what standard deviation is, and then how you can use it to make sense of your data, starting with a simple definition.
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