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This week, I want to focus on something that I never considered until it affected my family: test formats and learning disabilities. Are my assessments accessible to all of my students?
Let’s discuss strategies to use for the different types of test questions students may see on tests – both classroom assessments and standardized tests.
I finally figured out that being smart doesn’t necessarily mean you understand how to take a test. What are test-taking strategies that my students need to know?
Like many teachers, I don’t believe in “teaching to the test.” At the same time, knowing what to expect on the test is important to calm students’ nerves. What should teachers focus on?
To make students stop and think about current events as history, I designed Documenting History: Creating a Primary Source. This independent project integrates social studies, ELA, and 21st skills. It would work well in both a traditional classroom or in distance learning.
My son has used Google Classroom for a few years now and knows the ins and outs of it. We recorded a video of what Google Classroom looks like from a student’s perspective.
Reviewing for ELA standardized testing can be boring. I wanted my students to enjoy test prep. My favorite way to practice skills is through gameplay.
Parents and teachers are all wondering how students will continue learning while schools are closed for the COVID-19 pandemic. This post will help both teachers and parents adjust to teaching and learning in a new educational environment.
I have had some questions about converting resources to digital files for Google classroom. Watch the video for a quick how to write on a PDF.