Teachers need the best data possible to make informed instructional decisions. This is especially true in response to disrupted instruction caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Access our free webinar discussing how educators can use literacy assessments to make meaningful decisions to support instruction.
In this session, Lior Klirs, director of humanities assessment at Great Minds®, joined panelists Karen Clemons, a K–6 ELA curriculum manager for Cincinnati Public Schools, and Karen Carpenter, a Title 1 reading specialist in Sumner County, TN, to share their experiences making instructional decisions founded on assessment data. Attendees gained a deeper understanding of how curriculum-embedded assessments can provide powerful and efficient evidence for responding to student needs.
- Blog: "Prioritized Instruction for the 2021–2022 Academic Year"
- Melissa & Lori Love Literacy Podcast Ep. 35: "Reading assessments NEED an upgrade!"
- Melissa & Lori Love Literacy Podcast Ep. 37: "Meredith Liben & Sue Pimentel on the Standards, Assessment, and Data"
- Ambitious Teaching and Equitable Assessment
- How and How Not to Prepare Students for the New Tests
- 3 Principles for Assessments During Instructional Recovery and Beyond
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