9:30 am - 11:30 am
Research has shown that using data in instructional decisions can lead to student success. Teachers who develop useful assessments, provide corrective instruction, and give students second chances to demonstrate success can improve their instruction and help students learn.
Teachers attending will learn how to make assessments useful and more meaningful, how to gather data and use it for instruction, and how to use high-quality corrective instruction designed to remedy whatever learning errors the assessment identified. Corrective instruction is not the same as reteaching, which often consists of restating the original information. Instead, teachers will learn approaches that accommodate differences in students’ learning as well as develop alternative strategies to be more effective.
CEU’s available. $40/person.