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ThinkUp! is a dynamic curriculum and proven instructional path built upon a foundation of critical thinking. ThinkUp! helps students and educators understand problems, discover solutions, and take ownership of their education—resulting in mastery of the standards and improved performance.
Scaffolds are temporary learning supports designed to help students grow as independent learners and achieve grade level success. Join us to debunk some misconceptions and learn ten A+ scaffolding strategies to support any learner.
This webinar, hosted by Kelsins Santos, Bilingual/ESL Instructional Facilitator at Tyler ISD, is designed to provide educators effective and equitable writing growth strategies for English learners that fit into the increasingly digital landscape of education. Through looking at writing from the word-level and beyond, educators will learn how to use and apply hybrid tools to provide equitable and effective writing strategies for continual growth … in easy and accessible ways!
Dr. Karin Hess dispels 7 common misconceptions about rigor and “unpack” research-based strategies that uncover thinking, promote engagement, and build collaboration and self-direction skills.
Educators learn to understand i‑Ready’s potential for student growth and plan for a successful first year of implementation. Getting Good Data with i‑Ready is the integral first step for educators to begin implementing i‑Ready and building a classroom data culture with their students.
Educators will review the components of the i-Ready Texas toolbox and engage in hands-on exploration of the products within the toolbox. Educators will have time and an opportunity to plan/discuss small group, whole group and dig into the resources available.
Educators will review the components of the Standards Mastery assessment and engage in hands-on exploration of Standards Mastery Results by Test for class and student. They will discuss embedded resources for instruction within reports, as well as how to prepare for and use Standards Mastery to support standards-based instruction in the classroom.
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