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$75

Instructor Supported: Using Formative Assessment to Shape Instruction

This course will increase your capacity to implement formative assessments and use the resulting data to inform your instruction. You will explore formative assessment delivery options that facilitate immediate, targeted, actionable feedback to students. Each module will include a variety of materials that increase your knowledge of the theory and practice of formative assessments. You will dig into the why, what, and how of formative assessment and learn how it leads to increased student engagement and deeper learning for all students. Throughout the course, there will be multiple opportunities for all teachers from K-12 to explore and create a variety of formative assessment types.

$50

Self-Directed Course: Introduction to Phenomena-Driven Instruction

The why, what, and how of phenomena-driven instruction. Explore and experience phenomena-driven instruction and collaborate with colleagues to identify high-quality phenomena and problems, redesign a current lesson, and develop a new phenomena-driven unit.

$75.00

Instructor-Supported: Introduction to Phenomena-Driven Instruction

The why, what, and how of phenomena-driven instruction. Explore and experience phenomena-driven instruction and collaborate with colleagues to identify high-quality phenomena and problems, redesign a current lesson, and develop a new phenomena-driven unit.

$25

Increase Student Engagement, Decrease Teacher Workload

This 5 hours course will increase your capacity to establish classroom routines that increase student agency and ownership of their learning. 
First, dive into the why, what, and how classroom routines contribute to a healthy environment that builds a sense of belonging for all students.
Then, explore low-prep and no-prep high-impact activities that teach content and noncognitive skills.
Finally, curate a library of go-to activities that decrease your prep time and increase student engagement.

Class time is too valuable for students to be

Learn how to build and sustain

reliable, predictable classroom routines

that build community and engagement.

Classroom Routines

Mindful Assessment

Meaningful assessment that encourages learning by rewarding students and deeper learning.

Assess what really matters.

Build Empathy

Incorporate perspective-taking activities that build empathy and encourage students to be solution finders.

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Free for educators.