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In the area of assessment, our collective experience with designing and delivering online tests at such scale over the past two years has given us some good tea leaves to read.
But the future of testing post-COVID may be driven more by politics than by what educators most want to know about their students' progress, says one expert.
Despite occasional shifts to remote learning, robust supports have been key to keeping students on track in 2022.
Though many students are likely to spend most of this school year learning in-person, short-term shifts back to remote instruction could again chip away at the reliability of year-end assessments.
AI's prevalence is all around, but it is up to educators to embrace it and use intuitive technologies to fuel all students.
From Book Creator to Flippity, the four stars return to uncover the latest technology finds and add a lot of humor at the Orlando event.
Speaker Brianna Hodges says technology is here to stay and creating magic for students must be a priority.
Strong leadership and communication have been critical to administrative offices and all staff throughout schools.
Most districts have returned to a relatively normal school day but assessments show that historically marginalized students are still falling behind.
Extended learning, tutoring and small-group instruction lead the way as schools work to accelerate—rather than remediate—to ward off COVID-era learning loss.
A director of curriculum explains how his district is teaching students last year’s and this year’s skills at the same time.
"Unexpected learning" is the phrase educators at Sevilla Elementry School West Campus in Phoenix prefer to learning loss as they help students recover from COVID's disruptions.