In this webinar we discuss strategies and techniques for using data to drive your instruction. We will share tracking techniques, processes, and how you can use results to improve your teaching.
Imagine training for years – decades, even – for your dream job. You choose all the right subjects, scrimp and scrape to put yourself through college. Countless hours of study, stress, working dull, low-paying jobs to get a foot on the ladder. Little by little you climb towards your goal. Once you’ve made it, all […]
Your students might disagree, but quizzes are a teacher’s best friend. Not only are they an effective study tool, they’re also perfect for providing snapshots of your class’ progress on a particular topic. The results of a well-placed quiz can help steer and pace your lessons to ensure that everyone is learning. So how do […]
You’ve probably noticed the video game industry taking over the world. Digital games are now ubiquitous: they’re on our laptops, our tablets and cell phones, even on planes. In 2013 over 58% of Americans played video games and it’s predicted that in 2015 worldwide video game market revenue will reach $70.1 billion. While video games […]
What if you told your students that the same technology that makes Iron Man a superhero is going to help them finish their math homework? As technological development rushes on at breakneck speed, devices that once would only have existed in the pages of comic books are steadily becoming commonplace. From personal computers to smartphones, […]
Elementary school students show 34% improvement in math scores December 2016 – Reassuring results come at a good time for teachers as PISA and TIMSS suggest a steady decline in mathematics across the country. A recent research report has found Matific, a new mathematics resource that is aligned to U.S. curricula, helped increase students’ math […]