Supes More Optimistic Than Principals About ESSA - Tech Learning

Supes More Optimistic Than Principals About ESSA

Administrators are still getting to know ESSA, but superintendents are optimistic about its impact.
Author:
Publish date:
Social count:
0

Key findings: Administrators are still getting to know ESSA, but superintendents are optimistic about its impact.

Image placeholder title

SOURCE: From “Make Assessment Work for All Students : Multiple Measures Matter ,” the third installment of an NWEA Assessment Perceptions Study.

Featured

Related

Self-Assessment: Focus on More than Basic Knowledge

We’re gearing up for teachers to complete their annual self-assessment of technology skills, but frankly, I don’t see much value in repeatedly asking them how well they can use software or hardware. How could we get more useful data?   Whether it’s staff or student use of technology,

Learning more about Moodle

Question: Several of the staff in our technology department have recently heard a great deal about Moodle. As a free CMS — Course Management System — it looks appealing compared to commercial options like Blackboard. Where do you recommend we get more information about Moodle and other CMS options? The

Challenge Yourself to Learn More about Technology

Use these 5 tips to learn more about technology and share with your professional development team 1. Attend technology webinars and report pertinent information to the technology department or administration.2. Research and identify potential funding sources that support advanced technology

Reading Assistant improves more than scores in MA

The Parlin School in Everett, MA introduced Scientific Learning’s Reading Assistant program in December 2008, and has praised the program’s impact on the second graders who participated. Second grade teachers at the school explain that through the program’s three 20 minute

Effective Classroom Assessments: More than Automating

My staff is intrigued with the idea of using an online test builder to automate development and administration of tests, as well as for analysis of test scores. What professional development would be needed beyond use of the tool? This is the perfect opportunity to offer comprehensive professional development

Survey Finds Principals More Optimistic About State of K-12 Education promo image

Survey Finds Principals More Optimistic About State of K-12 Education

Sweet Springs, Mo. (Jan. 15, 2015)­ – MCH Strategic Data, the leading provider of real-time educational marketing data, releases results from the fourth annual Principals’ Assessment of Public Education. Conducted in partnership with edWeb.net, the assessment reveals principals are more optimistic than last year about changes in learning standards and technology taking place in their schools.

Image placeholder title

All About the Data: Tech&Learning Live @SchoolCIO14 Summit

More than 50 chief information officers and superintendents gathered at the Intercontinental Hotel in Atlanta, Ga. for two days in June to discuss, debate, and commiserate about the most provocative topic in education technology today—student data and what to do with it.