When your school or district uses an interim assessment like, NWEA MAP Growth, your teachers have just been given access to a goldmine of student data. But, like any goldmine, you need the right tools to break through and retrieve the treasure inside.
When looking for instructional resources to put that goldmine of data to work for your students, what do you look for? We sat down with Tony Crafa, Vice Principal of St. Joseph School in Tampa, FL. Mr. Crafa gave us some perspective on what this decision process looks like to admins, and how they went about choosing the instructional technology that was right for them.
Hear in Tony’s own words what this process looked like for them in this brief web interview.
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How can technology make closing gaps in classroom and giving every student what they need more feasible? One way is by helping you make students’ assessment data actionable. Here are some practical ways to put your data to work.
Trip Elementary successfully weaves technology into classroom learning. The key: Incorporating standards-based digital reading and math activities into their lesson plans.