Advocates of Open Educational Resources (OER) recognized early on that certain legal, technical, and social challenges would have to be addressed in order for the OER movement to have some chance at success. However, many early practitioners also assumed that the OER movement would quickly move beyond these issues and progress meaningfully toward implementing best[…]
Data-Driven Classroom Instruction: Leveraging EdReady to Meet Your Students Where They Are EdReady’s robust, real-time student performance reporting includes new features that help secondary, postsecondary, and adult educators interpret knowledge gaps both across a cohort and at the individual student’s topic-level understanding of math and English concepts. Join us for an in-depth exploration of how[…]
Across the country, Educational Service Agencies sustain local schools districts with centralized services and customized support for innovative teaching practices that improve academic outcomes. Learn how two regional agencies (in Iowa and Minnesota) have adapted NROC Math and NROC English courses and EdReady to meet a diverse array of programmatic needs. Presenters will share how[…]
NROC members Montana Digital Academy grew a modest EdReady pilot into a wildly successful, statewide college readiness initiative currently serving more than 50,000 students. Check out their proven, 7-step framework for nurturing impactful student success initiatives from the ground up.
Adult learners come to the classroom with a breadth of experience and expertise but without a consistent academic starting point. Join experienced instructors from Nebraska and New Mexico for a deep dive into how they’ve incorporated EdReady in the classroom and used the tool’s student data to both inform and direct instruction and launch coaching conversations.[…]