Using Assessment to Drive a Culture of Growth
When used effectively, formative assessment techniques and data can also provide immediate and accurate feedback to the learner, shifting the mindset of the student and allowing the student to measure, monitor, and manage their own learning.
Digital Learning Specialist, Poway Unified School District
Regional Manager, NWEA™
Stop the Cycle of Cumulative Summer Learning Loss
Join us to hear Sam Brooks, Personal Learning Coordinator at Putnam County Schools, discuss strategies for creating an effective summer school implementation that has a lasting effect.
Personal Learning Coordinator, Putnam County Schools
Tips for Creating a Sustainable Intervention Model
Suffering from a scattered, fragmented RTI plan? Listen in on our discussion of strategies for creating an effective intervention program for grades K-8 including essential components of a RTI framework.
Dale Webster, Ph. D.
Chief Academic Officer at the Consortium on Reaching Excellence in Education (CORE)
Intervention Strategies to Assist Struggling Learners
Dr. Erica Lembke provides an overview of evidence-based interventions that range from broad strategies to implement with your entire class to more targeted strategies in reading, mathematics, and writing.
Dr. Erica Lembke
Chair and Associate Professor, University of Missouri and Trainer for the National Center on Intensive Intervention
Key Components for Implementing Blended Learning
Good design and planning are critical to the success of blended learning programs. Find out more on the what and the why of blended learning, including successful implementation models and key components.
Chief Executive, Dellicker Strategies
Vice President, Compass Learning
Practical Recommendations for Getting Started with Blended Learning
Heather Staker shares recommendations on getting started with blended learning as well as best practices being utilized in districts throughout the country.
Senior Research Fellow at the Clayton Christensen Institute
Using Assessment as a Tool for Teaching and Learning
Find out more on strategies for teachers and administrators to gather use student test data to enhance student learning and close achievement gaps and the meaning and purpose of different assessment types.
Inform Instruction Using Your Scantron Performance Series® Data
Learn about the success Alabama educators are experiencing in Hoover City Schools and Piedmont City Schools through the use of the Compass Learning-Scantron Performance Series partnership.
Principal, Piedmont City Schools
Curriculum Specialist, Hoover City Schools
Using Your STARTM Data to Personalize Learning
Compass Learning can use your assessment results to automatically generate personalized learning paths for each student. Learn how the School District of Osceola County, FL plans to leverage their STAR assessment results and Compass Learning software.
Product Marketing Manager, Renaissance Learning
Director of Learning Services, Compass Learning
Key Strategies to Infuse Technology in Learning
Learn strategies to help build a shared vision and break down the silos of curriculum and technology and see examples of how digital tools are changing instructional practice.
Instructional Technology Coach, Dawson Educational Cooperative
English Teacher, Southside High School
Education Consultant, Compass Learning
Early Literacy Programs for Struggling Students
Hear Dale Webster, Ph.D. outline strategies and tactics for improving reading proficiency by the end of 3rd grade.
Dale Webster, Ph.D
Chief Academic Officer, Consortium on Reaching Excellence in Education (CORE)
Tactics, Strategies, and Training for a Complete Literacy Solution
Hear three specialists in the practical application of literacy instruction as they share their proven techniques for helping young readers read to learn and for sustaining literacy development throughout a student’s educational experience.
K-8 Literacy Specialist for Charlotte-Mecklenburg (NC) Schools
Professional Development Manager for Compass Learning
Product Specialist for myOn® e-readers
Project Based Learning
Project Based Learning: What is it and Why Do it?
Hear Suzie Boss explain strategies for implementing effective PBL that motivates students not only to understand content more deeply, but also to learn how to take responsibility and build confidence, solve problems, work collaboratively, communicate ideas, and become creative innovators.
Author, Education Consultant, PBL Advocate
College and Career Readiness
Three Skill Sets to Pay Attention to for College and Career Readiness
Hear Dr. Karin Hess discuss the need for a broader framework for college and career readiness and the role of technology in helping students become self-directed learners.
Dr. Karin Hess