5 Ways to Use Classroom Testing
to Combat Unfinished Learning

COST: FREE
October 21, 2021 • 2 PM Eastern
(1 PM Central, Noon Mountain, 11 AM Pacific)

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As school resumes, educators are focusing on combatting learning loss and unfinished learning due to pandemic school closures. How can you best identify where students are in their learning and design the most effective strategy to get them back on track?

Classroom testing measures student progress toward goals in the moment of learning. You get immediate, standards-based feedback so you can adjust instruction to meet each student where they are and use data to help them get to where they need to be.

Join the webinar and explore the benefits of:

  • Testing early and often, using targeted tests that match what you just covered.
  • Polling as you teach to engage students and measure their comprehension in real time.
  • Collaborating with other teachers in your department or PLC to create a consistent and equitable testing experience for all students.
  • Including student prediction, confidence rating, and post-test reflection in your testing process.
  • Making evidence-based decisions driven by student test results as soon as the test is complete.

Scantron Snapshot™ qualifies for ESSER federal funding.

Who Should Attend?

  • Classroom teachers
  • Instructional leaders
  • Assessment directors
  • Principals
  • Superintendents

You Will Learn How To:

  • Develop classroom tests in Scantron Snapshot.
  • Create in-class polls to administer as you teach.
  • Use Scantron Snapshot’s collaboration tools.
  • Include student prediction and reflection items in tests.
  • Use report data to adjust instruction for individual students and study groups

Featured Speakers

Dr. Mary Michael Pontzer,
VP Portfolio Management, Scantron

 

 

 

Tim Butterfield,
VP Sales K12 Major Accounts, Scantron

 

Seats are limited—reserve yours today!

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