The process of continuous, formative assessment, with an emphasis on improving knowledge and skills (as opposed to simply flagging students as deficient), has historically been dismissed as too difficult or impractical. But things have changed.
This spring, member survey respondents surfaced that SEL (social-emotional learning) tools and tactics are a top priority. To answer this need, we dug into the Center for Urban Education’s recent talk, How to Express Care with a Focus on Racial Equity.
To highlight how members shape our cyclical development priorities, we launched the WHY (We Heard You) initiative. WHY communications highlight significant function and feature updates, with an emphasis on what these improvements mean to you and your students.
The NROC Project always makes free, web-based resources available to everyone. Whether you currently deliver virtual learning experiences, or you are planning to deliver virtual learning experiences in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we encourage you to take advantage of EdReady.org and HippoCampus.org as part of your plans.
This five-framework series is comprised of the student framework, the mathematics instructional framework, the reasoning through language arts instructional framework, the instructional technology framework, and the brand new English language proficiency instructional framework.