CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS IN AUTOMATED STEM ASSESSMENT

December 17, 2017

This whitepaper will examine how Möbius Assessment, the online testing and assessment system from DigitalEd, enables STEM educators to fully leverage automated assessment in meaningful ways.Online testing and assessment has opened up great opportunities for the modern educator. Good automated assessment tools can help consolidate student understanding, support self-directed learning, give instructors more time to focus on other teaching tasks, make it easier to manage growing class sizes, and much more.

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GNA University

GNA University (GU) is designed to be a leading higher education organization engaged in creating, preserving and imparting knowledge to a diverse community of students. GNA University strives to move forward with the frontiers of technical and scientific knowledge with a targeted aim to enrich and elevate the society. To Promote the community of learning by engaging in technical and scientific research in the rich Indian cultural context.

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THE 4 PILLARS OF EFFECTIVE ONLINE PD

whitePaper | August 20, 2020

Schools face an array of challenges and opportunities, especially considering the diverse needs of students and educators. To meet those opportunities, more administrators are looking for ways to personalize professional development (PD) and support teachers in a lasting, meaningful way. There are four distinct attributes that ensure PD efforts are as successful as possible: the professional learning is personalized, job embedded, both ongoing and sustainable, and tied to evaluations.

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Implementing school system reform in 2022/23

whitePaper | June 2, 2022

The Schools White Paper – Opportunity for all: Strong schools with great teachers for your child – sets out our long term vision for a school system that helps every child to fulfil their potential, founded on achieving world class literacy and numeracy. Our targets are that, by 2030, 90% of primary school children are meeting the expected standard in reading, writing and maths; and that the average GCSE grades in both English language and maths are raised to 5.

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Transitioning to Remote Learning and Progress Monitoring: How One District Connected Home and School During COVID-19

whitePaper | July 14, 2020

As COVID-19 drove school closures, Pocatello/ Chubbuck School District 25 (PCSD 25) moved quickly to transition to remote learning and progress monitoring. Istation’s digital assessments and instructional tools made it easy for students to continue learning at home. Plus, parents as well as teachers maintained a clear view of students’ progress with on-demand data reports, as well as Istation’s home assessments and progress-monitoring tools. Despite unprecedented circumstances, PCSD 25 saw a marked increase in home usage and students’ skill levels climbing.

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K-12 IT SUPPORT PLAYBOOK

whitePaper | August 15, 2020

Like most K-12 school systems, Alaska’s Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District finds funding to be a constant struggle. The district’s IT department, which consists of 32 full-time staff members, must support nearly 14,000 devices used by 18,800 students and approximately 2,200 staff in 47 schools and three additional facilities spread across a geographic area the size of West Virginia. This task would be nearly impossible without improving the maturity of its IT management. But with the help of certain tools and processes, Senior IT Program Manager Justin Michaud and his colleagues are delivering more value to the district—while adopting a “customer-focused” mindset.

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Chromebook best practices

whitePaper | August 19, 2022

Chromebooks have grown exponentially popular in K-12 schools, and for good reason: they're easy to manage; they're inexpensive to buy and maintain; they boot up quickly, so students aren't losing valuable instructional time; and they give students and teachers easy access to a rich array of learning tools.

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Integrating SEL into Remote Learning

whitePaper | August 10, 2020

During periods of time when they can’t physically go to school, students might find it more difficult to (1) take care of themselves, (2) connect with each other, and (3) find sources of meaning and vitality—so these need to be the focus of online social-emotional learning. Students might find it more difficult to take care of themselves when they’ve lost their daily routines. They might get less exercise when they’re not walking or biking to school, or running around during PE. They might not be sleeping well due to altered schedules and added responsibilities at home.

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GNA University

GNA University (GU) is designed to be a leading higher education organization engaged in creating, preserving and imparting knowledge to a diverse community of students. GNA University strives to move forward with the frontiers of technical and scientific knowledge with a targeted aim to enrich and elevate the society. To Promote the community of learning by engaging in technical and scientific research in the rich Indian cultural context.

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