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Monthly Archives: June, 2014

June 17th, 2014

Effective, applicable, and regular progress monitoring is essential for determining the success level of an intervention. There are many decisions that must be made when we “Add a Graph”. What is your goal? What is your baseline information? What intervention are you going to offer? Who will gather the data? And more importantly, how will you respond to how the student is responding to their intervention? We will walk you through our system-wide approach to…   Read…

June 11th, 2014

Learn how to set up the 504 Plan and IEP Summary in Mileposts, as well as how to write effective interventions and Mileposts/RtI Plans that work. How to make this easy for teachers! Presenter: Marcia Rausch, Silverback Learning Solutions

June 4th, 2014

Get a glimpse into Silverback’s future beyond Fall 2014, as we take even bigger strides in personalized learning and educator effectiveness, driven by you, our customers. Presenters: Jeff Smith, Director of Research and Development, Silverback Learning Rudi Lewis, COO, Silverback Learning DOug Case, Lead Software Engineer, Silverback Learning

June 4th, 2014

The company that started a revolution in personalized learning is ready to do the same for educator effectiveness. Silverback’s all new Teacher Vitae helps every educator build their own power portfolio for self-reflection and professional growth, while helping administrators streamline the evaluation process through simplified forms management, scoring, and scheduling. In this session, come ready to get a sneak peek at the Fall 2014 debut, plus provide valuable feedback for upcoming releases of this product….   Read…

June 2nd, 2014

Discover appropriate resources tied to CCSS and learn how to structure collections/courses into nested folders, add other resources and/or questions, and organize into effective resources for teachers and students. This is the perfect intro to Gooru. You will need a laptop for this workshop. (Although you can access Gooru collections on an iPad, you cannot build collections on the iPad.) Presenter: Drew Remiker, Academic Operations, Gooru

June 2nd, 2014

Discover appropriate resources tied to CCSS and learn how to structure collections/courses into nested folders, add other resources and/or questions, and organize into effective resources for teachers and students. This is the perfect intro to Gooru. You will need a laptop for this workshop. (Although you can access Gooru collections on an iPad, you cannot build collections on the iPad.) Presenter: Drew Remiker, Academic Operations, Gooru

June 2nd, 2014

Dig deeper into data to identify trends, areas of success, areas of need – at a district, building, and classroom level. From the data dig, uncover Gooru resources tied to specific target areas to build collections for individual or groups of students. Utilize the new assignment feature in Mileposts for students to access these assignments. These assignments can enhance differentiation in your classrooms, and increase student learning by focusing in on student learning needs. Presenter:…   Read…

June 2nd, 2014

Please join us for cocktails* and conversation before heading out to dinner on your own. The HUB Party will begin directly after the last breakout session so come on over to the Fireplace Foyer (and poolside terrace) to enjoy delicious appetizers and cocktails and meet our partners in education innovation. Enter here to win an iPad Mini!** *Each attendee will receive 2 complimentary drink tickets in their Summit ’14 bag at registration. ** 2 Chances…   Read…

June 2nd, 2014

This hands-on workshop encourages attendees to bring their existing plans and ideas for effectively using and embedding Mileposts into the district culture. The goal will be to use a template to support building out a successful 3-year strategic plan for using Mileposts to accelerate student achievement, student engagement and effective instructional practices. Presenter: Marcia Rausch

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