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Get Ready for State Tests With These Tips From Educators

Prep for state testing with these helpful state-specific resources and videos.

Top 5 Most-Read Blogs Posts of 2022

Take a look back at the Edulastic pieces educators found most buzz worthy in 2022.

5 Fun Practice Assessments for Before Winter Break

Use this collection of lighthearted tests to help students practice taking assessments digitally — and have fun doing it!

Tips to Help Students Build Testing Confidence

Educator Samantha Shaffner writes about how teachers can use Edulastic for formative assessment and to improve the test-taking process for their students.

How to Help Fellow Educators by Sharing Assessments

Give a helping hand to another educator when you share your assessments!

Using Edulastic for RTI Education

Learn how you can help students succeed by incorporating Edulastic into your RTI education strategy.

Match Your State’s Tests with Edulastic Test Interfaces

When spring rolls around, educators know state testing season isn’t far behind. Usually, these assessments run from March through April… Read More

3 Major Benefits of Using Edulastic Over a Google Forms Quiz for Assessments

Educator Amanda Arrey discusses how Edulastic features saved her time and improved her ability to quickly adapt to the needs of her students.

For Back-To-School 2022, Try Teacher Premium for 60 Days!

See how powerful Edulastic can be for your instruction with a  60-day trial of Teacher Premium. A Special Back-to-School 2022… Read More

New Mastery Tools to View Academic History and Track Ongoing Progress

New updates will help you look back at student performance and check in on current progress so you can move forward in your lesson plans.

Celebrating Learning Gains and Reclaiming Joy

Educator Christina Ramsay discusses some methods she’s used to engage her students and help them grow into life-long learners who feel supported.

Using Better Assessment Data to Move Students Forward

When it comes to learning recovery, we don’t need more data to tell us students are behind — we need better data to move students forward.