Are you an ELA teacher? Here’s an opportunity to learn how you can bring digital assessment into your classroom!
Note: This webinar aired on November 14th at 4pm Pacific Time.
Hey ELA teachers- tune into our ELA webinar! You’ll hear directly from ELA teachers who are using digital assessment to give comprehension checks, writing prompts, and keep student data all in one place. During the presentation you’ll discover the power of digital assessment to help guide instruction, prepare students for state testing, and provide immediate feedback. You’ll also get an overview of what instant data and Technology-Enhanced Items look like and explore the question types and content available in the Item Bank.
Meet the Speakers
8th Grade ELA
Annie Sullivan Middle School
I am an 8th grade English Language Arts teacher in Franklin, Massachusetts. This is my 6th year teaching, and prior to being a teacher, I was a social worker for adolescents. I am fortunate to be in a school in which my students have one-to-one Google Chromebooks. I have been passionate about the use of technology in the classroom since I have been a teacher because of its ability to enrich the classroom environment in so many ways.
6th grade ELA
Hi! My name is Kristina Acevedo, and I am going to be the 6th grade ELA teacher at Hudson ASCS. Next year will be my 10th year teaching. This is my second year working as a charter school ELA teacher. Previously, I was a teacher all the way in Rosenberg, Texas, before moving back to New Jersey and starting at Hudson. I have two amazing kids, Andy and Ellie, and when I am not teaching I really enjoy reading and doing Mixed Media Art.
Meet the Host
Marketing Manager @ Edulastic
Ileana has worked in education, connecting educators to great resources since 2010. Prior to being at Edulastic, she worked with the education program at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology where she managed marketing, content development, and delivered over 75 professional development workshops and presentations for educators nationwide. Ileana has a Digital Media Certificate from the Berkeley Advanced Media Institute and her bachelors degree from Cornell University.