Are you a science teacher? Here’s an opportunity to learn how you can bring digital assessment into your classroom!

This webinar aired live on  November 7th at 5pm Pacific Time. See the recording below!

Whether you teach biology, chemistry, or any other science topic, find out how digital assessment can help boost your instruction! You can ask better questions, save time grading, and get immediate feedback which can help you spend more time on teaching and lesson plans.

During this webinar we’ll show you some of the features of Edulastic that science teachers like best. You’ll learn about the NGSS aligned content in the Assessment Library and you’ll hear directly from a panel of three science teachers who are using Edulastic for their middle school or science instruction.  They will walk you through some of their best strategies for creating and assigning assessments and working with the immediate feedback to drive home science concepts.

Edulastic for Science Webinar

Meet the Speakers

Steven Humble

Steven Humble

Middle School Science & Algebra
Desert Meadows School
Laveen, AZ

I am a 7th & 8th Grade Science and Algebra teacher in Arizona, where I have been teaching for five years. My primary areas of instruction include, astronomy, biology, chemistry, physics, and geology. I have been using Edulastic for three years, and have been using it to save myself time while ensuring quality, accurate, and reliable assessment data that I can use to drive my instruction.

Michael Ruffin

Curriculum Integration Technology Teacher
Hampton City Schools
Hampton, Virginia

My name is Michael Ruffin, and I am a Curriculum Integration Technology Teacher for Hampton City Schools.  Currently, I provide training for teachers in integrating technology into their lessons.  Prior to this position, I taught high school science and math for 14 years and also middle school science and math for 2 years.  Throughout those years I served as a Science Curriculum Leader, Science Coach, and Teacher Mentor for my school.

Michelle Harris

Michelle Harris
High School Chemistry
William Blount High School
Maryville, TN

I have been teaching Biology and Chemistry for 20 years, the last 16 have been at William Blount High School in Maryville, Tennessee. I am the co-sponsor of Student Council and Beta Club. Additionally, I am the Instructional Technology Coach for my high school and serve as a district-wide technology trainer.  I’ve been married for 25 years and have three children.

Jason Anderson

Jason Anderson
8th Grade Science
Clark Intermediate School
Clovis, CA

Currently I am teaching 8th grade science at Clark Intermediate School in the Clovis Unified School District in Clovis CA  where I have been for 11 years. Previously I taught 7th grade science for 4 years at Sierra Middle School in the Lincoln Unified School District in Stockton CA. I’ve been a member of the CUSD Science Curriculum Design Team for 3 years. My wife teaches a ¾ combo at Sierra Vista Elementary in CUSD and I have two sons named McKay (8-years-old), and Markus (4-years-old).

Meet the Host

Ileana Betancourt
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.