For educators, summertime tends to be somewhat of an extended “Educational New Year's Eve” – a time of reflection, rest, celebration of the previous year, and planning to make the next year better. Caught behind loads of paperwork and piles of grading? Switch to Edulastic to reduce the stress and use your time more effectively.... Read More
Learn how this Arkansas math teacher Alison Cox prepares her students for ACT Aspire state testing. In this post she explains how she uses Edulastic to personalize learning and allow students to self-pace. She also covers how online assessment helps her ensure that all content is covered.
By Betty Scola of Waterford Township, NJ Waterford students complete their work in Edulastic. Edulastic has given Betty the capacity to easily move from a 3 to a 4 in the Danielson Rubric scoring system. We are a Danielson School. If you are too, you are very familiar with the Rubric. You know, the one... Read More
Throughout the learning process students make mistakes, they forget, or they stumble, and that’s okay! Multiple studies have shown that making mistakes is something to embrace. Mistakes are a part of the learning process that can even strengthen retention of new concepts.
The author, Angela Bazzo, teaches 8th grade math and science at North Royalton Middle School in Ohio. I use digital assessments because the results are instant! As a math teacher, taking tests and quizzes home was such a pain. I would spend more time grading than I would on commenting to students on how... Read More