We are thrilled to bring back the Teacher Talk Webinar series! This series of webinars highlights how teachers around the country are using digital assessment in the classroom. Whether you are already driving your instruction with digital assessment or are relatively new to the idea, when you join a webinar you’ll come away with new inspiration, ideas, and tools for your classroom.

This webinar series focuses on four subject matters: Science, Math, ELA, and Social Studies. Each features teachers or education leaders who actively use online assessment and are excited to share their insights and processes with you.

Join us to learn new ideas and methods for your classroom or school. Learn more and register below:

Edulastic for Math

November 12th, 2019
3PM PT // 6PM ET

Edulastic for Social Studies
November 13th, 2019
5PM PT // 8PM ET

Edulastic for ELA

November 18th, 2019
3PM PT // 6PM ET

Edulastic for Science

November 19th, 2019
3PM PT // 6PM ET

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Edulastic for Math

Hey math teachers! Join us for an informative webinar on all things digital assessment and math. Whether you teach math, are a math instructional coach, are a school leader, or are just eager to learn more, you are likely to walk away with new tips and tricks for your classroom or school.

On November 12th, 2019 at 3PM PT, discover digital assessment tools and learn from teachers who drive their math instruction with digital assessment. You’ll get an overview of math-specific question types, the live assessment dashboard, and how digital assessment has brought classroom learning to the next level. By the end, you’ll feel confident and equipped with new strategies to bring education technology into your classroom to help you teach more efficiently and effectively.

Meet the Panelists

Latasha Roland

Latasha Roland just entered her tenth year in the classroom. She teachers math in Kansas City, MO.

Corey Cohen

Corey is a 6th Grade math teacher at Franklin Middle School in Somerset, NJ. He also is working on his masters in administration!

Dena Morison

Dena has been teaching elementary for 19 years, in three different districts in Oregon. She also is the technology leader for her district.

Edulastic for Math
November 12th, 2019
3PM PT // 6PM ET

Edulastic for Social Studies

Digital assessment can help social studies teachers ask better questions, understand what students know, and spend less time grading. On November 13th at 5PM PT, Edulastic for Social Studies will touch on all of this and more!

Join us to learn from social studies teachers who are sharing how they use modern technology to teach history in their classrooms. The teachers on this webinar will share tips, tricks, and techniques that will help you adjust your instruction to teach more effectively! Whether you are brand new to education technology or are experienced and just want to learn more, this webinar will give you new ideas and answer any questions you may have.

Meet the Panelists

Kyle Nielsen

Kyle has been teaching for 6 years (3 in Utah, 3 in Nevada), and has taught Social Studies and Spanish to grades 5-12. He loves to use technology in his classroom!

Jamie Drezek

Jamie is a  5th/6th grade Math/Science/Social Studies teacher in Shelton, Connecticut. She’s been teaching for 14 years!

Nancy Vargas

Nancy is a middle school English and Social Studies Teacher in Ontario, CA. She’s passionate about her job because she “loves seeing students grow within a school year.”

Edulastic for Social Studies
November 13th, 2019
5PM PT // 8PM ET

Edulastic for ELA

Do you teach elementary, middle, or high school english? If so, join us on November 18th at 3PM PT for an event that might be of particular interest to you.

Edulastic for ELA features English teachers who use digital assessment to drive instruction, guide learning, and give comprehension checks and writing prompts while keeping student data all in one place. Specifically, you’ll get an overview of Edulastic features that benefit ELA teachers and students, like rubrics and ELA-specific question types . Then you’ll hear how teachers are putting digital assessment to the test in their classrooms. Edulastic for ELA will also touch on how digital assessment can help ELL (English Language Learner) students.

Meet the Panelists

Natalie Krusemeier

Natalie is a high school english teacher in Wyoming. She enjoys helping other educators use Edulastic to streamline data and take advantage of already-created content.

Kashekia Smith

Kashekia is an ELA teacher at Cunningham Middle School in Houston, TX. She also has  2 masters degrees in Special Education and Science in Clinical Mental Health.

Katie Breitholtz

Katie is an EL Learning Specialist in Crystal lake, IL. This is her eighth year teaching!

Edulastic for ELA
November 18th, 2019
3PM PT // 6PM ET

Edulastic for Science

Do you teach biology, chemistry, physics, life science, earth science, or any other science topic? Join in to learn new strategies and tools for quickly assessing students with engaging and robust digital assessments.

On November 19th, 2019 at 3PM PT, hear from teachers who use digital assessment to drive their science instruction. Specifically, this webinar will cover what tools in Edulastic science teachers like best. These teachers will walk you through some of their strategies and at the end there will be time for Q&A where we can answer any questions.

Meet the Panelists

Chelsei Fox

Chelsei is an Instructional Innovation Coach from Yorktown, VA. Previously, she taught middle school math and science for 11 years.

Steven Humble

Steven is an 8th grade science and pre-algebra teacher in Laveen, AZ. He is also a National Board Certified Teacher in Early Adolescent Science.

Richard Smith

Richard is a science teacher in Glencoe, MN. For the past three years, he has taught 7th and 8th grade earth sciences.

Edulastic for Science
November 19th, 2019
3PM PT // 6PM ET

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