Last-minute, paperless teaching and test prep resources that grade themselves. Aligned to standards for third, fourth, and fifth graders meet standards, you can use these materials to practice and teach, evaluate progress and/or pre-test.
A selection of self-grading, paperless interactive teaching resources to prepare your middle school students for English Language Arts testing. Less grading, more fun. Assign as homework, for screen time, in class practice, or present on the Activboard for remediation or teaching.
Review or teach time for first, second, third, and fourth grades with just right learning bites for 1:1 or interactive whiteboard. Want something more challenging? Try teaching it in Spanish, Italian or French.
In the past 16 years we've imaged brains and tested students. We have no better information about how to use testing to improve schools now than when we started. We do now know that human variability is not mere noise to be ignored by categorical systems, such as standardized testing, but rather it directly affects outcomes. It is time to walk away from the Twentieth Century obsession with standardized testing and develop a Twenty-First Century approach that combines neuroscience learning with effective intervention.