Tag Archives: ELA

NWEA review BRES

Please find below some resources for the Wednesday Early Release work on November 16th. Quick guide to NWEA reports in the new online suite: I will hand this out to all today.   qrm2_map_reports_summary_quickref Full Reference to MAPS reports I will reference this today, have a digital copy available. pgm2_map_reports_reference   FAQ and Resources (some of […]

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Two Great Sites that may work Great together!

NEWSELA and ProCon together! Peanut butter and chocolate are not the only two items that are better together.  Today NEWSELA and ProCon have announced that they are partnering going forward. What are NEWSELA and ProCon? NEWSELA is a web-based content provider that builds articles on current events at 5 different Lexile levels.  I have mentioned this […]

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NWEA review High School

Please find below some resources for the Wednesday Early Release work on November 16th. Quick guide to NWEA reports in the new online suite: I will hand this out to all today.   qrm2_map_reports_summary_quickref Full Reference to MAPS reports I will reference this today, have a digital copy available. pgm2_map_reports_reference   FAQ and Resources (some of […]

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DOE ELA/Literacy Assessment Workshops

Working Smarter, Not Harder:  A Closer Look at Formative Assessment http://www.maine.gov/doe/ela/resources/working-smarter-not-harder.pdf Maine DOE series of 3 workshops to support effective development of formative assessment practices in ELA / Literacy Facilitated by Maine DOE specialists and teacher leaders from across the state  Builds from current practices to extend and deepen knowledge about formative assessment.   Learn more about how to: […]

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Anneberg-Newseum Summer Institute

Paid! Washington DC! Short Timeline! New Opportunity for Maine Teachers – May 8 Deadline: The Gannett House Project announces a travel grant opportunity for teachers interested in participating in the 2016 Annenberg–Newseum Summer Teacher Institute in Washington, D.C. The Institute, Primarily Digital, is a valuable professional development opportunity for teachers who want to help students […]

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Summer Literacy Institute

2016 Summer Literacy Institute — High Impact Instructional Routines and Strategies “Routines are the backbone of daily classroom life. They facilitate teaching and learning…. Routines don’t just make your life easier, they save valuable classroom time. And what’s most important, efficient routines make it easier for students to learn and achieve more.” — Learning to Teach…not just […]

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