The need to learn from the practices of highly effective teachers to help more students excel is one of the great challenges elementary educators face. Research has shown the effectiveness of formative assessment and formative instructional practices - it's through this research that providing differentiated instruction has become the expectation in classrooms.
Presented by Mary Peters, the Senior Director of Research with Battelle For Kids. Dr. Peters has been active in school reform for over twenty five years. She served as Director of Assessment and Research at a diverse, large school district, where she led data-based decision modeling and the assessment program. Dr. Peters has authored peer-reviewed articles and policy white papers and briefs, and has served as an adjunct professor for over 10 years. She regularly presents and consults at national and local levels on teacher quality research, value-added assessment, formative assessment systems, and school improvement and accountability.
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Also presenting in this webinar is Dr. Tim Hudson, the K-12 Coordinator of Mathematics for the Parkway School District in Missouri. Parkway School District integrated DreamBox Learning into their math curriculum to help differentiate instruction and honor students' individual abilities. Dr. Hudson speaks on the benefits of real-time formative assessment and intelligent adaptive learning in individualizing instruction for each student.