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Monday, July 17
 

1:45pm EDT

Creating an ELA Assessment Schedule
There are so many great tools for informal assessments and progress monitoring, but how do you keep track of it all? When do these assessments need to be given? Join this session to help you create a simple assessment schedule that works for you and your students!

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Brandi Massey

Title 1 ELA Academic Specialist, Greenville County School District


Monday July 17, 2023 1:45pm - 2:45pm EDT
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Tuesday, July 18
 

8:15am EDT

Freedom Through Arts: Elevating Black Youth Voices through Literature
In this session, educators will explore how Black Literature can provide authentic instruction for Black students while also appreciating the experiences and perspectives of Black works in literacy instruction.


Tuesday July 18, 2023 8:15am - 9:15am EDT
512

9:30am EDT

Learning Targets
WHAT IS A LEARNING TARGET? Learning targets are concrete goals written in student-friendly language that clearly describe what students will learn and be able to do by the end of a class, unit, project, or even a course. They begin with an “I can” statement and are posted in the classroom.
Learning targets are most effective when visible to students. Educators can post learning targets on bulletin boards and white boards, homework assignments, rubrics, test prep, and assessments.

Speakers

Tuesday July 18, 2023 9:30am - 10:30am EDT
816

10:45am EDT

Freedom Through Arts: Elevating Black Youth Voices through Literature
In this session, educators will explore how Black Literature can provide authentic instruction for Black students while also appreciating the experiences and perspectives of Black works in literacy instruction.


Tuesday July 18, 2023 10:45am - 11:45am EDT
512

10:45am EDT

Learning Targets
WHAT IS A LEARNING TARGET? Learning targets are concrete goals written in student-friendly language that clearly describe what students will learn and be able to do by the end of a class, unit, project, or even a course. They begin with an “I can” statement and are posted in the classroom.
Learning targets are most effective when visible to students. Educators can post learning targets on bulletin boards and white boards, homework assignments, rubrics, test prep, and assessments.

Speakers

Tuesday July 18, 2023 10:45am - 11:45am EDT
816
 


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