The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) is continuing to work with school boards and districts to help them address the diverse accelerated learning needs of students due to interrupted learning caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
KASC is expanding its online course offerings to include “Assessment of Learning.”
How to safely reopen schools is not the only issue facing Kentucky educators this fall. Teachers and administrators also must deal with the COVID-19-related effects on learning.
Meredith White of the Southern Conference On Language Teaching said backward designing each day's lessons, starting with what she wanted her students to know and be able to do each day, helped her ensure every minute of classroom time was used effectively.
Hopkins County's Garris Landon Stroud says flipping his classroom gave him the opportunity to encourage deeper learning in his science classroom.
Teachers from several western Kentucky school districts recently completed the first year of a partnership designed to develop a bank of high-quality, elementary/middle science formative assessments.
Kentucky science teachers tried something new this year, and there is little doubt that the through-course task component of the new Science Assessment System can make a big difference in science education across the Commonwealth.
Washington County science teachers work to improve instruction and assessment across the state and nation with formative assessment practices.
Discover what happened when one Boone County mathematics teacher decided to flip one unit in her Algebra I class.
Twelve Washington County teachers are enhancing their use of formative assessment practices in science classes as part of grant to improve science instruction and assessment.