Join us this fall as we explore the connection between assessment and intervention, and examine the collaborative relationships that foster learning in classrooms, clinical settings, and private practices.
Assessment truly supports learning when it informs instruction to meet student needs. Formative assessment methods allow us to evaluate what students’ work shows us about their levels of mastery, and this insight promotes the use of targeted interventions. These approaches serve as a guide along the path of students’ learning journeys, while motivating and inspiring the desire to learn.
Differentiation builds on the assessment model with a strategic roadmap for the design of instruction and remediation around patterns of student need. Today's learners are more diverse and more plugged into technology than ever before, making differentiation an essential component of teaching in both the classroom and in one-on-one settings.