Design Remote Learning 2.0 with Families in Mind
Byte-Size Guidance: Assess learning effectively, Plan instruction collaboratively
Teachers: Administer diagnostic or pre-assessments to inform instructional planning. Discuss learning data with families and learning plans for remediation, additional supports, or extension activities.
Survey says: Many families lost confidence in their children’s readiness for the next grade level during COVID-19 school closures. Learn more.
Experts advise against the use of standardized assessments and call for the selection or development of assessments that are closely aligned to curriculum and instruction. Learn more.
Design considerations for districts and schools: When possible, select or develop common assessments for grade levels and subjects. Create time and space for teachers to discuss learning data and plan accordingly. Learn more.
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