Category Archives: Pedagogy

Student Voice and Reflection

In the PYP Enhancements April communique we learned that Reflection is no longer a Key Concept. This was initially met with excitement and agreement on Twitter. Many educators felt that finally there is a focus and a justification of really emphasizing … Continue reading

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Reading your child’s MAP report

Understanding NWEA MAP progress report Soon our MAP test period is over and after next week we will publish the MAP progress report in your child’s Managebac portfolio. Here is a short description of what to look for: What does the Student … Continue reading

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How-To: Using Seesaw for Conferences

Using Seesaw during student-led conferences Student-led conferences are a great opportunity to introduce the versatility of Seesaw to staff, students, and parents 1 Here are the links for you to prepare your students and your Seesaw portfolio for the upcoming Student Led Conferences. … Continue reading

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Strategies for Parents and Students

We all know that children learn more efficiently when teachers and parents have a clear picture of what each student knows and what they are ready to learn next. That’s why we utilize the NWEA’s Measure of Academic Growth assessment … Continue reading

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