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How the Common Core is Changing Assessment

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Published on Nov 14, 2012

The Common Core places a big emphasis on formative rather than summative data. That means teachers need to evaluate student data, make adjustments based on real needs, be prepared for early intervention and provide progress monitoring. In this WATcast, George Rislov from Compass Learning shares strategies for integrating this assessment into daily instruction as well as preparing students for standardized exams.

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Just like you, Compass Learning starts with the students, creating solutions that help teachers more efficiently and effectively personalize learning, based on 40 years of research about how students learn, think and achieve. Our comprehensive K-12 curriculum is aligned with state and Common Core State Standards -- to help raise the bar for all students and foster the development of 21st century skills and college and career readiness. We also offer comprehensive and customizable professional development to support each classroom, as well as the ability to report, track, and measure individual, classroom, school, and district performance.

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