Teaching & Learning Resources
Teaching and Learning Tech Resources
Why Are We Still Giving So Many Tests?
This is the first post of a four-part series on making curriculum relevant, meaningful, and adaptable. This article focuses on the testing culture in education, what some of the research says, and how we can move towards performance tasks.
Upload File Feature in Google Forms
Provide Peer Support and Combat Social Isolation with After School Pairings and Groupings
Here you will find an exhaustive list of strategies to pair students in a remote setting.
The Reading Corner
Articles you may find helpful, interesting and even enjoyable!
How Can Grading Build Trust, Not Erode It? Corwin Connect, Joe Feldman
Show & Tell: A Video Column / Taking Formative Assessment Virtual Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey (ASCD)
Coping with Change and Uncertainty Phyllis L. Fagell (ASCD)
Reading Resources for Your Blended or Online Class- Caitlin Tucker
Updated Guidance from NYSED
Supporting All Students: Resource Guides for Scaffolding Instruction of English Language Arts and Mathematics
The Supporting All Students Resource Guides were designed through collaboration between the New York State Education Department and partners in the field. The purpose of these guides is to provide teachers with examples of scaffolds and strategies to supplement their instruction of English language arts (ELA) and mathematics curricula. The guides use the EngageNY ELA and mathematics modules as exemplars since they are free and open source curricula available for all New York State educators.