Differentiated Instruction & Assessment
Professional Development Overview
In this session you will explore the different features of Moby Max. This program includes language, reading, vocabulary, writing, math, social studies, and science. Moby max will identify curriculum gaps and provide prescriptive activities and lessons. learn how to access the program, explore your dashboard and roster, view the results of student placement tests, and assign activities to students.
*Log in as a student using the info provided by the tech coach.
*Complete the Language Placement Test (Miss every 2-3rd question)
*Complete a Reading Information Text Lesson (Miss every 2-3rd question)
Getting Started in MobyMax
Objectives for Today's Session
- Explore the Moby Max teacher dashboard.
- Access student roster.
- View results of placement tests.
- Create groups.
- Use the bulk update curriculum settings to make adjustments for the entire group.
- Assign activities to students.
- Print worksheets from Moby Max curriculum.
- Create a Whiteboard lesson using the Moby Max Curriculum.
PLC Guiding Questions
- What is it we want our students to know?
- How will we know if each student has learned it?
- How will we respond when some students do not learn it?
- How can we extend and enrich the learning for students who have demonstrated proficiency?
Moby Max Tic Tac Toe
Using the Tic-Tac-Toe sheet from your tech coach, use the next few minutes to explore additional apps that Moby Max has to offer. Use the grade band of your musical student that you were given. Take notes and be prepared to share with the group.
Moby Max is researched based and is proven to increase an average of 1.5 grade levels with just 40 hours of practice.
Be the Teacher
- Go to the Clever link and log in with Active Directory
- Click on Moby Max and you will automatically be signed into your Moby Max account.
- Go to Rosters and create a group.
- Use Bulk Update Curriculum settings for the Vocabulary and Language Placement tests.
- View a science lesson in the library. Look at a worksheet. (Home-Science-Library). Lessons can be viewed by Grade Level, Standard, or Key Words.
- Assign a Social Studies Lesson to your students. Review how to sequence lessons. (Home-SocStudies-lessons-Assignments-Choose Student-Grade level-Lesson (Checkbox)-Click Assign)