Student Success

365 days of learning

Key Strategies

Clarifying understanding and shared learning intentions promote effective classroom discussion.

Providing feedback that moves students forward ensures that the student are able to recall key events.


Using assessments in the classroom is a great tool to track the progress of skills taught for students and teachers. It provides them with documentation that show strong and weak areas that needs improvements.

In assessments for learning, Michael Rystad, shows a unique assessment idea that will be easy for students and teachers to use in the classroom. He uses a format similar to the traffic light by using green for understanding, yellow for difficulty, and red you have lost me.

Builders of Families and Student Educators

Assisting the needs of families to ensure students have a quality education.