Moby Max- In-service

1/14/2016

Standards and PLC questions

TEAM Rubric

Activities and Materials, Developing Educational Plans for Students



TNReady

Multiple Technology Standards as well as Math and ELA standards



ISTE/NETS

Teaching, Learning, and Assessments- Teachers will use technology effectively for assessing student learning by providing rigorous and relevant experiences for all learners by using the sites that will be introduced. Teachers will see research based best practices from the sites that will be visited. They will also learn how to use the technology tools and resources to emphasize creativity, higher order thinking skills and processes, and critical thinking.



PLC

1. What is it we want our students to learn?

2. How will we know if each student has learned it?

3. How will we respond when some students do not learn it?

4. How can we extend and enrich the learning for students who have demonstrated proficiency?

Different Topic Overview

Math- Multiple math standards- pretest

Fact Master- Fact Fluency

Numbers- Number sense

Science- This is new

Vocabulary- Introduces new words and reviews old words each session

Language- Basic grammar skills

Early Reading Trio- reading basics for younger kids- not a lot to it though.

Reading Level Assessment- Similar to STAR

Reading Stories- pairs literature and informational texts by similar topic 30 lessons per grade level.

Reading Skills Literature-

Reading Skills Informational-

Writing Workshop- covers writing skills with mini lessons and activities

Writing Assignments- Can load your own prompts and respond to student writing. Rubrics are preloaded and editable.

Test Prep- General test review for state testing- not state specific.

Logging in as a student.

We are going to log in as students and look at the program. I want you to take the pretest in math or ELA. We are going to see what options the kids have on the program and how it tracks their data.

Logging in as a teacher

We will log in and see what the reports look like for the teacher.

How can you use this in your class with your students?