Interactive Instruction Through Scootorials!

Within my GT (gifted and talented) groups, many of my students are second language learners. Thus, I have great diversity among my students, as some of the data points that qualify them for GT are non verbal intelligence scores, demonstrating their thinking, reasoning and problem solving skills independent of language. Still, even with Spanish resources... Continue Reading →

Mastering the Mastery Progress Report

Last week ScootPad released it’s Mastery Progress Report...and I LOVE it! Before, we could see in a static way how a student was progressing through a single grade. The beautiful aspect of the new reports is that you can see them advance and develop across multiple grades. The way it is organized, it allows teachers... Continue Reading →

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