Lunch & Learn: Integrating Technology that WORKS with Compass Learning
This event has been cancelled. Please contact Tiffany Kallevik with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hosted by the Colorado League of Charter Schools and Compass Learning
Dates: Thursday, March 31
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Cost: League Members: free; Non-members: $25
Location: Colorado League of Charter Schools Training Center, 4201 E. Yale Avenue, Denver, CO 80222
Description: Classes get bigger. Resources shrink. In this day and age, how do make sure students receive instruction that’s best for them—that meets their needs as curious individuals? How do we engage, nurture, and sustain that curiosity? Without a doubt, implementing technology in a meaningful way can be a challenge. The secret is finding the precise balance between face-to-face instruction and digital learning in an instructional plan that delivers what students need when they need it. Compass Learning® makes it easier with engaging, rigorous learning acceleration software that provides the right breadth and depth of content. We provide top-notch K-12 solutions for intervention, blended learning, and credit recovery.
In addition, Compass Learning integrates with some of your favorite assessment partners, such as NWEA MAP. Compass Learning works by automatically translating MAP assessment data into individualized learning paths aligned to students’ RIT ranges at the sub-goal level. Each learning path contains Compass Learning reading/language arts or math instructional and practice activities specifically chosen to help students move from their current RIT ranges into the next. Research shows that students are 2.3. times more likely to grow academically when using NWEA MAP in conjunction with Compass Learning. Join us to see the impacts of high-quality instructional content on student achievement, engagement, and motivation!
This LNL is especially relevant for curriculum and instruction directors. For best results, bring your team.
Registration: Deadline: Tuesday, March 29. Event is contingent on a minimum of 10 attendees.