Have you recently heard phrases like "learning gaps", "students' deficits", or "assess learning loss"? Amidst these treading ideas, educators must pay attention to students' assets and use what students know to help them develop broader and deeper fact fluency. In order to do so, assessing fluency needs to be both efficient and informational.
Join us in three evening virtual sessions where we:
• develop an understanding of fluency
• investigate numerous games for assessing and developing fluency,
• analyze videos illustrating interactions with students, and
• explore assessment tools