Kathy Dyer is a Sr. Professional Development Content Specialist for NWEA, designing and developing learning opportunities for partners and internal staff. Formerly a Professional Development Consultant for NWEA, she coached teachers and school leadership and provided professional development focused on assessment, data, and leadership. In a career that includes 20 years in the education field, she has also served as a district achievement coordinator, principal, and classroom teacher. She received her Masters in Educational Leadership from the University of Colorado Denver. Follow her on Twitter at @kdyer13.
Involving students in their own learning is a core component of effective formative assessment practice. Empowering student collaboration can help them understand their learning targets, while moving… Continue Reading
Formative assessment focuses on two main things: teachers and students gathering accurate information in the moment, and teachers using that information to quickly adapt instruction. Ongoing formative… Continue Reading
What do you get when you mix the 7 Norms of Collaboration (Garmston and Wellman 2009), Evocative Coaching (Tschannen-Moran and Tschannen-Moran 2010), Adaptive Schools (Garmston and Wellman… Continue Reading