The Continuing Educator
Digital and Disciplinary Literacy, with Laura Hansen
November 7, 2022
What are digital and disciplinary literacy, and why are they so important right now? We dive into these questions with Laura B. Hansen, director of Teaching and Learning Connections at NWEA.
In this episode of The Continuing Educator, our hosts talk about how to establish a real rapport with your students and build a classroom culture where they can trust and thrive. The first step? Ask your kids how they want the class to work for them, and be honest about what you expect in return. Kids can smell inauthenticity. Plus: Tips for when to step in to kids’ conflicts with each other, the utility of unicorns and mermaids, and a google-form for hair-adjacent encouragement.
Products: Professional Learning
Funded by Microsoft’s AI for Accessibility Grant, NWEA joined with Perkins Access, Governor Morehead School, and Sonja Steinbach, a math educator who works with students with vision disabilities. Together, they embarked on a unique research partnership to make middle school mathematics assessments more accessible for students with vision impairments.
Educators are confronted by many common misconceptions about dyslexia, which can negatively impact how students progress in literacy. This webinar will help you make research-based decisions to support young readers, as well as share an overview of MAP Reading Fluency.