Learn about the best MAP Growth and MAP Reading Fluency reports to pull and how to look at them together, whether you’re a school leader or classroom teacher, in this best of Teach. Learn. Grow. eBook.
Use this strategic planning tool to identify your district’s key areas of need and resources that support learning for students affected by COVID learning interruptions.
This fact sheet provides an overview of the MAP Growth course specific math assessments. Learn what types of tests are available, how the assessment provides answers to important questions about student achievement and growth, how it helps educators make more confident decisions.
Products: MAP Growth
We assess our students every day. But do we always know why? In this e-book, Erin Beard, content design coordinator on NWEA’s professional learning team, tells you everything you need to know about assessment empowerment, from what it is to exactly how to bring it to life in your classroom.
Topics: Professional learning
Products: Professional Learning
This brief is a response to Paul Zavitkovsky’s paper titled “Data Rich/Information Poor,” and includes NWEA’s high-level comments and concerns regarding Mr. Zavitkovsky’s claims. The brief highlights five areas that challenge the strength, validity, and quality of some of Mr. Zavitkosky’s “findings,” and as such, provide context for interpreting his results with caution and scrutiny.
Products: MAP Growth
Like the students they serve, every educator enters the classroom in varying states of readiness. Education leaders must ensure each teacher has the tools, professional learning, and guidance they need to be successful. This detailed guide examines how the components of an NWEA Solution can provide the support teachers demand and deserve.
As a teacher, Misty Hodge wondered: Who makes these assessments I give my students? Are these companies listening to the teachers who use them, or are they just throwing darts in the dark? So she came to NWEA to make sure that teachers like her had a seat at the table. Misty shares her work leading NWEA’s partner advisory board and building something teachers can actually use. Then, Kailey and Misty nerd out about MAP Accelerator and how much it helps math teachers. Misty also shares stories from her time as an educator, including a creative use of a ropes course and a challenging first day as a substitute teacher. Thanks for listening — don’t forget to share, subscribe, and rate us five stars!