Purpose of this presentation is illustrating various social and policy implications of the new assessment technology, Automatic Item Generation (AIG). An AIG approach integrates cognitive and psychometric theories for futuristic assessment services in digital framework. This presentation will explain how the policy-related concerns (e.g., teaching for testing, slow and expensive processes, teacher burnouts, etc.) caused by the traditional assessment methods can be overcome with the new digital technology, AIG.
An need exists to view social emotional learning as an integral part of supporting students within the school environment and not as the “next big thing” in education. In this session, social emotional learning within present systems of positive behavioral supports will be discussed. In addition, efforts to create a postive behavioral environment at the […]
Discussion of the combined response when Cabela’s was purchased by Bass Pro Shops and the subsequent transfer and removal of over 1,200 jobs from a town of just under 7,000. Chris, Hope, and Melissa have all played a part in demonstrating the #thepowerofus and what a school and community can do together when faced with […]
20 points of wisdom, tips, and relatable stories for all school principals.
Download slides for this presentation The relevance of STEM classes are brought to life through understanding career options available in advanced manufacturing—accounting, marketing, inventory control, precision machining, welding, assembly. The Central NE Manufacturing Partnership developed a variety of ways to integrate experiences into classroom STEM principles through tours, career fairs, job shadow, mentorship, career exploration, […]