Educational Technology 
Computer Science Fundamentals: Kindergarten-5th Grade Spring Session View offerings/not available icon
Computer Science Fundamentals is a Code.org curriculum designed for students in kindergarten through fifth grade (K-5). Each grade level units are between 12-20 lessons long that are built for flexible implementation. During the workshop, participants will learn from certified Code.org facilitators, participate in a model lesson, learn the management system, and dive into the lessons. Tina Tribu can be contacted at tina.tribu@kresa.org with any questions.
Developing Appropriate Assessments View offerings/not available icon
Participants will learn to develop assessments based on five key characteristics of an assessment: clear purpose, clear targets, assessment design, effective communication, and student involvement. Participants will learn to match targets to different types of assessments, as well as, successfully develop a new assessment.
Developing Assessment Capable Learners View offerings/not available icon
Participants will dive into the critical components and most effective types of self-assessment and how it can motivate students to higher levels of achievement.
Illluminate - Using Forms in Illuminate View offerings/not available icon
Participants will learn how to utilize Illuminate DnA features as a way to communicate data through forms. Pre-requirement: Helpful for participants to be familiar with custom reports.
Illuminate - Purposeful Action with Your Illuminate Data View offerings/not available icon
Participants will utilize pre-built Illuminate reports along with guiding questions to drive instructional action. Participants will select appropriate reports that best serve the needs of a Professional Learning Community and/or Collaborative Team.
Illuminate DnA for Beginners View offerings/not available icon
This professional learning session will familiarize new users to Illuminate DnA. The session will support the participant by learning how to access the system, create assessments, and utilize reports. Participants should bring a curriculum to help create an assessment.
Illuminate- DnA Key Contacts Meeting View offerings/not available icon
These regional meetings allow for district key contacts supporting Illuminate DnA to network, learn, and discuss the use of Illuminate DnA.
Illuminate DnA with your Curriculum View offerings/not available icon
This professional learning session will demonstrate how to use Illuminate DnA with your curriculum. Participants will create Flexible Assessments aligned to their current curriculum. Participants should bring a curriculum of their choice.
Illuminate DnA: Live Proctoring View offerings/not available icon
This professional learning will support participants in their understanding of the formative assessment process. Participants will become familiar with the connection of the formative assessment process and Illuminate DnA.
Illuminate DnA: The New Item Bank View offerings/not available icon
This professional learning session will support users of Illuminate DnA in their creation of Item Bank Assessments and creating items for the Item Bank Assessment.
Today's Assessment Systems View offerings/not available icon
Participants will learn the higher order, complex thinking skills that today's students need to be successful, and its implications for assessment, teaching, and learning. Utilizing the Assessment Literacy Standards, participants will align their teaching, learning, and assessment practices that currently exist, along with developing revisions in order to strengthen their practices.
Understanding the Formative Assessment Process View offerings/not available icon
Participants will understand the formative assessment process and how it relates to the instructional cycle. While learning the components of formative assessment, participants will understand how they can enhance the learning process.
Xello 101 View offerings/not available icon
An introduction and general overview of the Student Experience and their journey into self-knowledge, exploration, and planning. Then we’ll take a look at the educator platform to see tools, features and reports that will make tracking your students’ progress a breeze!
Xello 201 View offerings/not available icon
A deeper dive into the Student Experience, their assessment results and determining fit, and timeline experiences. Then to the Educator Tools for designing reports that make sense for your district, reviewing the family portal and built-in college planning tools for every Junior and Senior.