Student portfolios of annotations can track text understanding over time
How EdLight’s data meeting structure can increase alignment + acceleration
Our central challenge: Helping teams focus on rigorous grade-level material while also addressing the barriers to grade level understanding.
Resources and strategies to support school teams when launching effective student work analysis cycles.
A school leader’s perspective on considerations to make when approaching looking at student work alongside reopening doors for students.
In this case study, we explore how the Instructional Leadership team (ILT) at KIPP Academy Lynn Middle school collaborated to launch looking at student work using EdLight.
Teacher-Leader Ms. Layson on how she guides students through preparing for student-led conferences.
Here are some of the lessons we have learned about making remote tutoring highly effective from our partners, and also from our own tutoring practice.
As a teacher, using Criteria for Success tees me up to give targeted feedback.
Advice from an EdLight user on how to use our product to keep math rigor high.
This document will go into three different hybrid learning scenarios and suggest how schools can focus on student work (with or without EdLight).
Regardless of the learning scenario, find a way to see authentic student work.
At EdLight, we’ve found a method of remote tutoring that puts student thinking first.
Students that are engaged get far too little feedback in return.