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Teacher Showcase: Edcite-formatted Exams with Katherine Jensen

Check this out to hear about Katherine Jensen, Northview math teacher, adminstering semester exams in Edcite for better AIR test prep.

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2017 Test Preparation

Check out the AIR and ACT resources developed by the district for the 2017 testing cycle.

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Resource Introduction: Edcite

Want to make your own AIR-style assessments? Check out Edcite!

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Teacher Showcase: Student Video Production with Tracy Donnelly and Kristen Ireland

Our new digital playground makes student video easier than ever before. Check out how two Northview teachers are doing it!

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Teacher Showcase: Interactive Video Instruction with Anna Drake-Kotz

Leave 20th century TV behind with Anna Drake-Kotz and Edpuzzle interactive video instruction!

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Teacher Showcase: Mastering Fluency with Tim Nottke

To support his students’ reading fluency, McCord teacher Tim Nottke has embraced Fluency Tutor, an amazing digital solution. Check out his story!

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Resource Introduction: The New Google Sites

The new Google Sites makes web building in class easier than ever before. Check out how!

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Teacher Showcase: Talking to a Thesaurus with Holly Welsch and Diane Long

At McCord Junior High School, Holly Welsch and Diane Long bring Amazon’s Echo into the classroom for word study.

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Teacher Showcase: Recording Visual Imagery with Heather Chiapetta

At Northview, Heather Chiapetta helps her students build comprehension of visual imagery through their own voices.