University of Wisconsin-Stout (Wisconsin’s Polytechnic University) has organized a collection of freerubrics for assessing social media projects. The Wiki Rubric’s criteria are useful for assessing individual and group wiki contributions. Users of the Blog Rubric can assess individual blog entries, as well as comments on peers’ blogs. And the Twitter Rubric will help teachers assess student learning during social networking instructional assignments.
The National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI) advances STEM education to ensure all students, especially those furthest from opportunity, thrive and reach their highest potential as problem solvers and lifelong learners who pursue their passions and tackle the world’s toughest challenges.
Whether you’re teaching in person, remotely, or in a hybrid model, it’s critical to close learning gaps this school year. Renaissance Focus Skills help you prioritize instruction by focusing on the most essential skills first. Focus Skills are based on your state standards and show you what every student needs to learn for success. Download literacy and math Focus Skills for free.
Smithsonian Science for the Classroom is setting the standard for 3Dlearning and 3D assessment. Developed by the Smithsonian Science Education Center, this integrated STEM curriculum is designed to engage students in grades 1–5 in phenomenon-based learning through coherent storylines that connect to the world around them.