This intro video provides you with everything you need to know to get started using the Clever single sign on portal at Sun West.
Prepare for your first lesson with CommonLit360 by looking at your "should and could dos".
(Approximately 20 minutes)
Please watch the following video tutorial from Rob Fleisher from CommonLit to guide you through using the post-assessments avaiable in CommonLit.
To access the Professional Development Portal, it is suggested that you log into CommonLit via the Clever portal.
Once you are logged into CommonLit, you will see a link the Professional Development Portal in the top right corner of your screen.
If you would like to access CommonLit without using clever request a a link to reset your password to get the credientials you need to log in.
(Copy and paste this link into your browser:
An introduction to the Dossier program for teaching staff.
In this self-directed module, teachers will learn:
*Strategies for administering the pre-test
*Strategies for analyzing data to inform instruction
(Approximately 45 minutes)
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7 Short videos from Clever Academy will walk you through what you need to know to get started with Clever (about 16 minutes total).
This video provides a brief introduction to CommonLit's Pre-Assessment, which is available to teachers and students in grades 3-12.
Includes: multiple choice & Reading passages.
Available until November, so be sure to assign it prior to that.
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The folloiwng resource includes a supporting handout and a webinar on accessing and using the Emma Stewart Resource Centre. Resources Available via the library:Canadian Points of View (7-12)CBCA Complte (9-12)Candian Referene Centre (7-12)Canadian Major Dailies (8-12)PressReader (8-12)Britannica Online (K-12)Gale in Context: Elementary (K-5)Health & Wellness (9-12)Repere (9-12)Rover (K-12)NFB EducationCurio.ca& other French resources
Update your skills, learning and understanding and learn about how to use these great resources at your own pace.
This is an update of features in Mathletics for new and continued features. This is a very informal and relaxed demonstration - but very helpful!
Saskatchewan Math assessments, problem solving & reasoning, early learning, rich tasks by Dr. Marian Small & printable materials are included in this demo!
This webinar explores how to use Mathletics to maximize student learning at home. Learn how to have students working in more than one grade at a time and find printable materials in the teacher and student console. How to access problem solving and games is also be highlighted. A variety of tips and tricks for learning at home are provided.
This collection of support videos can help you navigate and troubleshoot your way through most Mathletics questions and issues.
Learn how to do everything from adding your classes, to using Meritopia, and much more!
This 10 minute video will explain how you can find, schedule and use the Saskatchewan Assessments housed within Mathletics with your students. These assessments can be used to support your work with Personalized Goals (PGs), classroom instruction and your other assessment needs.