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Article Feb, 2018

How Superintendents Can Set Benchmarks to Fuel Student Achievement

Which strategies should superintendents consider when setting education benchmarks in their districts to track progress toward student achievement?

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January, 2015

Calculating Mastery: When Has a Student Mastered a Standard?

In Standards-Based Grading (SBG), it’s important to define how a teacher knows when a student has met a particular learning goal. In other words, you need to know when a student has demonstrated mastery. This is especially important when you’re trying to get a quick sense of how a student is doing on a particular […]

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January, 2015

Bloom’s Taxonomy in PowerSchool Learning: Evaluating Apps

A review of apps within PowerSchool Learning that tie to the remembering level of Bloom’s taxonomy, split by category

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January, 2015

Bloom’s Taxonomy in PowerSchool Learning: Evaluating Apps

A review of apps within PowerSchool Learning that tie to the evaluating level of Bloom’s taxonomy, split by category

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January, 2015

Bloom’s Taxonomy in PowerSchool Learning: Analyzing Apps

A review of apps within PowerSchool Learning that tie to the analyzing level of Bloom’s taxonomy, split by category

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January, 2015

Bloom’s Taxonomy in PowerSchool Learning: Applying Apps

A review of apps within PowerSchool Learning that tie to the applying level of Bloom’s taxonomy, split by category.

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January, 2012

Bill Gates highlights PowerSchool Learning (formerly Haiku Learning) and the Global Online Academy

At the 2012 NAIS conference in Seattle, Bill Gates presented a keynote address on how innovations in technology are changing the landscape of education. It was our work with the Global Online Academy that captured Gates’ attention.

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