Curriculum Trak is offering a series of general practice webinars focusing on topics any faith-based educator may find helpful regardless of whether they are using Curriculum Trak or not. These webinars are offered for a limited time on a complimentary basis. We invite you to join us and promote these within your network as well.
Review the descriptions below and the times offered. Click on the registration link to reserve your spot and receive your access information for the webinar.
Today’s educators know that assessing student learning is more than quizzes and tests, but rather an earnest pursuit to gather information about student learning to make effective instructional decisions and to help students to become self-directed learners. We will look at a few practical, well-researched, and effective methods of assessing student learning in K-12.
The goal of this webinar is to discuss some trends toward minimalism in planning and instruction and a survey of how curriculum mapping supports those efforts. Time will be provided for attendees to share their best practices and discuss current challenges.
This webinar will review recommended practices for outlining course concepts, aligning with standards/benchmarks, and how that can impact expectations for essential questions or learning targets. These topics will be explored in the Curriculum Trak atmosphere, but can be transferred to any mapping practice.
This webinar will review recommended practices for defining how you are teaching what you teach in a mapping environment. It will review the need for researched-based instructional strategies, tips and tricks for recording, reviewing, and collaborating over these while embracing minimalism.
*Please check back often to find additional webinars or contact support with recommendations or questions.