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How to Ensure Remote or In-Person Reading Assessments Provide the Data You Need to Guide Instruction

April 19, 2021
Teacher helping a young Black girl with an an assignment

Watch this 20-minute video from Pivot Learning to hear Drs. Michelle Hosp and Louisa Moats discuss:

  • Tips for conducting reading assessments remotely
  • The pros and cons of computer adaptive assessments
  • The value of timed tasks in reading assessment

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