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Friday, July 18 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Assessing Student Work Through Gap Analysis LIMITED

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Understanding the gaps between students’ demonstrated knowledge and primary objectives such as the Common Core Learning Standards is key to empowering teachers to facilitate student learning toward higher achievement. This session for K-12 educators will afford participants the opportunity to assess student work through an objective lens using a gap analysis protocol based on a set of Common Core Learning Standards. Participants will then discuss the implications for teacher planning and preparation.


Ivy Dreisbach

Ivy Dreisbach was a New York City Department of Education teacher and instructional coach for over 20 years.  Her diverse teaching background included teaching English, English as a Second Language and High School Equivalency to both adolescents and adults. The focus of her coaching roles have ranged in responsibility from mentoring first year teachers, developing the content for an online mentor course to supporting key school instructional... Read More →

Samuel Scott

Samuel Scott, Jr. is a Senior Network Achievement Coach with the Fordham University Children's First Network.  Samuel was an elementary school teacher for five years in the New York City Department of Education.  During his teaching career he was awarded with the Junior Great Book's Great Teacher Award.  He then was accepted into the New York City Leadership Academy.  After graduating from the academy he helped to open a... Read More →

Friday July 18, 2014 10:30am - 12:00pm

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