Home Base Overview: “A Day in the Life of a Teacher: How Schoolnet Can Be Used to Improve Instruction” CTE Conference. July 16, 2014. Session Outline. Home Base Overview Locate instructional materials Create instructional resources and lessons
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July 16, 2014
Home Base Overview: An Integrated Suite of Technology Tools
Student Information and Learner Profile
Instructional Design, Practice & Resources
Data Analysis and Reporting
Educator Effectiveness: Evaluation and Professional Development
Instructional Tools & Resources
a newstandards-aligned tool for instruction (e.g. lesson plans, unit plans), assessment, and data analysis
a student information system
an online evaluation system and newprofessional development system
Evaluation and PD
Instructional Resources Available
Over 28,000 Instructional Resources (lesson plans, unit plans, multi-media,etc.) across all grades and subjects
Additional standards-aligned resources and vetted instructional resources, including the best of North Carolina educators’ work
Some of our many Content Providers
8,672 Instructional Resources for Social Studies and Science
Current Providers of External Content
1,137 Instructional Resources for English Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, and World Languages
2,111 Additional Instructional Resources in various for Art, Music, History, etc.
Over 36,000 items in English Language Arts (ELA), Math, Science, and Social Studies. These came from ClassScape or were purchased from outside vendors.
Additional items, including multiple item types (approximately 62,000 total items will be available for teacher and district use at the start of the 2014-15 school year)
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