What is C lass S cape ® ?. An online classroom-based assessment system which: Helps teachers to achieve and maintain curriculum/instructional alignment Assists teachers with identification of individual and class strengths and weaknesses
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An online classroom-based assessment system which:
ClassScape is focused on the needs of North Carolina schools:
North Carolina Teachers!
EOG/EOC Content Leads
One of us…the Supermanagers!
The benchmark tool add-on provides districts with the ability to:
Included in the New School Start-Up Package
Not recommended for:
“…we have been able to significantly improve our EOG scores for all upper elementary grades.”
Darlene Carrigan, Director of C&I, Alexander County
“ClassScape helped me this year by making their science tests so in depth; because of them I have a 4 on my science EOG.”
Marshall Thomas, 8th grader
“I was able to learn how to implement ClassScape in my room quickly and easily.”
Jamie Lewis, 8th grade teacher, Caldwell County
“ ClassScape has assisted in increasing rigor in order for students to be successful on state and local assessments…..it’s used during daily teacher instruction, data monitoring of students’ strengths and weaknesses, district benchmarks, and remediation….the data generated from ClassScape has been key in leading effective grade and building level PLCs to drive instruction.”
“The data provided by ClassScape ensures our instruction is data driven. We use the reports for curriculum planning, professional learning discussions and meeting the needs of all learners.”
Rebecca Cox, Instructional Specialist, Wilkes County
“The ability to customize benchmark assessments has provided teachers with the tools to share meaningful data, adjust instruction, and align lesson plans with the Standard Course of Study.”
Michael L. Foust, Assistant PrincipalDenton Elementary, Davidson County