Tag Archives: New York
Last week Dr. John King, New York State Education Commissioner left a back to school message on the newly created EngageNY website. We invite you to watch Dr. King’s Back to School message and share your thoughts.
Dr. King’s message focuses on the following themes:
- Educational Change
- What and how we learn
- How New
New York State has released Common Core aligned sample questions for grades 3-8 ELA and Math. While these documents are from NYSED, this is a useful glimpse at what future nationwide assessments may look like. The questions are “out for review,” and there’s a survey to provide feedback.
There are approximately twelve questions for each subject … Read more
This SMART Notebook file is a review for Book 1 of the NYS Math Assessment, which will be administered on Wednesday, April 25.
The file’s ”core” is the 2010 test. For each question on the 2010 test there are four additional examples on that same performance indicator, a link to a web resource on the topic, and a … Read more
Come and be a part of TEQSMART’09 SMART Board User Conference. The inaugural conference will be a place where passion, experience, and educational artistry are shared. Teachers from across the New York metro area will have the opportunity to network, and explore SMART Board lessons and ideas with other educators and professionals. Visit the Solutions Room where you … Read more
There have been a lot of fourth-grade teachers in New York State looking for a learning object that meets their core curriculum needs.
In response, we’ve created a New York State learning object — and, we’re offering this learning object free for a short time.
This learning object can be used to teach about:
Ever wonder what Manhattan looked like before European explorers arrived? Well then there is a website that brings Manhattan island from the past into our present.