NC K-3 Formative Assessment Process Communications


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5/16/18
In this KEA Success Story featured in the May 16, 2018 Curriculum Leaders' Update, Swain County's District Implementation Team illustrates the importance of utilizing coaching and a growth mindset when implementing the Kindergarten Entry Assessment (KEA) portion of the NC K-3 Formative Assessment Process and making instructional decisions for children.
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4/23/18
In this KEA Success Story featured in the April 23, 2018 Curriculum Leaders' Update, Ashley Britt, a kindergarten teacher at East Rockingham Elementary School (Richmond County Schools), shares how she utilizes her grade level's PLC structure to support students' growth.
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3/20/18
In this KEA Success Story featured in the March 20, 2018 Curriculum Leaders' Update, Kim Brooks, a kindergarten teacher at Hawks Nest STEAM Academy (Gaston County Schools), shares the importance of the formative assessment process, attention to various domains of learning and development, and the use of multiple means of assessment for student growth.
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1/16/18
In this KEA Success Story featured in the January 16, 2018 Curriculum Leaders' Update, Robyn Sutton, a 20-year veteran teacher in Duplin County Schools, shares how the NC K-3 Formative Assessment Process has impacted her professional practice.
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11/20/17
In this KEA Success Story featured in the November 20, 2017 Curriculum Leaders' Update, Anna Mitchell, a kindergarten teacher at Mary Scroggs Elementary (Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools), shares how she uses the grip and manipulation construct progression to support her students' development of fine motor skills.
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6/12/17
In this KEA Success Story featured in the June 12, 2017 Superintendents' Weekly Message, Sampson County Schools’ Elementary Director Jeana Carr shares a story that illustrates the importance of utilizing data from the Kindergarten Entry Assessment (KEA) portion of the NC K-3 Formative Assessment Process to make instructional decisions for children. The whole-child focus of the KEA provides teachers with valuable information to improve student performance.
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5/15/17
In this KEA Success Story featured in the May 15, 2017 Superintendents' Weekly Message, Megan Turner, a kindergarten teacher at B. Everett Jordan Elementary School (Alamance-Burlington Schools), shares how using the fine motor development construct progressions has been of great value to her this year.

4/4/17 This Success Story from Kannapolis City Schools depicts how one district is implementing the KEA/K-3 Formative Assessment Process.
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3/16/17
The KEA Requirements Letter, written by Office of Early Learning Director John Pruette, details the KEA Requirements for the 2017-18 school year.
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1/23/17
A letter of gratitude from Office of Early Learning Director, John Pruette.