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Recorded Webinars


The NC K-3 Formative Assessment Process involves five critical components: selecting learning targets, developing criteria for success, eliciting evidence of learning, interpreting the evidence, and adapting/responding to learning needs. The NC K-3 FAP team works to provide you with the resources you need to support the formative assessment process in your classroom, your school, and your district. On this page you will find recordings of previously presented webinars addressing a variety of topics related to the NC K-3 FAP.






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We've Got the Tools for You! Emotional-Social Development in K-3Original Airdate: March 7, 2018, 1:00-1:30 p.m. and 3:30-4:00 p.m.

Join us to explore the Emotional Literacy and Emotion Regulation construct progressions using NC's Formative Assessment Process. Together we will practice: (1) ways to observe and elicit evidence of students' emotional-social development, (2) how to interpret evidence using construct progressions, (3) how to adapt/respond to students' emotional social-learning needs, (4) how to select learning targets, and (5) how to develop criteria for success. We have resources and hands-on activities for immediate use in your classroom!

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We've Got the Tools for You! Emotional-Social Development in K-3 Transcript
Pre-K — 3rd Grade: Why It MattersOriginal Airdate: February 15, 2018, 1:00-1:30 p.m. and 3:30-4:00 p.m.

This webinar will underscore the tenets in the following statement: "Children's experiences during the early years provide the foundation for later school success" (FirstSchool). As such, this session will investigate and discuss the needed emphasis on the Pre-K-3 continuum with a focus on the following: research, developmentally appropriate experiences and rigor, formative assessment, professional development, and family and community engagement.

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Pre-K-3rd Grade: Why It Matters Transcript

Full STEAM Ahead: Incorporating the NC Kindergarten Entry Assessment (KEA) into a STEAM K Classroom (Part II)Original Airdate: February 1, 2018, 3:30-4:00 p.m.

As teachers implement the NC Kindergarten Entry Assessment (KEA), it is beneficial to recognize that many kindergarten teachers have all the skills they need to begin the process in their classrooms. This is also true when using the STEAM activities in the kindergarten classroom. This session will empower teachers to carefully consider their weekly STEAM lesson plans with a specific focus on the whole child using the NC KEA.

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Full STEAM Ahead: Incorporating the NC Kindergarten Entry Assessment (KEA) into a STEAM K Classroom, Part II Transcript

Full STEAM Ahead: Incorporating the NC Kindergarten Entry Assessment (KEA) into a STEAM K Classroom (Part I)Original Airdate: January 11, 2018, 3:30-4:00 p.m.

As teachers implement the NC Kindergarten Entry Assessment (KEA), it is beneficial to recognize that many kindergarten teachers have all the skills they need to begin the process in their classrooms. This is also true when using the STEAM activities in the kindergarten classroom. This session will empower teachers to carefully consider their weekly STEAM lesson plans with a specific focus on the whole child using the NC KEA.

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Full STEAM Ahead: Incorporating the NC Kindergarten Entry Assessment (KEA) into a STEAM K Classroom, Part I Transcript


Just Did It and Continue to Just Do ItOriginal Airdate: December 7, 2017, 3:30-4:00 p.m.

You Just Did IT! You completed the Status Summary determination
for each child in your kindergarten classroom. “Are you done?” When you review the determinations, has each child reached his/her full potential? Find out how continuing the process can benefit every child and fully develop the WHOLE CHILD and why you should continue to Just Do It!




Just Did It and Continue to Just Do It Webinar Transcript