Webinar: How Districts Can Implement Personalized Learning Initiatives Using Diagnostic Assessment and the CCSS
Learn how school districts and schools can implement personalized learning initiatives through the evolving technologies surrounding diagnostic assessment and the CCSS. Let's Go Learn's CEO, Richard Capone, will cover the following in this webinar:

I. Overview of new CCSS online state assessment
II. Summary of what to expect with the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) and PARCCS
III. Role of CCSS in greater assessment landscape
IV. Factors needed for successful transition towards blended and personalized learning by school districts
V. Examples of how other districts are implementing successful reform
VI. Q & A 

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https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/6889371981963134720
01-23-2013 01-23-2013
All times are listed in the Pacific Coast time zone.
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