LDC CoreTools users who play any kind of instructional coaching role can use “Group Management” to create and manage groups of teachers they support, invite teachers to create LDC CoreTools accounts if they don’t already have them, apply
Exciting News! The new LDC student work rubrics for 2016-17, created by the Stanford Center for Assessment, Learning, and Equity (SCALE), are now available for any Tasks teachers build in LDC CoreTools. These innovative rubrics have been field tested and studied for validity and reliability.
LDC has been busy preparing additional features and content in LDC CoreTools to build upon the recent enhancements to better serve your professional learning needs! Recently, we introduced three significant improvements to help you track your professional accomplishments and to help you find more high-quality LDC Tasks and Modules.
Every quarter, the Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC) manages a National Peer Review process to provide educators an opportunity to reflect and receive feedback on their recent work as a way to recognize their professional accomplishments. We hope that you’ve had time to reflect on and revise your LDC design work from this year based on the results you observed in your classroom, and we encourage you to submit your best modules to the Summer 2016 LDC National Peer Review! The deadline for submissions is Friday, July 29.