Instruction

Educational instruction comes in many forms, and Let’s Go Learn specializes in supporting educational technology, or edtech. Good instruction leverages student evaluations based on assessments to build personalized, adaptive, integrative instruction for K12 curriculum. Generally, curriculum explains what the students will be taught while instruction shows us how the students will be taught.

On this page, Let’s Go Learn and its partners provide a library of blog articles to offer instructional strategies and best practices in educational instruction for everyone from professional educators and teachers, to tutors and homeschool parents. We welcome your comments.

5 Easy Tips to Support & Retain New Teachers

44%+ teachers leave education within their first five years (Council of Exceptional Children [CEC], 2021). What can you do to make them want to stay? Here are 5 easy tips on how to support and retain your new teachers this school year. Tip 1: Welcome the innovation your new teachers bring. Yes,

By |2021-10-05T19:26:43+00:00October 5th, 2021|Instruction|0 Comments

10 Strategies to Help Schools Restart

The reopening of schools this fall will be a challenge that may continue throughout the entire school year. Here are 10 evidenced-based strategies to help guide you through this stage. Review these strategies and adjust them for your particular needs. Then share them with your principals and/or site leaders. They will help accelerate learning,

By |2021-09-09T01:22:22+00:00September 9th, 2021|Assessment, Instruction, Mathematics, Reading|0 Comments

3 Keys to Successful Professional Development with Let’s Go Learn

By Christina Barragan and Onowa Bjella, M.Ed Determine how Let’s Go Learn fits into school and district initiatives Let’s Go Learn will support you with your district initiatives with real-time reports, granular data, and personalized learning. Your data will be stored year over year so that you can easily monitor progress towards

Formative Assessments Best Practices

By Alicia Atkinson, M.Ed, and Onowa Bjella, M.Ed Formative assessments area an important part of the assessment/instruction cycle, and there are many best practices which help make their use run smoother. First, what are formative assessments? The goal of formative assessment is to monitor student learning to provide ongoing feedback that can be used

By |2021-07-14T03:09:44+00:00July 14th, 2021|Assessment, Instruction|0 Comments

Proactively Using End of Year Data

The end of the school year can be a hectic time. As teachers finish their last lessons, complete end-of-year assessments, and pack up their classrooms, there usually isn’t much time to think about the following school year. However, taking time to analyze end-of-year data and use it to plan proactively for the next year

By |2021-04-28T18:55:48+00:00April 27th, 2021|Assessment, Instruction, Mathematics|0 Comments

10 Tips for a Successful Summer School Program

Virtually all schools today are considering summer school options, in particular to help compensate for the learning loss and lack of social engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have already committed to a program, and hope that vaccination rates will allow significantly more in-person interaction this summer. Here, the Let's Go Learn CSS (Customer

By |2021-04-21T18:04:45+00:00April 20th, 2021|Assessment, Instruction, Mathematics, Reading|0 Comments

How to Quickly Close the Math Gap: Ideas for Summer School and Quick Intervention

Let’s face it: we know that our students’ education suffered this past year due to school closures, experimental hybrid models, little to no peer interaction, and insufficient time for gap filling and remediation.  But did you know that math is usually the subject that suffers the most each year, and all the more so

By |2021-04-06T01:23:29+00:00April 5th, 2021|Assessment, Instruction, Mathematics|0 Comments

The Crucial Elements of Faithful Data

Did you know, in 2008 researchers estimated that the number of data bits surpassed the estimated number of stars in the universe? Since that finding, data has grown by a factor of 10 every five years. With greater amounts of raw data, educators have the opportunity to improve their use of data in their RtI/MTSS implementations

By |2021-03-17T19:34:53+00:00March 17th, 2021|Assessment, Instruction, Mathematics, Reading|0 Comments

Getting Staff Back to School

During the first week of February this year, new CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said there is growing evidence that schools can re-open safely. Not coincidently, her statement came at the same time COVID-19 vaccines were beginning to role out en masse. Some states, like Oregon, put educators in the top Phase of vaccine

By |2021-03-16T18:37:27+00:00March 16th, 2021|Instruction|0 Comments

How to Solve for Learning Loss — What Does the Evidence Say?

You don’t need to consult the myriad statistical reports during COVID-19 to know that most students have suffered a learning loss. And students who entered the pandemic below grade level have of course suffered most. How can teachers and learners recover? First, let’s look at the phrase itself. In a recent article in Ed

By |2021-07-21T20:36:08+00:00February 23rd, 2021|Assessment, Instruction, Mathematics, Reading|0 Comments