Fall 2023 New Features

Welcome educators and learners back to school! As we embark on another eminent year, we are thrilled to announce exciting new features and developments here at Let's Go Learn. Continually striving for excellence, we remain your trusted partner for data-driven, personalized learning solutions catered to K-12 assessment and instruction. Our commitment to supporting each

By |2023-08-21T16:47:17+00:00August 15th, 2023|Reading Assessment|0 Comments

CASE Webinar Strategies to Motivate Students to Learn Math with Dr. Jordan B Smith Jr.

CASE Webinar Strategies to Motivate Students to Learn Math with Dr. Jordan B Smith Jr. Educators must motivate and employ creative strategies, as discussed in the CASE webinar below with Dr. Jordan B Smith Jr., its time to make math an engaging and rewarding learning journey. Mathematics can evoke varied student emotions, with

By |2023-08-24T16:11:43+00:00August 9th, 2023|Math Curriculum|0 Comments

Streamlining Special Education Procedures with Dr. Kevin Rubenstein

PD on the Go: Streamlining Special Education Procedures with Dr. Kevin Rubenstein Let's Go Learn recently interviewed an expert on streamlining Special Education procedures. As the President-Elect of National CASE (Council of Administrators of Special Education) and Assistant Superintendent of Elmhurst 205 in Illinois, Dr. Kevin Rubenstein is widely respected in the field

By |2023-08-23T21:59:27+00:00August 9th, 2023|Special Education|0 Comments

Optimizing Learning Potential with Diagnostic Assessments

In traditional education, a standardized teaching method clashes with the varied ways students learn, highlighting the need to explore innovative strategies like optimizing Learning Potential with Diagnostic Assessments.  Some may excel in mathematics but struggle with writing, while others may have a natural talent for visual learning but find auditory instruction challenging. Recognizing and

By |2023-08-24T17:24:11+00:00August 9th, 2023|Reading Assessment|0 Comments

Beginning of Year Assessments

Ready, Set, School! How to Prepare for the First Day of School As the new school year approaches, parents and students are filled with a mix of excitement and nerves. The first day of school sets the tone for the entire academic journey ahead, making it crucial to be well-prepared. Thankfully, with the

By |2023-08-08T02:25:21+00:00August 8th, 2023|Math Assessment|0 Comments

Universal Design for Learning

What is Universal Design for Learning (UDL)? Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an educational framework created by David H. Rose, Ed.D. of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and the Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST), that seeks to provide all learners with access to an inclusive learning environment. The guiding principle

By |2023-04-18T02:34:33+00:00April 18th, 2023|Education Reform|0 Comments

Special Education Law—Perez vs Sturgis

One of the most significant special education court cases in several years has been decided by the US Supreme Court this week. The case, Perez vs. Sturgis, clarifies the circumstances in which a disabled student has the right to sue a school district for failing to provide a “Free Appropriate Public Education” (FAPE). Students

By |2023-03-28T02:29:20+00:00March 23rd, 2023|Special Education|0 Comments

IEP Accommodations

What are IEP accommodations? Individualized Education Plan (IEP) accommodations are an important part of individualizing a student’s education plan. Accommodations are changes made to enable a student to achieve learning in their own way. Unlike modifications, accommodations do not alter the learning expectations, only the manner in which the learning goal is taught.

By |2023-02-28T04:31:16+00:00February 28th, 2023|Special Education|0 Comments

Cognitive Load Theory: How to Optimize Learning

What is Cognitive Load Theory (CLT)? Cognitive load theory (CLT) is an instructional design principle at the intersection of psychology and education which helps teachers optimize the learning potential of their students. CLT divides the storage in our brains into 2 fundamental buckets, short-term and long-term memory, and helps define instructional procedures and

By |2023-02-28T23:13:42+00:00February 22nd, 2023|Education Reform|0 Comments
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