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iPad Summit Boston 2015 is back at the Hynes Convention Center November 16-18, 2015. To learn more and regsiter go to ettipad.org.

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Wednesday, November 18 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Differentiating Instruction Based on Student Data

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How do you measure student growth in specific standards and how can you use that data to empower teachers to differentiate instruction? How can you leverage resources to provide quick remediation and better communicate progress to students and parents? Since September, Mineola School District has collected roughly 2500 daily Common Core Aligned data points on students in Grades 3-8.

Administrators and teachers at Mineola Middle School and Jackson Avenue School have been using this information and their 1:1 iPad program to restructure class time, personalize resources, and design activities based on student deficiencies in specific standards.

Learn how Mineola UFSD uses iPads and their own curriculum, to create digital portfolios of student progress by standard and differentiate education based on student results.

Mineola School District currently has 1400 iPads in grades 3-8 in a 1:1 initiative.

Speakers
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Michael Nagler

Superintendent, Mineola School District
Under Dr. Michael Nagler’s leadership as Superintendent, Mineola Union Free School District was one of the first Districts to implement a 1:1 iPad initiative. Mineola’s innovative use of the iPad led Apple to declare Mineola Middle School an Apple Distinguished School, the only one in New York State. Mineola was recently accepted into the League of Innovative schools; one of only 57 districts nationwide.


Wednesday November 18, 2015 2:15pm - 3:15pm
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