Tagging Questions with Standards in SMART Response

With the new version of Smart Notebook 11 and Smart Response 2012 comes the ability to link the questions directly to the new Common Core as well as all the individual state cores. The advantage of doing this is that it allows you to run reports to see how students are performing by standard. This way you can give an assessment that covers several topics and know how they are doing on each one. The software combines all the questions dealing with one standard or topic into one bar graph.  Response to Intervention (RTI) becomes easier with this information, allowing you to truly drive your instruction with data. This brief video will show you how to tag your questions so that you can get the standard specific information you need to do your Response to Intervention (RTI).

 

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Bob Jackman

Bob Jackman is a native of Utah. He graduated with a BA in Music Performance with a teaching certificate from Southern Utah University. Bob taught at Fort Herriman Middle School for four years teaching instrumental music. During that time he earned a Masters of Music from the University of Utah. He spent two years providing Microsoft operating system technical support and 7 years providing technology support for teachers to help them more efficiently use technology to help students learn. This was done while he was in college and while teaching in Herriman. Bob loves technology and education and is excited to put the two together and help teachers use technology to improve student learning. Bob Jackman is an Account Manager at The Chariot Group, Inc.

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