SAM AI 2020 Instructional Leadership Summit Day 1 - Session 1


Session 1  9:30 -  10:30 AM 


Standards-Based Teaching, Learning & Assessment in Online & Remote Learning Environments - Colet Bartow, Michelle McCarthy, & Marisa Graybill  

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Speaker Presentation Slides


 Standards Based Teaching - Chat Text

Teacher Learning Hub Courses

Assessment  Resources

What have other districts done?

SBAC Tools for Teachers
Seven Keys to Effective Feedback, ASCD, Educational Leadership
Free Technology for Teachers:  10 Tools for Gathering Real-time Feedback from Students
TeachThought, Terry Heick: 5 Tools for Giving Students Narrative Feedback
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 5 Free Tools to Collect Student Feedback
Formative Assessment in Digital Learning, Edutopia 4/2020  (75 feedback tools)

COLET BARTOW...Colet Bartow was the School Library Specialist in the Content Standards and Instruction division from 2007 to December 2016, before being hired as the Content Standards and Instruction Director.  As of July 2020, she became the Senior Manager for the OPI Teaching and Learning Department, supervising Content Standards and Professional Learning, Career Technical and Adult Education (CTAE), and Assessment. Ms. Bartow spent 13 years as a teacher-librarian before joining the OPI in 2007. Colet  completed her M. Ed. In Curriculum and Instruction at Montana State University, and B.A. in English with endorsements in secondary English, School Library Media, and English as a Second Language at the University of Montana. Her first computer was a Radio Shack TRS-80. Her first job in a library was as a third-grade student.


MARISA GRAYBILL...Marisa Graybill is the Mathematics Instructional Coordinator at the Montana Office of Public Instruction. She earned her B.A in Mathematics and Statistics from Barnard College and a master's degree in Education and Curriculum from Boston University. She has taught both middle and high school mathematics across the country. She is passionate about equitable mathematics education for all students.

MICHELLE MCCARTHY...Michelle is working with the state’s science education leaders to support science instruction in Montana schools. Michelle was a middle school science, social studies, and math teacher at Bridger Schools. She served as RtI and Test Coordinator, as well as ½ time principal/teacher. As an adjunct online teaching faculty at MSU-Billings, she taught undergraduate and graduate K-8/ 5-12 Science Methods courses and has been involved as a teacher leader in the Partnership to Reform Inquiry Science in Montana (PRISM). She earned her Bachelor of Science Education, SPED minor, and Master of Education at MSU-Billings, and is working on her Curriculum and Instruction Doctorate at MSU-Bozeman.