Thursday, October 18, 2018
11:00 am ET
How can the power of interoperability help Florida educators ensure that math practice is both deliberate and equitable? Attend this informative webinar to discover the essential role of interoperability in connecting assessment data and instructional resources to personalize math practice and guide each student to mastery.
You’ll learn how to:
Be among the first educators in Florida to see how Renaissance® and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt® have partnered to make assessment-driven instruction a reality by using interoperability to seamlessly connect Renaissance Star Assessments® with Into Math™ Florida and AGA Florida.
Learn more about the Renaissance-HMH partnership by downloading the brochure.
Jan Bryan, EdD, is Vice President and National Education Officer at Renaissance. A former classroom teacher, she presents regularly on literacy development, math practice, and other key topics in K–12 education.
Ji Hyun Lim is Product Management Director on the Math Digital Product team at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. She loves working on digital experiences that lead to growth and positive learning outcomes for students and educators.
Gretchen Hanson is Product Marketing Manager for Renaissance Flow 360 and the Renaissance Growth Alliance. She has worked in the education industry for 20 years and is passionate about helping teachers and students achieve their goals.
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