There are two sessions at MEA this year focusing on how teachers are using Campus Learning tools! MEA is on Thursday, Oct. 17 at St. Paul RiverCentre. It is free and open to all Education Minnesota members and aspiring educators.
At 9:30 in Classroom 2, teachers Marissa Knapp and Lizzie Warpinski from Randolph Public Schools are presenting on how they use Campus Learning to improve student achievement while working more efficiently. If you are new to Infinite Campus or know Campus has a lot more to offer than what you currently use, this session is for you! Marissa and Lizzie will give an overview of the Campus Learning tools they use, including: scoring electronic student work onscreen (Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, etc.); using rubrics to provide feedback to students and parents; instructional planning, including individualization; collaboration; and more!
In Classroom 6 at 1:00, teachers Kate Farmer, Alayna Godfrey and Beth Breiland from Farmington Area Public Schools are presenting on using digital competency-based scoring rubrics to communicate with students and parents. As Farmington High School’s 10th grade English PLC, Kate, Alayna and Beth collaborate on rubrics using Campus Learning, which allows them to make their student feedback more rapid, detailed and focused.
While you’re at the sessions, be sure to network with other teachers from across the state who use Campus. And there’s free stuff! Teachers leading both sessions will have some giveaways and you can find out how to enter a drawing for a $50 Amazon gift card!
Don’t forget to visit Infinite Campus in the exhibit hall! Stop by our booth – booth 42 – where our top-flight consultants will be on hand to answer your Campus questions. Plus, there will be more free stuff! I will also be there in-between sessions, and as your User Insights Advocate at Infinite Campus, I want to hear about your experiences. What would help you save time and be more efficient in your day to day work so you can spend more time working with students? I want to know!