Get your teachers and students into SpacesEDU with SpacesEDU Access Cards. Make a copy to customize your card for your school or district.
Creating a professional development class in SpacesEDU and having teachers join as students is great for familiarizing educators with SpacesEDU and/or providing an interactive digital space for professional development throughout the school year. This helpful resource provides information on setting up this PD environment (creating the class and inviting teachers to join as students), as well as some suggested exploratory steps!
SpacesEDU leads and school administrators should definitely bookmark these SpacesEDU training slides! These slides provide flexibility in training as they are divided by training goals and features; great for accounting for variables in context and time. As new features and tutorial videos are released, the SpacesEDU team adds to this deck. Simply copy the slides that best fit your training needs!
Bookmark this troubleshooting guide to help address inquiries from educators and students. This guide includes issues that can be solved by the user, by district leads, by district IT teams, and by SpacesEDU.
Use 1, 2, or all 15 of these SpacesEDU strategies to support inclusion in your classroom!
This graphic provides educators with helpful ideas on how to collect evidence over time to support the triangulation of assessment while using SpacesEDU.
Working as a group can be incredibly fun and productive, but it is also a learned skill. Provide students with 15 reflection questions surrounding group work. Students can answer these as a group or individually.
There’s lots to celebrate at the end of the school year. Sometimes, the end of the school year is a whirlwind of activity. Have your students slow down for a moment with 15 thought provoking year-in-review questions. Provide this as a handout or select certain prompts to guide conversations surrounding their year (1:1 conferencing, group discussions, etc.)
Engage students with 15 questions that prompt them to dig a bit deeper in the independent learning process. Provide this as a handout or select certain prompts to guide conversations surrounding their independent work (1:1 conferencing, group discussions, etc.)
Encourage students to meaningfully engage in the goal setting process from start to finish. Provide this as a handout or select certain prompts to guide conversations surrounding goal setting (1:1 conferencing, group discussions, etc.)