Click on the above link to see helpful videos on understanding NWEA and preparing for NWEA, as well as practice tests.
Click on the above link to see a monthly breakdown of the state summative assessments (M-Step and Michigan Merit Exam) and benchmark assessments (NWEA) offered throughout the 2019-20 school year.
Links for Online Tools Training and Sample Item Sets for Online State Testing
Click on the link above to access Michigan Department of Education resources to help students prepare for online state assessments at all grade levels. These resources include a student video tutorial (narrated by a student), an Online Tools Training (OTT), and Sample Item Sets, which area select group of test items in English Language Arts (ELA), mathematics, science, and social studies that encompass various kinds of technology-enhanced items (drag and drop, hot spots, etc.). - MUST BE OPENED IN CHROME BROWSER
- Click here to download a document highlighting the online tools available to prepare students for online state testing.
Helpful Curriculum Resources
Click on the link above to access tthe Michigan Standards / Benchmarks / Grade Level Content Expectations / High School Content Expectations for Arts, English Language Arts, Health, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Technology, and World Languages.
Click the link above to go to the Common Core State Standards for Math and English Language Arts.
Click the link above to go to the Next Generation Science Standards.
This link provides sample curriculum maps and units of study based on the Common Core standards.
This link contains Common Core video resources developed by the State of New York. There are also sample curriculum maps developed for English/Language Arts and Mathematics for grades K-12.
Supplemental Curriculum Resources
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