In case you missed it, ACLS has purchased a state license for Northstar Digital Literacy, which means that now students and teachers in all ACLS-funded programs can benefit from Northstar assessments, curriculum, training, and certificates. This is the second training in the Northstar series to introduce Massachusetts educators to the paid version of the Northstar platform.
In this workshop, Northstar expert Theresa Sladek will take you through the first steps you should take to get ready to use Northstar. She will describe how to accomplish the tasks needed to begin using Northstar effectively and efficiently, such as how to register students, run reports, and find and use the curricula and resources available to Northstar subscribers.
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- Program administrators and instructors who already use or plan to adopt Northstar Digital Literacy
This professional development activity/course is designed for:
We are excited to welcome Northstar expert, Theresa Sladek, to present this second workshop to get you started using the many features of the paid version of the Northstar Digital Literacy platform. In this workshop, she will show you how to get started by creating learner accounts, setting up in-person and remote proctoring for assessments, running reports, accessing and using both the in-person and remote learning curricula, and finding and using the Other Resources section on the Northstar Platform.
- Get your program started using the Northstar Digital Literacy platform features including creating learner accounts, proctoring assessments, using the curricula, and finding other resources on the platform
- Plan for using Northstar digital literacy assessment, instruction, and reporting in your program
Upon completion of this professional development activity/course, you will be able to: