Passing the District Report Card Standard in Ohio [Online Assessments]

This week we are sharing stories from Ohio teachers who use Edcite for AIR-alignment. Read our Q & A below to learn how a social studies teacher in Berea, Ohio has been using Edcite in his department.

What is your name?

Kevin Braaten

What is your job title? Where do you work?

Teacher; Berea-Midpark HS in Ohio

How long have you been using Edcite?

[I have been using Edcite for] about a year; it was introduced to us last year by our Curriculum Department as a way to prepare our students for the Ohio End-of-Course-Exam in American Government.

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What problem does Edcite solve for you?

Edcite allows us to focus on content and allows our students to practice similar test items that they will see on the state test.

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What are your goals for using Edcite this school year?
  1. Create more formative assessments.
  2. Create our own questions.
  3. Continue to develop skills in using Edcite.
What else would you like to share?

We were the only subject area to use Edcite last year, and consequently, we were also the only subject in our entire district that passed the standard on our district report card!!

Thank you, Kevin, for your Edcite Story! Teachers, you can check out one of Kevin’s assessments below. Make a copy for your class or use it as inspiration to create your own assessment on Edcite!

Assessment Link:

Unit II (Constitutional Amendment) Assessment

chalkboard-620316_640Kevin shared his Edcite Story with us, and so you can you! We publish Edcite Stories so that educators can learn about different ways Edcite is used in schools and school districts. If you want to submit your own Edcite story, fill out our form.