Save the date!
SAVE THE DATE!
Summer 2022 SNE Workshops Portland, Oregon
July 13-15, 2022 (ELA)
July 18-20, 2022 (Math & K-2)
Share your expertise with other educators across the country by helping review and create instructional resources for Tools for Teachers—the Smarter Balanced teacher resource website!
Learn more about the State Network of Educators here.
- May 2: Our event partner, CCG, starts to send event invitations. Be sure to check your junk folder.
- May 23: Event staff reviews the waitlist and invites additional participants, as needed, to meet event goals.
- June 21: Registration closes for both workshops.
- June 27: Workshop participants receive their team and content assignments.
- May 5: Event staff begin reviewing the wait list to invite additional participants as needed to meet event goals
- May 28: Registration closes for June Workshop
- June 1: June Workshop participants receive their team and content assignments
- June 11: SNE Training should all be completed for June Workshop
- June 14-18: June Virtual SNE Workshop
- June 25: Registration closes for July Workshop
- July 1: July Workshop participants receive their team and content assignments
- July 9: SNE Training should all be completed for July Workshop
- July 12-16: July Virtual SNE Workshop
Who can attend?
Educators should meet the following qualifications:
- Currently certified or licensed in ELA/literacy, mathematics, English learners, or students with disabilities.
- Currently teaching in, or employed by, a public school, district, or state education entity, including higher education, located within a Smarter Balanced member state with Tools for Teachers access.
- Currently (or within the past three years):
- Teaching ELA/literacy or mathematics in grades 3 through 8 or high school or working in a classroom content support role such as a literacy or district or state content specialist;
- Teaching students with disabilities or English learners, in grades 3 through 8 or high school or working in a support role such as a district/school coordinator or instructional specialist;
- Working in a classroom content support role such as a literacy or mathematics coach/coordinator or instructional specialist; OR
- Working in a state assessment, accessibility, ELA/literacy, or mathematics content role.
Frequently Asked Questions
Contact your state assessment office for information about becoming an SNE.
Contact Smarter Balanced with questions about logistics and/or how to contact your state assessment office.