Using data to inform instruction and personalize learning: A continuous improvement framework. Thursday, July 18, 2013 - 2 to 3 pm ET
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Educators and administrators across the K-12 spectrum aspire to effectively utilize data to enhance teaching and learning. But what powerful, easy-to-use frameworks are out there to enable them to make the switch from data collectors to data innovators?
Advances in technology now provide invaluable resources and tools for educators at all levels. These tools—and the data they provide—can be harnessed by educators to inform daily instructional practices to increase academic rigor and growth, enabling students of all abilities to enjoy learning, unlock their potential, and achieve proficiency. Learn new ways to use rich, interactive adaptive learning systems to accelerate personalized learning for all students in the common-core era. See how data from multiple measures of assessment are used to make informed decisions, assign personalized content with instantaneous feedback, identify instructional interventions, and help educators to create a personalized learning environment for all students.
Sharnell S. Jackson, president, Data-Driven Innovations Consulting, Inc.
Tim Hudson, senior director of curriculum design, DreamBox Learning
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