Data is powerful and, when used appropriately, can increase productivity. However, it often feels like an overwhelming task. Discover five important considerations to alleviate anxiety and build an effective data-informed culture.
No two students learn the same way which makes personalizing instruction using strategies like differentiated instruction critical to student success. A recent Edutopia article, Student-Centered Planning, sums it up very well.
As data-driven decision making is increasingly used in education, it’s important to gain insights into the whole child rather than the disparate systems that are typically how data is presented. Early warning and intervention (EWI), college and career readiness (CCR), and social and emotional learning (SEL) programs often collect and use information in silos. However, it is critical that educators are able to bring together this information for a holistic view of their students to make a real impact.
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Personalized learning comes with many names: individualized learning, differentiated instruction, universal design for learning, and many more. And while each of these terms does mean something slightly different, the goal of helping all students succeed is the same. EdWeek provided the following insight on personalized learning,