Teachers Know Best: Making Data Work for Teachers and Students — Report
To help drive innovation, we asked more than 4,600 teachers about the digital tools they use to collect the student data that allows for more tailored instruction. This report surfaces key insights that teachers, educators, and product developers can use to form a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities these tools represent.
District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) has been widely heralded in recent years as one of the nation’s fastest-improving urban public school districts. Most coverage has focused on the district’s strong and stable leadership and its sustained focus on educator effectiveness.
What happens when teachers trade isolation for collaboration? Teachers in Colorado and Kentucky wanted to find out so they created the Common Assignment Study (CAS) to show the positive impact of teachers working across district and state lines to better serve students.
As more states and districts consider using student perceptions surveys as a tool to give teachers feedback on their practice, Tennessee teacher Josalyn Tresvant tells her peers at an ECET2 convening why she asks her students for their feedback on her teaching.
Mar 24, 2016
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