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Improving Teacher-Student Interactions at Scale

Teacher-student interactions matter—now more than ever. And there’s a way to measure those interactions to guide quality improvements in early childhood education. This session will explore how assessment is evolving alongside the latest science on effective practice and share how leaders, including those at the Louisiana Department of Education, are deploying tools at scale to change behavior—and improve student outcomes.

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  1. Understand the importance of high-quality interactions and how to effectively measure them
  2. Discuss how assessment is evolving alongside the latest science on effective practice, including trauma-informed, anti-racist and anti-biased approach
  3. Equip education leaders and policymakers with a roadmap to implement assessment at large scale and with fidelity, drawing from real-world examples



Sydni Dunn, Communications Strategist, Whiteboard Advisors

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  • Tags: early learning
  • Event: EDU
  • Format: Talk
  • Track: Policy & Civil Discourse
  • Session Focus Area
  • Level: Basic Understanding
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