Data: Education’s New Four-Letter Word
With the rise of technological tools in the classroom, teachers are now able to gather more data about student learning and growth than ever before. But what if teachers are not able to garner insights from all the data collected? What if data collected is more overwhelming to a teacher than helpful? In this session, you’ll hear from CTOs, educators and researchers about the whole spectrum: the benefit of technology in the classroom, data pain points for teachers, and ways to reduce prep-time and use data more effectively.
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- Attendees will understand the benefits and hindrances of data in the classroom.
- Attendees will identify time-saving methods for lesson planning and prep-time.
- Attendees will be able to implement more effective data analysis to further enhance student growth and progress.
Melissa Ripp, Mktg Communications Specialist, Renaissance Learning