Busy week? We’re here to help. Here’s our roundup of top educational stories from the past seven days:
“Students can make gains in taking ownership of their work when they’re given access to their data around that work.” The argument for why student data should be students’ data.
Student polling is a quick, engaging way to pause a lecture and see how well students are understanding the material.
Dr. Rod Berger discusses how you can tie together “what you have to address and what you have to assess in a child’s learning” with curriculum manager for cross-programme development Pilar Quezzaire.
What teachers need to know about the SAMR model, and how to select, evaluate, and integrate technology in education.
Edutopia has education research highlights for 2017 – everything from the benefits of mentors to the most effective studying strategies.