In our previous blog post, I outlined the differences between looking at context and content and the differences between manual and automated processes. The matrix below shows how these four things can interact. For example, a service can be heavy on content and automated by sacrificing context and manual control. The opposite is also true; a service can be ...
context and content,
automated and manual
Nothing is more frustrating than having an incredible project and no way to quantify student success. Well, actually, that might not be true. It might be equally frustrating to be told that the only way to show a student is successful is on a test. All the best educators know that there are a myriad of ways for students to demonstrate their skills and that students ...
Real Time Data,
Student Growth Data,
The school year was off to a rocky start, it was three months in, and I felt like I was drowning everyday in my efforts to engage my students. In order to support my students’ success I needed ideas beyond what had worked in the past. I had exhausted my teacher toolkit and school resources: enter a child psychologist who worked with me on developing lessons for the ...
You have finally had a few weeks to yourself to relax and regroup (I hope;) The end of the school year was always so chaotic for me and it took awhile before I felt like I wanted to take a look back at the school year. As you are unwinding, reflection on the school year as whole begins to come into focus and you find yourself wondering what went well and what you ...
Planning and Preparation,