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Drive Deeper Thinking in Math: Designing an Error Analysis Station

Catlin Tucker

However, during a station rotation lesson, my offline error analysis station typically follows my kinesthetic station. My students learn the value of reading the entire question as they engage in this error analysis station, which helps them when they sit down to take the SAT in spring. I am still working to perfect this station.

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Does ‘Flipped Learning’ Work? A New Analysis Dives Into the Research


So a group of professors recently performed a meta-analysis to try to assess how well flipped learning is working. The far-reaching meta-analysis considered flipped learning experiments done in elementary schools, high schools and colleges, with the bulk of the studies in the higher ed setting.

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How Video Analysis Helps University of Alaska Southeast Build Teacher Agency


At the recent American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) 75th Annual Meeting in Indianapolis, University of Alaska Professors Lisa Richardson and Cathy Coulter presented Building Teacher Agency & Equity Through Video Analysis. Video analysis was key for the UAS program.

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Video Analysis Using Padlet

Cycles of Learning

I'm having a great time using Padlet , and the automatically generated QR code provided, to facilitate quick video analysis (often in slow motion) of student work in the laboratory. Below is a screenshot of the handout used for the assignment

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The Roses and Thorns of an LMS Strategy: How to Flourish with the Right LMS

Speaker: Amanda Davis, Chief Experience Officer and Liam O'Malley, VP of Association Solutions

Any of these steps could cause analysis paralysis for your team. There are many complex decision-making processes within your learning & development strategy and LMS lifecycle management, including: Selection. Implementation. Integration. Effective marketing & monetization. And even more!

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PROOF POINTS: Researchers blast data analysis for teachers to help students 

The Hechinger Report

In a 2016 survey by Harvard’s Center for Education Policy Research, 94 percent of middle school math teachers said they analyzed student performance on tests in the prior year, and 15 percent said they spent over 40 hours on this kind of data analysis. Why doesn’t data analysis work? Sign up for the Hechinger newsletter.

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Social Network Analysis Toolkit: Building Stronger Networks for EdClusters

Digital Promise

To aid EdClusters in developing this understanding, Digital Promise has created a new toolkit that delivers a crash course in Social Network Analysis (SNA). The post Social Network Analysis Toolkit: Building Stronger Networks for EdClusters appeared first on Digital Promise. Options for mapping network data.

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