Teaching empathy for better learning outcomes

Neo LMS

The post Teaching empathy for better learning outcomes appeared first on NEO BLOG. In the previous installment of this series on empathy in schools, we had a look at how teachers can manage their classroom better by adopting a more empathic mindset.

How to Improve Student Learning Outcomes with Digital Learning

Kitaboo on EdTech

With the steady rise in digital learning materials, and the various interactive elements being incorporated into these digital resources, the teaching faculty is hoping to create an engaging learning environment and improve student learning outcomes.

How to implement Outcome Based Education (OBE) using Linways AMS

Linways Technologies

We have previously writer a couple of blogs about Outcome Based Education. The next step is to define and set the Program Outcomes (PO). A program Outcome is something that the graduates is supposed to have after completing their degree.

Leveraging big data with connected content for stronger academic outcomes

Neo LMS

In other words, the metric that matters the most is student academic outcomes. While these are critical measures in the educational context, they do not directly correlate to better student outcomes.

Inputs do not guarantee outcomes: Getting online credit recovery right

The Christensen Institute

Shifting the emphasis to outcomes, on the other hand, encourages experimentation so that there can be continuous improvement to achieve stated goals. UC must do a better job on assessment and clearly define the outcomes students must master in any given course.

How student posture can affect their learning outcomes

Neo LMS

The post How student posture can affect their learning outcomes appeared first on NEO BLOG. Sit still! a frequent, despairing instruction from so many teachers, and yet occupational therapists tell us that it is a surprisingly tricky task for children.

To Improve Outcomes, We Need to Take a Critical Lens to Instructional Design

A Principal's Reflections

With that being said it is incumbent upon all of us to make sure shifts to instructional design are occurring that result in better student outcomes. No one can deny the fact that we are seeing some pretty exciting changes to teaching, learning, and leadership.

Outcomes-based funding can help drive innovation

The Christensen Institute

The current Higher Education Act (HEA), for example, spells out 10 standards for college accreditors to monitor, only one of which pertains to outcomes. The post Outcomes-based funding can help drive innovation appeared first on Christensen Institute.

Research Uncovers An Important Link Between SEL and Course Outcomes

Edsurge

To Sam Moulton, Director of Research for Panorama Education , a student failing a course is a wailing siren, signaling deep academic and personal challenges. Moulton's work has centered on psychology, education and cognition.

General Assembly’s Jake Schwartz on transparency, outcomes, and measuring what matters

The Christensen Institute

Last month, General Assembly released a groundbreaking report, “ Measuring What Matters ,” that reports on the student outcomes in its full-time programs. One to help us create the framework we would use to track and report these outcomes going forward, and eventually, another independent firm to actually conduct the review. And why these outcomes, in particular? The same is true for scaling our data and reporting on our students’ outcomes.

Base college accreditation on outcomes, not inputs

The Christensen Institute

Accreditation—the critical system for assessing whether institutions quality for federal financial aid—is too focused on inputs, such as faculty degrees and shared governance, and pays far too little attention to outcomes, such as graduation rates, job placement rates, and wage growth. Only one of those criteria pertains to student success and outcomes. The post Base college accreditation on outcomes, not inputs appeared first on Christensen Institute

FETC 2019: K–12 Schools Evolve Their Data Focus to Improve Student Outcomes

EdTech Magazine

FETC 2019: K–12 Schools Evolve Their Data Focus to Improve Student Outcomes. amy.burroughs_26341. Tue, 01/29/2019 - 15:11. K–12 schools are evolving their use of data analytics tools as pedagogies such as personalized learning focus on more immediate feedback and the “whole student.” . “We

City-School Data Sharing Improves Student Outcomes

EdTech Magazine

By Meghan Bogardus Cortez, Juliet Van Wagenen Community partnerships can help schools make more informed and cost-effective decisions about the programs that will most benefit their children. Business Intelligence Data Analytics Data Governance

How Affective Data Could Change Learning Outcomes

EdTech Magazine

By Eric Patnoudes Reading and responding to students’ emotions could help boost engagement levels and academic performance. Big Data Business Intelligence Data Analytics

How Mental Health, Trauma and Stress Shape Educational Outcomes

Edsurge

Pamela Cantor knows first-hand how a child’s environment and early experiences can affect their educational outcomes. She knows this not only because she is a child psychiatrist who has studied how the human brain responds to trauma, but also because she herself was sexually abused as a child. For many years after that experience, she said, she carried “deep shame.” Cantor, who delivered one of the opening keynotes on Tuesday at the EdSurge Fusion conference in Burlingame, Calif.,

Stop asking whether laptops improve learning outcomes

eSchool News

Introducing laptops while not changing the teaching and learning paradigm is of little use, and may even produce negative academic outcomes. Next page: Why laptops are less than 1/6 of improving learning outcomes.

Higher ed outcomes: Lots of questions, few good answers

The Christensen Institute

Transitioning to an individual student record would enable institutions and regulators to track whether innovations are effectively moving the needle on student outcomes. The lack of data also prevents higher education from moving forward: without good data on outcomes, stakeholders are locked into an input-based regulatory structure that constrains innovation. The post Higher ed outcomes: Lots of questions, few good answers appeared first on Christensen Institute

Learning to Measure Media Literacy Outcomes

Educator Innovator

We have wanted to do things differently for quite some time, but finally an opportunity presented itself: an Outcomes and Measurement series from the Support Center/Partnership in Philanthropy and the Department of Youth and Community Development.

Improving Learning Outcomes by Raising Teacher Effectiveness

EdSense

The key reasons for falling outcomes in the field of education and skill development are manifold. India has the largest primary school system in the world and the one that needs the maximum overhaul.

To balance innovation with protecting students, focus on outcomes

The Christensen Institute

Online education holds tremendous promise: it has the potential to lower costs, enhance learning outcomes, and make college accessible for students who lack the flexibility or means to attend a traditional program. We should also do our best to protect students from low quality programs—and we should especially avoid investing federal money in programs that produce poor outcomes. Instead, Congress should adopt regulatory mechanisms that focus on outcomes.

3 ways to improve special education outcomes

eSchool News

When you combine a steady growth in the number of students receiving special education services with rising expectations for the educators who serve these students, all of whom have very diverse needs, you get a “perfect storm” of challenges for K-12 leaders. According to the U.S.

Youth will determine the outcome of the 2018 midterms

The Hechinger Report

The participation of younger voters will determine the outcomes of the upcoming elections. The post Youth will determine the outcome of the 2018 midterms appeared first on The Hechinger Report.

Classroom Analytics Can Have Big Impact on Educational Outcomes

EdTech Magazine

By Mike Patterson Collecting student data can be a great source of insight, but best practices for privacy and security must be followed. Big Data Business Intelligence Classroom Data Analytics Data protection Security

Unlocking the ‘Black Box’ of College Outcomes

Edsurge

College outcomes are, as it turns out, a black box. And an emphasis on employment outcomes should not be taboo among college leaders—even within our most-revered liberal arts programs. My organization’s most recent Education Consumer Survey with Gallup reveals that those who do not have a work outcome as their primary motivation are less likely to persist.

How IBM’s Watson and Cognitive Computing can Impact Education and Outcomes

EmergingEdTech

Future of Education Technology _ Miscellaneous Tools and Topics cognitive computing in education enhancing learning outcomes Watson cognitive computing IBM education learning teaching technology watson supercomputer in educationHad IBM Returned to the Halcyon Days of Offering a Technology-Enhanced Tomorrow That Will Improve the Lives of Many? Watson says, “Yes” When I was a kid, IBM represented the exciting, [Please click on the post title to continue reading the full post.

How do you amplify a school’s impact on student outcomes?

The Christensen Institute

They tackle daily work one challenge at a time, but at some point down the road they hope to radically expand the positive impact our schools have on students’ life outcomes. Having teachers work overtime may seem like an economical and practical way to amplify a school’s impact on student outcomes, but in the long-run, this approach takes a toll. ” The post How do you amplify a school’s impact on student outcomes?

Data Helps K–12 School Districts Hire, Set Curricula and Improve Student Outcomes

EdTech Magazine

Data Helps K–12 School Districts Hire, Set Curricula and Improve Student Outcomes. However, unless results are ­analyzed at a granular level, such an outcome may be overlooked. meghan.bogardu…. Thu, 03/29/2018 - 10:20. What does it take to manage four of the top-five public high schools in America, as ranked by U.S. News & World Report ?

Learning Outcomes: The Cost Of Insisting What A Student Will Understand

TeachThought - Learn better.

Predicting learning outcomes is big business in education, but what is the cost of insisting what a student will understand and when they will understand it? The post Learning Outcomes: The Cost Of Insisting What A Student Will Understand appeared first on TeachThought.

Too much technology could hurt learning outcomes

eSchool News

Students who use computers and learning technology at moderate levels tend to have better learning outcomes than students who use computers and learning technology rarely, according to new research from the OECD.

Voluntary Summer Learning Programs Improve Outcomes

K-12 Schools - Education News

However, it could become a time when this group of students could improve their outcomes when given additional opportunities. Student outcomes will be tracked through spring 2017 for the study. (Photo: Flickr, Creative Commons).

Celebrating Diversity and Achieving Positive Academic Outcomes

Turnitin

How one educator sees diversity as an opportunity to better understand and help her students in unique ways

Four Ways Digital Financial Education Is Improving Student Outcomes

Edsurge

In 2015, my organization embarked on an ambitious initiative to improve financial capacity in middle school students across the United States. Research found that by the age of 12, students had developed an economic understanding that was “essentially adult”—but they did not have the education or skills needed to tackle many complex financial decisions. nearly 90% of students are taking the knowledge they learn home to the dinner table or using our companion app outside of the classroom.

Open Doesn’t Guarantee Outcomes: It Creates Opportunity

iterating toward openness

He writes: To me, both cyberspace and OER are tools that I think can be used to generate positive outcomes, but can also (very clearly I think) be used to generate outcomes I don’t support, like political polarization or business models that sell us back our experiences rather than proprietary content. While cyberspace and OER both have inherent structural characteristics, none of those characteristics guarantee any specific social outcome.

Personalization: How A Change in Classroom Delivery Can Change the Outcome

Education Elements

School was never hard for me, it just wasn’t engaging enough for us millennials. It felt prehistoric and bland, so I often doodled and wrote poetry. I was an average student until sports became my incentive to achieve academically. This wasn’t due to lack of knowledge, but moreso a lack of interest. However, things changed once I got to college. College was the first time I was in charge of my educational path. It was a time I felt connected to school and empowered as a learner.

Improving Student Outcomes with Big Data and Real-time Analytics

EmergingEdTech

Big Data is Here. What can it do for Education? The way that students learn and teachers teach will be revolutionized when big data is deployed massively in the educational space. To catalyze this. Please click on the post title to continue reading the full post.

Can OER improve learning outcomes?

IT Bill

Several of the studies focus specifically on OER and student learning outcomes. In another study: The Impact of Enrollment in an OER Course on Student Learning Outcomes , Kim Grewe and Preston Davis, of Northern Virginia Community College, compared learning outcomes for students enrolled in an online history course using OER with a similar number of non-OER sections over two semesters. The Impact of Enrollment in an OER Course on Student Learning Outcomes.

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Inputs Do Not Guarantee Outcomes: Getting Online Credit Recovery Right

Edsurge

Shifting the emphasis to outcomes, on the other hand, encourages experimentation so that there can be continuous improvement to achieve stated goals. Moving to a competency-based learning system—in which time becomes the variable and student learning the constant—is a positive step in the right direction if the outcomes are valid and rigorous. UC must do a better job on assessment and clearly define the outcomes students must master in any given course.