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Utah STEM Action Center Releases Exemplar Statewide Program Evaluation

MIND Research Institute

A new bar has been set for state-grants-funded digital math programs evaluation. The Utah STEM Action Center has released its 2020 annual report , which includes the results of their comprehensive statewide program evaluation.

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Assessment and Grading in Distance Learning – How to Get Better

The CoolCatTeacher

His research focuses on professional development and teacher change, program evaluation, assessment of student learning, grading and reporting, instructional effectiveness, and educational reform. Guskey, T. Get Set, Go! Creating Successful Grading and Reporting Systems.


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Empowering Community Perspectives in Evaluation Research

Digital Promise

What is equitable evaluation? As funders, government agencies, and service providers become increasingly focused on program evaluation results to make evidence-based decisions, evaluators and other researchers seek to answer this question. Why does equitable evaluation matter? .

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MTSS: Where to Begin?

Inventory your current programs. Create a matrix of what programs and supports you already have, which populations they support, and who is leading the programs. Evaluate the efficacy of current programs. Instead, look at the three tiers of MTSS. Find out what’s working, what isn’t, and where you have gaps.

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Tech Engages Today’s Students, But Teachers Need Support

EdTech Magazine

Rafael Inoa is a Kean University lecturer with a doctorate in educational research and program evaluation. Buying Cycle. Content Length. 300-500 words. by Rafael Inoa. Inoa has an extensive background in research both as an instructor and analyst. by Steven LoCascio.

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3 ways to support special education students with college and career readiness

eSchool News

Additionally, both hard and soft skills are learned and cultivated outside the classroom in experiential settings, such as: community service projects, extracurricular activities, job shadowing, career mentorship, informational interviews, internships, practicums, and afterschool programs.

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How Blockchain Can Encourage Learning


Other emerging programs in the K12 space focus on the unique needs of hard-to-reach students. The program evaluates completion and consistency of student work, then releases digital funds accordingly.

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