Using Data to Support Teaching and Learning in a Blended Learning Math Program
Blended Learning has the potential to provide teachers with actionable data to inform classroom instruction, provide students with tools to help meet each individual’s needs at his or her own pace, and provide administrators with insight into their schools and classrooms. In this edWeb webinar from the Adaptive Math Learning community, attendees discovered how Nevada’s Aldeane Comito Ries Elementary School is leveraging data to support teaching and learning in their blended learning program. Aimee Brady, Assistant Principal at Aldeane Comito Reis Elementary, explained why her school moved to a blended instructional model; how data is used at the administration level to support teaching; how data has changed instruction at the classroom level; and how data-driven instruction will help both teaching and learning in the future. View this webinar to hear first-hand what goes into developing a strong blended learning implementation.
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Adaptive Math Learning is a free professional learning community that helps educators understand how to use adaptive learning, particularly Intelligent Adaptive Learning™ and real-time data, to inform instruction and create a student-centered environment to improve learning outcomes. This program is sponsored by DreamBox Learning.
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