Teague's Tech Treks

Learning Technology and other Tech Observations by Dr. Helen Teague

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Nerd Research Minute – April 30 – Data Use in Higher Ed

A survey conducted by Unit 4, a systems management company that serves higher education institutions, reported that 81% of the 150 IT decision-makers respondents said their institutions invest in technology to support student success objectives, but only 37% use data and analytics to support student outcomes.

Link: https://www.educationdive.com/news/how-to-make-data-a-part-of-an-institutions-culture/518938/

 

 

 

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Using Assessment Data to Enhance Your Reading Program

Using Assessment Data to Enhance Your Reading Program

The first time I heard the word disaggregate was in the summer of 1996 while in graduate school.

A classmate, favoring a stule of horn-rimmed glasses, pocket-protector, and polyester pants, seemed well-suited to the word as he gave a presentation on test result. I cringed when he enthusiastically placed transparency after transparency on the overhead projector showing graphs and spreadsheets of numbers representing the latest scores on statewide tests.

I was watching the manifestation of my mother’s admonition that “a girl better learn math or be passed over by those who do.”

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Shortened Link: http://tinyurl.com/literacyanddata

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What Happens on the Internet in 60 Seconds?

Very detailed graphic. Great for real-world classroom application on interpreting data, data-driven decision-making. Check it out:

What Happens on the Internet in 60 Seconds? http://ow.ly/1kGRA0

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Data Driven Decision Making

Session Journal Prompt: Viewing, interpreting, and using data will help me….

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Assessment Data Article Snags Cover

HTeague crcnewsletter.jpgcrcnewsletter.jpg crcnewsletter.jpgcrcnewsletter.jpgcrcnewsletter.jpgcrcnewsletter.jpgUsing Assessment Data to Enhance Your Reading Program,” an article I wrote whose title is almost longer than the article itself, is the cover story for the March, 2008 edition of Connected Newsletter, a delightfully innovative print and electronic magazine under the editorship and nurturing of Paige Meredith. Click Here to read the article.

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