Charts, graphs, and diagrams are essential tools students and teachers use to visually present data in an informative, attractive, and engaging manner
A systemic approach to student data security and privacy should include threat and risk assessment, regular training, and multiple response measures
"Teachers may not understand data interoperability, but they get excited when you can simplify what they do"
By promoting reasoning and sense-making, data literacy can provide a way for a meaningful integration of math and science while developing critical thinking skills
How district departments need to track data and work together was the focus of a recent T&L "Lunch 'n Learn" roundtable
Although remote learning may not work well for every student, there’s a lot higher education can do to improve the numbers
Student data privacy policies implementation needs to be hard-wired for governance, discipline, purchasing, and communications processes —CoSN
Advice and resources to collect actionable data that can be used to support back-to-school planning.
Data analytics tools can help schools assess the effectiveness of instructional planning, whether online, face-to-face, or blended.
The nationwide massive shift to eLearning means that broadband data is absolutely necessary for K-12 and higher-ed students.
CatchOn has released its new guide, Establishing a Robust Student Data Privacy Culture―Action Ideas for School Districts, which is designed to provide school districts with an overview of federal student data privacy laws.
The Future of Privacy Forum today released a new “Student Privacy 101” video series that is designed to help school leaders understand privacy laws and protect sensitive student data.
Additio is an LMS and with built-in communication that makes it easy to customize groups of kids and adjust the data you want to see for each student.
Tech tools alone cannot transform your data culture, but the right knowledge and strong leadership can.