Data analysis is getting increasing attention in education. Data science can have considerable influence over education, especially in online or blended learning settings. How do teachers find actionability in the data while still meeting the tremendous demand of running a classroom five days a week? We’ll consider comments from the journal Nature on the subject.
Later the discussion turns to special education and how teachers’ perceptions of support impact their efficacy.
- 1st Segment – 2:12 – Data Analytics and Educational Practice
- 2nd Segment – 24:14 – Serving Diverse Learners in Mixed Classrooms
- 3rd Segment – 37:32 – Would you rather have lots of resources or few students?
Biology, Honors Biology and AP Biology Teacher
Dodge City High School - Dodge City, KS
- What data and analytics can and do say about effective learning
Lodge, J. M., & Corrin, L. (2017). What data and analytics can and do say about effective learning. npj Science of Learning, 2(1), 5.
- If Science Teachers Are Positively Inclined Toward Inclusive Education, Why Is It So Difficult?
Spektor-Levy, O., & Yifrach, M. (2017). If Science Teachers Are Positively Inclined Toward Inclusive Education, Why Is It So Difficult?. Research in Science Education, 1-30.
- Shannon Ralph – Dodge City High School – Dodge City, KS
- Why Most Published Research Findings Are False – PLOS Medicine – Ioannidis
- Research based teacher education – Teaching and Teacher Education – Munthe & Rogne
- Improving the Impact of Educational Research – National Council of Teachers of Mathematics – Cai, Morris, Hwang, Hohensee, Robison and Hiebert
We drink The Big Chew, a Russian imperial stout from Dodge City Brewing in Dodge City, KS.