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Data Driven Education

The Benefits of Data Driven Education

Big data is reshaping the way students learn, and a variety of digital classroom tools are changing the teaching dynamics for teachers. The current data driven education system involves the inclusion of computers in K-12 classes, and students are increasingly experiencing data-driven teaching as a completely integrated part of a post-textbook, customized academic process. Thanks to technology, algorithms are constantly analyzing your behavior online and offline. They influence what you do in the moment and frequently steer you toward what to do next.
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personalization

Data-Driven K-12 Education in California

If you've not been in a K-12 school in a while, you may not know a new buzzword associated with learning, called data driven education, or individualized, differentiated or personalized learning. What this means is that students are tracked, via data, on everything they do, including commuting too and from school. Millions of pieces of data are compiled about their study habits, what they read, their interests, hobbies
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Small Class Sizes

Small Classes in Action at Method Schools

In a June 2015 blog post I outlined how Method lowers class sizes. Experience and research show that students learn better in small classes. Small class sizes are a hallmark of the Method Schools model, and we've seen incredible results from our students benefitting from extra attention and a small learning environment where they feel safe to ask questions and be themselves. 
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personalization

California and Data Driven Education

If you've not been in a K-12 school in a while, you may not know a new buzzword associated with learning, called data driven education, or individualized, differentiated or personalized learning. What this means is that students are tracked, via data, on everything they do, including commuting too and from school. Millions of pieces of data are compiled about their study habits, what they read, their interests, hobbies
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Differentiation

Differentiation

As previously discussed on differentiation, charter schools are looking for ways to stand out amongst increasing options. As the challenge and demand for student enrollment grows, charter schools continue to improve their programs and differentiate themselves as much as possible.
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Differentiation Through Data, Part 1

 
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