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What are the benefits to digital data collection? Move into the 21st Century: From Paper to Digital Data Collection
By Patricia Wright, PhD, MPH The world is changing, and data can now be collected electronically, on the fly with an app and a portable device such as a tablet or phone. In the last decade, we have all lived through the movement from paper medical records to digital and the medical community is reaping ...Continue reading "What are the benefits to digital data collection? Move into the 21st Century: From Paper to Digital Data Collection"
I’m a Teacher not a Data Analyst: Five Easy Steps Towards Making Data-Based Teaching Decisions
By Patricia Wright, PhD, MPH The educational system values and uses data to inform everything from the evaluation of individual students and entire school districts to educator’s performance-based pay and the success of curriculum. Teachers play a role in every single one of those decisions, yet teachers are often not comfortable with data ...Continue reading "I’m a Teacher not a Data Analyst: Five Easy Steps Towards Making Data-Based Teaching Decisions"
6 Reasons We Love Social Emotional Learning (And You Should Too!)
If you’ve been to a conference, spoken with colleagues, or read the news lately, you’ve probably been hearing quite a lot about Social Emotional Learning, or SEL. SEL helps students by promoting self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making. If you don’t already love SEL, here are 6 ...Continue reading "6 Reasons We Love Social Emotional Learning (And You Should Too!)"