Educators want and need to find ways to improve their student’s math
proficiency. Is there a new and better way to improve math outcomes?
|Photo: Gregory Firn, LinkedIn|
In the introduction Firn writes, "Educational technology and data are transforming mathematics teaching and learning. The enablement of ongoing formative assessment and immediately actionable data is yielding real results for teachers and students of mathematics."
In his research study, The Impact of Classroom Evaluation Practices on Students, Terence J. Crooks found that providing individual students with personalized support and guidance is now even more powerful with next-generation digital tools and assessment systems.
Source: DreamBox Learning