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Monitoring e-Learning Programs Guide

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Monitoring e-Learning Programs Guide

One of the biggest challenges for decision makers who create or fund school programs is measuring whether they are having a real impact in the classroom. Weaving technology into education allows schools to monitor and measure academic performance, right where teaching and learning occur, by tracking detailed metrics in real-time. So instead of merely looking backward, as traditional assessments often do, teachers and other decision makers can collect and analyze granular results. Based on those results, improvements can be made to the curriculum and, once again, the impact can be measured almost immediately.

Creating Assessments that Matter

Today, every school system has its own academic performance assessment, usually driven by national academic standards that are set by the government. Those standards often include metrics such as an increase in reading literacy, for example. Unfortunately, many traditional assessments do not measure a student’s mastery of 21st century skills. Technology offers an opportunity to broaden those standards, improve assessment of student performance, and ultimately enhance curriculums to raise the academic bar.

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