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Dive into the NGLC report, Measures That Matter Most: How Do Next Generation Educators Measure Success?
- Nichole Husa, Cornerstone Charter Schools, @goodytweetshoes
- Jay McPhail, Fullerton School District, @Innovatefsd
- Amy Creeden, Middletown School District
- Jin-Soo Huh, Alpha Public Schools, @JinSooDHuh
- Julia Freeland, Christensen Institute, @juliaffreeland
- Saro Mohammed, The Learning Accelerator, @EdResearchWorks
- Britt Neuhaus, Overdeck Family Foundation, @brittchy
- Allie Steel, Overdeck Family Foundation, @allie_OFF
Q1: When you introduce an innovation in your classroom or school, how do you know if your bold idea is working? How do you measure success?
Q2: What types of data do you currently value for the purpose of improvement? I.e. survey data? Quantitative data?
Q3: When it comes to educational innovation what does “success” even look like?
Q4: Imagine a perfect universe. What is the ideal measurement system? What measures matter most?
What’s a Twitter Chat? A Twitter Chat is a guided conversation where users interested in a particular topic hop onto the social network to chat. The chat is given a hashtag, which makes it easy for anyone to identify the chat and participate. It’s a topic-driven conversation happening in real time, similar to a public chat room; it just happens to take place on Twitter.
#NGLCchat occurs once a month, each time featuring a different aspect of personalized learning.
- Learner Profiles and Personalized Learning Plans, August 2015
- Student Agency, December 2015
- Schedules, Staffing and Space, January 2016
- Teacher Development, February 2016
- From Factory Model to... What?, March 2016
- Competency-based Education, April 2016
- Next Gen Curriculum, May 2016
- End-of-Year Reflections, June 2016