This REL Appalachia blog summarizes a recent IES report, examining Algebra I course taking pathways and outcomes based on students’ performance on Virginia’s grade 5 statewide math test.
As school closures due to COVID-19 separate students from structured routines and educational supports, the number of disengaged students may continue to grow.
After the conclusion of the course, participants were contacted and presented with a summary of four benefits of the peer video review process, as identified in a recent professional article.
This study examined the nature and quality of peer feedback exchanged in the digital medium and gauged graduate students’ impressions of the technology, with potential for carryover into their professional practices in P–12 instruction.
Opportunities to personalize teacher learning: Innovative approaches to bridge evaluation and professional development for continuous improvement
The following seven innovative approaches to personalize teacher learning are explored as possible mechanisms to bridge evaluation and professional development…
The term “blended learning” represents a wide spectrum of delivery options, tools, and pedagogies, but conceptually refers to instruction that is a mix or blending of traditional face-to-face (f2f) and online components.