PreK-12: OER and the K-12 Classroom - Where's the Data?
2 PM - 3 PM
Cuts in school budgets have made using openly licensed materials more attractive, but the national call for accountability has also brought challenges when teachers need to show that the resources they use is contributing to individual student achievement. So whether the material is openly licensed or comes from a more traditional publisher, there is one feature that all educational resources must have now: evidence. The resources need to provide information on both individual student and class performance so educator sand parents are able to track how students are doing on individual assignments and across entire subjects. At this free webinar you’ll hear from companies working with OER developers to provide teachers with performance data and learn how they are trying to marry openly licensed content and a data-driven world.
- Chad Dorsey, The Concord Consortium
- Dee Kanejiya, Cognii
- Doug Stein, metacog
- Denise Wydra, Branch Ideas
This webinar, which is part of the PreK-12 Learning Group's Leadership Series, is for anyone trying to understand how OER and openly licensed materials are impacting the instructional materials market.Continue