EdTech Redesign: A Gap-Filling Opportunity with “Rez” data

EdTech Redesign: A Gap-Filling Opportunity with “Rez” data

EdTech Redesign: A Gap-Filling Opportunity with “Rez” data

Data show a focus on college readiness and college persistence in the K-12 setting is a vital component of student success. While there are many instructional opportunities available to both teachers and parents, there is a significant lack of data on how best to design interventions that match individual needs with the specific expectations that the teachers have established.

In conjunction with the author, “MindShift” contributor Chris Pumilia presented a snapshot of interventions that have been shown to be effective in Ohio schools. Many of the interventions were designed and deployed by the teaching staff and through classroom support to promote successful outcomes in the classroom.

“MindShift” contributor Chris Pumilia is an Assistant Professor of Education & Human Development, Keweenaw Peninsula Community College, Grand Rapids, MI, and Assistant Professor of Social Work at the Michigan State University, North Battle Creek, MI. MindShift

This video is based on a presentation which was held at the Association for Psychological Science Western Region Symposium.

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