Monday, October 08, 2007

Technology helps teachers tailor lessons to students' needs

Thea Bayly, who teaches at Friendship Valley Elementary School in Westminster, translates data from state and local exams (below) to better track her students' needs. (Sun photo by Algerina Perna / September 11, 2007)

Maryland elementary teacher Thea Bayly and others are using software that provides immediate access to all available data on students: standardized test subscores, grades for previous classes, even attendance records. The data helps educators decide where to focus their teaching time to most benefit students. The Sun (Baltimore)

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