The HarvardX course “Introduction to Data Wise: A Collaborative Process to Improve Learning & Teaching” is featured in Digitally Enabled Learning, a handbook produced by The Hive Knowledge Group that helps leaders in education make the most of digital resources.
With an ever-growing supply of digital tools and technologies available, how do educators learn about the most effective ways to use them? The Hive Knowledge Group, a group of experienced educators and technologists who have worked with schools worldwide to help develop the use of digital tools to support improved learning outcomes, has created a new handbook offering ideas and guidance.
Digitally Enabled Learning helps leaders at every level of education understand the challenges and opportunities of digital resources by sharing ideas and best practices from around the world.
A featured resource is HarvardX’s course “Introduction to Data Wise,” taught by Kathryn Parker Boudett, Lecturer on Education and the Director of the Data Wise Project at the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. The course, which describes an eight-step process for using data sources to improve instruction, is showcased as an exemplary resource for learning how to use feedback systems and tools to improve learning outcomes.
'Data Wise' course featured on p.126 in Digitally Enabled Learning
Introduction to Data Wise: A Collaborative Process to Improve Learning & Teaching is currently offered as a self-paced course for individual educators, study groups, and organization-wide professional development. Learn more and enroll here.