Effective Implementation of Online Learning
There are a myriad of online mathematics resources. So how do we ensure effective integration and implementation of online learning resources for strong classroom pedagogy?
In this session, we will consider what “good” teaching practice looks like, both from teacher experience, as well as from educational research, particularly that of John Hattie.
We will then look at how this research can be used to:
generate and effectively use student data to direct teaching and reporting,
differentiate delivery of content based on student needs, and
modify teaching practice to best address these issues
To understand quantitative research on the influences on student achievement.
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