Trends & Student Data Strategies during Hybrid Learning: Part 2

In part 2 of our Trends & Student Data Strategies during Hybrid Learning post, you’ll hear about creative approaches to understanding engagement, how schools are using a health tracker to get a snapshot of student health before the school day starts, and one strategy for tracking learning gaps and responding with interventions and tutoring. 

Trend #4 Schools are thinking creatively about how to understand student engagement in hybrid learning

Key thoughts from the clip:

  • KIPP Albany focused on tracking what percentage of assignments that students are being assigned, are they returning?
  • Where do we have disengaged students? Where do I have a classroom where a lot of kids aren’t turning in work for that class?
  • Work completion could be an early indicator that students aren’t engaged with the material of a class 

Trend #5 Schools are breaking down their data with an increased focus on unique groups to ensure progress for all students

Key thoughts from the clip:

  • Increased focus on ensuring that there are equitable systems and structures in place to differentiate the supports needed by all students and schools 
  • Charlie references an example of a school that looks at student mastery by standard for students with IEPs 
  • How can schools use data to ensure they are living up to their mission?

Trend #6 Schools are thinking about how to most effectively identify and respond to learning gaps

Key thoughts from the clip: 

  • Schools are trying to identify students with learning gaps who may be disengaged in some or all classes  
  • Lake County School District has identified missed work and learning gaps then tracked, communicated, and monitored tutoring interventions
  • Schools are needing to be more systematic and proactive based on the increased prevalence of disengagement and missed work 

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