This is such a wonderful question from one of the teachers in DPS doing some great Blended Learning work.

This is such a wonderful question from one of the teachers in DPS doing some great Blended Learning work. Any thoughts on an answer from fellow practitioners (or anyone else)?

Originally shared by Jessica Raleigh

Was able to grab my iPad and make a Google sheet on the fly so I could take notes as I conferenced with kids during independent reading yesterday. The new Drive for iPad was much easier to navigate and now I have a quick way to sit next to kids wherever they are to set a goal and note something they did well during our reading together. I’ll be able to share this data with students for their own goal setting as well.

What are some quick, meaningful ways you collect data that gets the most bang for your buck? Are there things you do that can really help students with their learning even in classrooms where student tech is limited?

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