The New Wave of Digital Learning

The World of Work is changing. Work is transforming from a top-down, largely homogeneous environment to a wired, collaborative, diverse environment where change is constant and the workforce has to adapt to change with it.Corporate learning has been gradually changing over the past few years, and Brandon Hall Group research shows that the pace is picking up speed.

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Middlebury College

Founded in 1800 and set in the beautiful Champlain Valley of Vermont, Middlebury College has long been one of the finest liberal arts colleges in the country. Our 2,450 students, from all 50 states and more than 70 countries, are part of a community devoted to teaching, learning, and collaborating. Middlebury is a nationally recognized academic institution that encompasses a liberal arts undergraduate college, 38 Schools Abroad programs, 11 summer immersion Language Schools, the Bread Loaf School of English.

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How Schools Use ZoomTM to Proctor Assessments

whitePaper | August 3, 2020

There’s no getting around the fact that administering assessments during distance learning is tough. However, if you have decided that your district will administer athome assessments in fall 2020, we urge district leaders, building administrators, teachers, and families to work in partnership to create a detailed assessment plan. Your approach to proctoring and administering an online assessment, such as the i-Ready Diagnostic, will be central to this plan.

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Elevating Your Strategy with Engagement Scoring

whitePaper | November 26, 2022

This type of analysis highlights key opportunities and demonstrates the linkage between various types of engagement activities. We likely all feel that if a graduate or supporter engages in one area, they are more likely to also engage in other areas – this data supports that.

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Drive Student Success with Alignment NOW

whitePaper | August 15, 2020

Given the upheaval the pandemic has inflicted on public education this year, school and district leaders will have their hands full as they prepare for the fall. Summer is typically the time when educators reflect on the past year and plan for the next — building schedules, establishing professional learning plans, and deciding how to monitor teaching and learning. But this summer, of course, educators will also be dealing with understanding the depths of learning loss, trauma, and the social emotional needs students face due to the COVID-19 crisis. They will also be developing teaching plans to accelerate learning trajectories and fill in the gaps.

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1st Annual Merrimack College Teacher Survey: 2022 Results

whitePaper | October 28, 2022

The survey results suggest a deep disillusionment of many teachers who feel overworked, underpaid, and under-appreciated, with potential implications for a once-in-a-generation shift in the teaching profession.

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Enabling Conditions for Scaling Project-Based Learning

whitePaper | March 28, 2021

This paper reviews the work of the Enabling Conditions Collaboratory (ECC), a team of researchers that looked across research projects to study the conditions that support the success of project-based learning.

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Transitioning to Remote Learning and Progress Monitoring: How One District Connected Home and School During COVID-19

whitePaper | July 14, 2020

As COVID-19 drove school closures, Pocatello/ Chubbuck School District 25 (PCSD 25) moved quickly to transition to remote learning and progress monitoring. Istation’s digital assessments and instructional tools made it easy for students to continue learning at home. Plus, parents as well as teachers maintained a clear view of students’ progress with on-demand data reports, as well as Istation’s home assessments and progress-monitoring tools. Despite unprecedented circumstances, PCSD 25 saw a marked increase in home usage and students’ skill levels climbing.

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Spotlight

Middlebury College

Founded in 1800 and set in the beautiful Champlain Valley of Vermont, Middlebury College has long been one of the finest liberal arts colleges in the country. Our 2,450 students, from all 50 states and more than 70 countries, are part of a community devoted to teaching, learning, and collaborating. Middlebury is a nationally recognized academic institution that encompasses a liberal arts undergraduate college, 38 Schools Abroad programs, 11 summer immersion Language Schools, the Bread Loaf School of English.

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