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What We Now Know About Measuring Learning Lossand Learning Recovery

January 6, 2023

What We Now Know About Measuring Learning Lossand
The COVID-19 pandemic years were among the most challenging times for education in history. While no one would dispute that most students experienced “learning loss” during this time, it is probably more accurate to say that student learning trajectories have shifted.

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What summer learning loss can tell us about the potential impact of school closures on student academic achievement

whitePaper | April 21, 2020

Seasonal learning research allows researchers to compare student learning patterns when school is in versus out of session. While there is some controversy about the magnitude of summer learning lossii,iii three trends are consistent across seasonal learning research findingsiv: achievement typically slows or declines over the summer months, declines tend to be steeper for math than for reading, and the extent (proportionally) of loss increases in the upper grades.

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Education Matters - Business Education Alliance

whitePaper | February 25, 2020

These goal-oriented and evidence-based projects are designed to improve opportunity for all Alabamians. Among these projects are the recent launching of the Alabama Committee on Credentialing and Career Pathways; Strong Start, Strong Finish; Born Ready; the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading, the Advisory Council for Excellence in STEM; and Success Plus. The curriculum incorporates employability skill standards that help students succeed in the workplace, such as problem solving, critical thinking, teamwork, communications, and workplace etiquette.

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A Human-Centered Vision for Quality Virtual Learning

whitePaper | August 1, 2022

Count educators, students and their families among those who struggled over the last two years, as K-12 schools became the epicenter of turmoil in local communities. Districts faced more scrutiny than ever — with the media tracking remote learning and safety measures as closely as rising COVID-19 cases and with parents gaining a daily window into what their students were (or weren’t) learning. Districts also dealt with the operational and instructional hurdles of “emergency room-to-Zoom” and keeping staff and students healthy, two challenges they had never faced before

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Let Winter Screening Data Guide Spring Instruction

whitePaper | December 14, 2022

Winter screening data can help identify students who are at risk of not meeting their learning goals. Download this eBook to learn how to use screening data to plan equitable interventions this spring so all students can get back on track.

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The Impact of E-Learning Technologies on Student’s Motivation:Student Centered Interaction in Business Education

whitePaper | March 3, 2020

In the past two decades, the development of new information technology has brought significant changes in all areas of society. Accordingly, the rhythm of a contemporary life and the process of interaction with the outside world has been accelerated. The use of the Internet has allowed the creation and development of remote employment of people, providing them with access to information and educational resources throughout the world. These changes have inevitably affected education, as evidenced by the increasingly frequent use of teachers and students themselves to Internet resources, Internet services, various online educational programs and installed applications and other forms of distance learning

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A Practice-based Model of STEM Teaching

whitePaper | January 10, 2020

Teachers today are being asked to think “outside of the box” in order to prepare their students for a career and a life that is largely unknown due to the warp speed changing needs and desires of society today. While many teachers today happily accept the challenge and are driven by curiosity and motivation to succeed, it can become a very daunting and overwhelming task. The STEM SOSTM (Students on Stage) model, and this book in particular, helps to bridge that gap between daunting and overwhelming to doable and successful.

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Milton Keynes College leads the way in providing a comprehensive range of business solutions, supporting; recruitment, Continual Professional Development and Business Growth workshops. We do this through qualifications linked to national awarding bodies, bespoke workshops delivered by industry experts and through our Elearning platform which offers a wide range of flexible remote learning opportunities.

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