Teachers can access assessment data instantly, through live results, and can provide feedback to students when they need it the most.
These articles relate to what we refer to as the fundamentals of education — basic perspectives, practices, and professional behaviors we view our essential to good teaching.
Is technology peripheral to the learning activity or essential to its success? Does it deliver information or help students create meaning?
How do we display data so that it is accessible? If teachers are given this data, what do they with it to improve outcomes for students?
Brain-based teaching strategies include simply predicting and responding, which require the brain to actually engage.