Observing Student EngagementYou know good student engagement and motivation when you see it in class, but this important predictor of success can't be easily measured and turned into actionable data.
Importance of Teacher SkillsAs a result, a teacher’s own observation skills have never been more important to lifting student achievement. But doing it well is harder than ever as class sizes grow and individualized instruction is required.
Individualized ObservationsWhat if you could dramatically improve how teachers see and hear each individual student? And what could you accomplish if you could open this skill up to collective insight by a team of collaborating teachers?
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