COP: Integrating the measurement and monitoring of students’ perspectives in on-track work

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We need research innovations that offer practical solutions, especially today when we know we need to pay attention to students’ experiences and avoid creating extra work for teachers.

The Project for Education that Scales (PERTS) has been working to create evidence-based measures that center students’ classroom experiences in order to catalyze engagement and learning – while being easy for educators to use such measures. During the session we heard from Sarah GripsolverDirector of Research at PERTS.


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