On October 21st, Sarah presented to the Education Interim Committee of the State Legislature the results from the evaluation of digital math technology products distributed to over 200,000 K-12 students across the state last year. The results showed significant effects on mathematics achievement when the products are used with fidelity. This year we will be researching what makes a 21st Century Digital Learning Classroom that supports technology integration in order to inform the state and provide best practices to help more schools reach fidelity. Click here to access the audio for the presentation to the Education Interim Committee
On October 28th, Sara will be presenting at BYU for their Instructional Technology and Psychology (IP&T) Seminar Series. She will be sharing about how we are using the FUN! Tool, developed b Phil Janisiewicz the data scientist for the Active Learning Lab, across three National Science Foundation grants to clean, organize, and analyze data on student learning.
On November 5th, Sarah will be presenting the results to the Utah State Mathematics Education Coordinating Committee (SMECC) through a webinar to inform the work of mathematics specialists and coordinators across the state. She will also be presenting the results at a Utah state Curriculum Directors meeting on November 20th.