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Student Response Systems Drive Instruction

Abstract: How many teachers are using day-to-day information to guide their facilitation of learning? How can teachers effectively and continuously assess and track students with all the other obligations they endure, such as individualized education program meetings, response to intervention, team planning and professional learning communities? Ashtabula County Schools in Ohio has turned to technology to help with this dilemma. The district has introduced teachers to the student response system as a way for teachers to assess students in a quick-check manner, depending on the need.

Keywords: Primary and Secondary Education Brief

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