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Friday, November 8 • 11:45am - 12:10pm
Promises and Problems of Data Driven Education: One School's Solution in Implementing Teacher-Driven Analysis into OER-Based Classrooms.

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Data is a hot topic in online education, but becoming data-driven is a buzz phrase that is easier to talk about than actually implement in a school setting. Open High School of Utah shares its experience with using data in the classroom, including our missteps, successes, and map for future augmentation. OHSU will share its methods and process of bringing meaningful and accessible data-analysis and its application to your teachers.


Emily Andersen

Assistant Director, Mountain Heights Academy
Emily Andersen has worked secondary education for 10 ten years as an English and History teacher, administrator, curriculum developer and in a multitude of settings--public, private and charter. Emily was awarded a ISKME fellowship in 2012 and an Association of American Educators... Read More →
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DeLaina Tonks

Director, Mountain Heights Academy
I am the Director of Mountain Heights Academy (formerly the Open High School of Utah), an online 7-12 grade public charter school committed to building and sharing OER curricula. I'm passionate about digital learning, OER, students as instructional designers, and pedagogy.
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Sarah Morse Weston

Director of Technology and OER, Mountain Heights Academy
Sarah Weston has worked in secondary education for 18 years, as a teacher, administrator, and curriculum designer. She has built 17 semester courses using Open Educational Resources (OER) and currently oversees all course development and teacher training on building with OER. Sarah... Read More →

Friday November 8, 2013 11:45am - 12:10pm

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