Using technology to track students

07/9/2009 | Teacher Magazine (free registration)

Test scores paint a spotty picture of a student's abilities, and electronic student records could paint a more accurate picture, writes teacher and author Dan Brown. He says such records could track behavior, health and samples of work and present a detailed look at a student's needs and abilities.

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