Technology, including tablet applications and websites, can help teachers organize individual student data, instructional coach Lily Jones suggests in this blog post. Jones writes that she once tracked students' learning needs through sticky notes, spreadsheets and binders, but one app, Confer, allows teachers to write notes on a smartphone or tablet when talking to students, and tag and sort the information by needs.
How to use technology to organize student data
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