DLN Smart Series
The current way student records and transcripts are managed is insufficient to meet the evolving needs of teachers, students, and parents. Only the most basic of information follows students into the classrooms they enter each year. Teachers have little visibility into the past performance of their students, what other teachers noted, or each learner’s strengths, weaknesses, and individual needs. New personalization technologies and the demand for differentiated instruction as a common strategy will only further place further strains the ecosystem of data systems and paper based records that form the patchwork of our current student records.
Sourced through Scoop.it from: gettingsmart.com
I wonder how data systems are evolving in Australian schools – open, transparent, secure, and owned by the students?
Could the application of blockchain technology change the state of play?