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Reimagining Progress Reports for Mastery-Based Education

Leveraging xAPI and the Yet xAPI Learning Record Store, data from across learning tools and platforms have been unified to provide automated reporting to learners and other stakeholders at Khan Lab School.

Khan Lab School is an independent school associated with Khan Academy that runs a personalized, mixed-age program with a project-based learning approach. Because KLS tracks mastery instead of letter grades and groups students by independence level instead of age, a new kind of reporting system is needed to show student progress. Yet Analytics has built role-specific data dashboards for students, teachers, and leadership that pulls data from digital and in-person learning activity to provide a unified view of student progress at KLS.

This presentation was presented at xAPI Camp at DevLearn 2017.

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Reimagining Progress Reports for Mastery-Based Education

  1. 1. Reimagining Progress Reports for Mastery-Based Education Presented at DevLearn 2017 by Margaret Roth, CXO,Yet Analytics +
  2. 2. 2 Khan Lab School is an independent school associated with Khan Academy that runs a personalized, mixed-age program with a project-based learning approach. Because KLS tracks mastery instead of letter grades and groups students by independence level instead of age, a new kind of reporting system is needed to show student progress.Yet Analytics has built role-specific data dashboards for students, teachers, and leadership that pulls data from digital and in-person learning activity to provide a unified view of student progress at KLS. +
  3. 3. Problem 3 ØHad selected the best learning tools and platforms ØUsed a modular approach and combined the components best suited their needs ØDesigned a program and curriculum to support self-paced, self-directed, blended learning challenge design integration beta takeaways
  4. 4. 4 ØResulted in completely siloed data ØHad no way to connect learning and performance across tools ØHours of time spent hand-mapping progress in spreadsheets each week challenge design integration beta Problem takeaways
  5. 5. 5 challenge design integration beta Student – 9Years Old Teacher – Professional takeaways Audience
  6. 6. ØEasy to understand for students ØSeamless, single-sign-on, multi- permission access structure ØSecure data processing and storage ØModular ecosystem approach for future compatibility ØData made actionable for teachers Considerations 6 challenge design integration beta takeaways
  7. 7. Development Process 7 ØUsed a cross-platform data unification approach leveraging xAPI ØWorked with each vendor to model data for compatibility ØCreated a near real-time streaming data architecture challenge design integration beta takeaways
  8. 8. Student – 9Years Old Teacher – Professional challenge design integration beta takeaways
  9. 9. Outcomes 9 ØReal-time insight into student progress through automatic activity tracking in one place ØIndividual learner dashboards that empower students and facilitate communication with other stakeholders ØRole-specific dashboards making it easy for teachers, parents, and administrators to see learner masteries across tools at a glance challenge design integration beta takeaways
  10. 10. Ø Measure learning activity Ø Measure resource use Ø Understand engagement Ø Create learner profiles Ø See learning pathways Ø Understand competency development Ø Identify problem content and opportunities for program improvement Ø Demonstrate impact & ROI What would your ecosystem look like? 10 Connecting data from: Ø LMS & CMS Ø AuthoringTools Ø Communication Platforms Ø Micro-learning Content Ø Performance Assessment Tools Ø Survey & FeedbackTools Ø HRIS & Other Systems Ø Mobile-learning Solutions So you can:Provide data to: Ø Learners Ø Mentors Ø Instructors Ø Team Leaders Ø Managers Ø Leadership Ø Other Stakeholders challenge design integration beta takeaways
  11. 11. Things toThink About 11 ØFind a partner in the process. ØUse an agile perspective. ØMake it look good! challenge design integration beta takeaways
  12. 12. From data assessment to integrations to analytics and visualization, Yet's certified xAPI LRS and learning analytics solutions provide people-based data insights and drive action across organizations. Our technologies provide for the interoperable collection and analysis of data sourced via learning management systems, simulations, e-content, eLearning authoring tools, wearables, IoT, virtual and augmented reality, and associated experiential technologies, into automated analytics dashboards. Delivering Experience Intelligence with the world’s most visual xAPI LRS. 12 challenge design integration beta takeaways Ø Winner, Nielsen Data Visionary Award at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2015 Ø Winner, Best of E-Learning 2016 Excellence Award Ø Ranked #1 LRS by the Craig Weiss Group
  13. 13. 13 challenge design integration beta takeaways ThankYou! ØVisit us at booth 709! ØAllie wrote an xAPI Insider’s Guide to DevLearn: Øhttps://www.yetanalytics.com/blog/xapi-insiders-guide-to-devlearn ØRegister for beta access to theYet Adapter: ØThe Yet Adapter allows non-technical users an easy way to upload spreadsheet data and to transform it into xAPI data which can be sent to any Learning Record Store. Øhttps://www.yetanalytics.com/yetadapter
  14. 14. 14 challenge design integration beta takeaways yetanalytics.com Experience intelligence in human capital analytics. Margaret Roth — hello@yetanalytics.com — 443.256.3673

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