How do we measure mobile learning’s impact on higher-order thinking?

I’m lucky enough to spend Tuesdays to Thursdays working with an amazing group of students and faculty at The Westside School in Seattle. For 15 months now we’ve been growing a new middle school, and a 1:1 initiative is part of that model.

We are in a constant cycle of evaluation as we seek to understand the impacts of mobile learning, standards-based assessment, and mixed-age groupings on student academic achievement and character development.

Below are some edtech-focused numbers based on the first 3 months of this school year:

2 thoughts on “How do we measure mobile learning’s impact on higher-order thinking?

  1. Interesting! Our school has been talking about going to e-books. We are an IB school and admin isn’t exactly sure where to start looking for textbooks. What e-textbooks are you using school-wide? Thank you!

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