We've been taking a close look at how many hours teachers put in and what those hours are dedicated to. Now, let's consider how technology can support teachers to help them make the most of their working hours.
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Darin joined Edmentum in October, 2013 after serving in a variety of marketing and strategy leadership roles with Thomson Reuters, most recently as the director of state and local government markets, driving growth in that multi-hundred-million dollar segment. Prior to that, his formidable legal career included a stint as the Illinois assistant attorney general. Darin graduated from the prestigious Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago. In his role as vice-president of strategy and corporate development, Darin is responsible for defining and articulating the Edmentum strategic vision, and ensuring that the organization develops in a way that is consistent with that vision.
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When we kicked off this series a couple weeks ago, we talked about how much time teachers actually work during an average week. In this post, I will take a look at our best estimates of where exactly that time and effort is going across the year.
Education can be defined as the field of study focused on teaching and learning, which is a fairly broad categorization. As a result, multiple models have been developed that are useful in representing what knowledge is needed to solve problems and in describing what processes exist for understanding a specific domain of knowledge. Let's look at one of these models which is discussed frequently: Norman Webb's Depth of Knowledge (DOK) framework.