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Ziva has her students working in the iTaLAM digital environment two classes per week. She feels that—unlike during traditional instruction, when she is aware of everything that happens in class—she doesn't know exactly what they're doing.
How can we monitor the students' learning in a digital environment?
Digital instruction actually offers a lot more information about what's happening in the classroom than does traditional instruction. It simply requires getting used to different tools that generate precise information about what is being done, and what the quality of the learning actually is.
Subsequent blog posts will discuss how we can transform the students into "little teachers," who will monitor their own learning and improve it; We will now focus on monitoring the learning in Teacher Mode.
Look for the grades marked in red; these belong to students who did not do well, and need special attention.