The Northeast is a center of gravity for innovations in education, both at universities and at the large and small publishers who drive K-12 education in America. The Big Data in Education Spoke focuses on gathering, storing, and analyzing data from schools, students and administrators, towards discovery of factors impacting children’s educational success. These data-driven approaches to education pair deep knowledge of human learning and cognition with adaptive curricula and responses, enabling instructional resources that extend far beyond the traditional, “one-size-fits-all” method of teaching. Mastering tools for educational data science will help increase productivity, develop new insights into human behavioral patterns, transform existing educational practices, and spawn new industries.
Meeting of the Education Spoke and Longitudinal Educational Big Data Competition to be held at Teachers College, Columbia University, on August 28, 2017. For more info, visit http://nebigdatahub.org/meeting-of-the-big-data-in-education-spoke/
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|Ryan Baker||Website||University of Pennsylvania||PA|
|Beverly Woolf||Website||University of Massachusetts, Amherst||MA|
|Ivon Arroyo||Website||Worcester Polytechnic Institute||MA|
|Feyzi Bagirov||Website||Becker College||MA|
|Robert Bangert-Drowns||Website||SUNY, University at Albany||NY|
|Zhixiong Chen||Website||Mercy College||NY|
|Neil Heffernan||Worcester Polytechnic Institute||MA|
|Weilin Li||Website||Child Trends||MD|
|Peter Shea||Website||SUNY, University at Albany||NY|
|Jaclyn Ocumpaugh||University of Pennsylvania||PA|
|Greg Silva||Website||OSHEAN, Inc.||NY|