17. What if we made teaching and learning process yield more data?

This data would cover not just scholastic and co-scholastic information, but participation in class, techniques employed, student profiles, activities and other data of classroom transactions and student behaviour? What if this was a continuous and not a scheduled (like in tests and exams) collection of data?

What if we shared the insights across teachers in a school and across schools?

What if we used this, in combination with subjective insights & personal experience to craft and adapt strategies for teaching and learning?

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  1. Engagement is key to getting “engagement data” and touch points that will deliver this whatif. Connected learning ecosystems will herald this and provide us “closed loop” systems to determine the qualitative factors related to the “learning process”. We have put too much focus on “outcomes; whilst they are critical the “learning process” cannot be continued to be undermined.

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