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It is from...Pearson Publishing, of course and designed to enable psychologists to observe students in a school environment and record students’ behaviors in real time. The B.O.S.S. software uses interactive buttons labeled to a particular behavior for the observer to press while observing a student during a given duration. The software keeps track of the amount of times a behavioral button is depressed during an observation. The statistics are calculated and displayed at the end of the observation. - View Product
Opt-Out of PSD Student Directory Deadline Is Tomorrow — Shared Info Can Include Video, Audio Biometric, and Grades
For those with children in Poudre School District, it might be a good time to consider whether you want your child included in the student directory. By choosing not to opt-out, you are giving permission for video, audio, biometric, grades etc to be shared without your knowledge. - See item 9 about Directory Policy
By Stephanie Simon | Reuters
An education technology conference this week in Austin, Texas, will clang with bells and whistles as startups eagerly show off their latest wares.
But the most influential new product may be the least flashy: a $100 million database built to chart the academic paths of public school students from kindergarten through high school. - Read More