K-12 Teachers Asked Significantly More Questions During in-Person vs. Remote Instruction This Fall
Newly Released Data From ask2learn Documents Significant Impacts on K-12 Teachers and Students Depending on the Format of Instruction.
During the Fall 2020 Semester, K-12 Teachers asked their students 60% more questions during In-Person instruction compared to Remote instruction. It’s a stark reminder of the challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to students and educators. As K-12 schools implement reopening plans for 2021, decision-makers require empirical data to fully consider the impacts on instruction.
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Parents and educators know that virtual instruction is challenging. In Fall 2020, the dangers of the COVID-19 pandemic forced many teachers to quickly transform their instructional approaches to accommodate large-scale virtual instruction. The first challenge was deploying a virtual learning experience that is intended to be effective and engaging. The second challenge was actually measuring and understanding the impacts on instruction when interacting in-person or remote. Educators can’t improve what they can’t measure.
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Fortunately, teachers across the globe continued to use Ask2Learn every day to capture their in-person and virtual teaching sessions. These recordings were automatically transcribed and analyzed by the Ask2Learn AI. This yielded a large dataset of never before available, real-world metrics from K-12 teachers across grades and subjects.