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Validated Learning receives 2018 Visionary Award from City of Cambridge, MA

November 15th, 2018|

Cambridge, MA:  Validated Learning Co. received a 2018 Visionary Award from the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce today. Cambridge Mayor Marc C. McGovern presented the Award to company CEO Isaac [...]

Improving Student Engagement and Outcomes with a Human-Centered Approach to Data-Driven Instruction

October 11th, 2018|

Data-Driven instruction improves student outcomes and increases student engagement. In this white paper, we give you step-by-step instructions for how to implement data-driven instruction in your school or district, [...]

Roosevelt Children’s Academy Significantly Improves Outcomes for Students, using Quick Key for fast classroom feedback

October 2nd, 2018|

The Story In the fall of 2017, school turnaround specialist principal Desiree Galashaw arrived at Roosevelt Children's Academy with a mandate to improve the elementary school's scores on New [...]

The logic behind outstanding multiple-choice questions for formative evaluation

August 28th, 2018|

Multiple Choice: A Powerful and Versatile Workhorse Mike Dickinson, MA, MBA Introduction This post addresses a few ways to get more benefit from multiple choice (M/C) questions for both [...]

GDPR Compliance Statement

May 23rd, 2018|

Quick Key is a GDPR compliant SaaS software service. The following are our GDPR-related policies: Cookies: Quick Key does not require users to allow cookies in order to use [...]

Measuring and Improving Student Engagement: An Education Leader’s Perspective

March 29th, 2018|

Diana Tang Measuring and Improving Student Engagement: An Education Leader's Perspective Interview with Diana Tang by Isaac D. Van Wesep ________________ Diana Tang is on a mission [...]

How to Succeed with Response to Intervention in a Tiered Instruction Environment: a Case Study

March 21st, 2018|

Before Becoming the Top Performer in its District, This School Had to Review How Data Was and Wasn’t Shared in PLC Teams. Lake Arthur High School had been doing [...]