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Episode Info: Last week we discussed COPPA and the thousands of data points children create just by living and using our personal devices. Students also create data points at school which we hope to use to support teachers in helping those students achieve at their very best. It comes in many forms. You have SAT data, mandated state reporting data, but you also have a kindergarten student identifying colors, that's data, too. It's everywhere. TechTool of the Week:Copyrighteous Podcast Full TranscriptLarry Burden 0:00 big theme that no one's gonna getLarry Burden 0:07 Think Twilight Zone, and then you lose faith in humanity.Andy Phillips 0:11 It sounds uplifting.Larry Burden 0:11 It's fun for me,Danelle Brostrom 0:12 it's very interesting.Andy Phillips 0:15 It's my favorite of all time.Larry Burden 0:22 It's Episode 94 of the EdTech Loop podcast. My name is Larry Burden and her midi-chlorian count is off the charts it's Danelle Brostrom, and also joining us, the TCAPS Yoda of data, Mr. Andy Phillips. We've learned to trust our feelings, which has revealed this week's moment of ZenMoment of Zen 0:40 Pass on what you have learned, strength, mastery, but weakness, folly, failure, also yes, failure.Larry Burden 0:50 Stay for some soup, you must, if you are to partake in this week's meat of the show, the light side of data. So, last week, last week's episode, we had, we had kind of a darker, maybe a little darker..Danelle Brostrom 1:05 It wasn't dark it was informative,Larry Burden 1:06 it was informative, but we kind of talked about data and how maybe the privacy of our children can be invaded and some of, some data points regarding them might be used for a less than helpful purpose in their life. We wanted to have, Mr. Phillips on here, Andy on to discuss what our school districts do with data that can really help them really achieve and grow in their learning. So with that being said, How are we using student data.Andy Phillips 1:40 First Larry, let me, let me say that I did listen to last week's podcast. Larry and I had a brief conversation last night at an organization outside of school. And we talked about, COPPA, which, which I learned about listening to the podcast. I also, it was awesome because I was picking up my kid from gymnastics, which is where I saw Larry, and to listen to the podcast and the amount of time it took me to get home, I listened to it I'm double speed.Danelle Brostrom 2:07 Nice.Larry Burden 2:08 Very high voices.Andy Phillips 2:10 It was awesome, yes. And because I know both of you have made it way more entertaining.Danelle Brostrom 2:13 It makes me talk even faster.Andy Phillips 2:16 And my daughter was freaked out by it to.Danelle Brostrom 2:17 Okay, I'm gonna do that.Andy Phillips 2:19 So I did listen to it and it was interesting that we call, to me that's, that's data. Yeah, I get it. And you guys talking about the thousands of data points that are out there just by basically living, not doing anything crazy high tech all the time...
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