Statistics Canada is launching a new research program aimed at improving data-driven learning for Canadians, with the aim of increasing the number of students in high school, and the quality of instruction, it announced Thursday.
The government says its new data-advocacy-focused program, called “Curriculum and Education: The Data-Based Learning Strategy,” will work with school districts to ensure that students are taught more efficiently, as well as to help them better understand their data-related learning needs.
The program will include a series of five research-based workshops aimed at engaging students and teachers in a “digital-first” way, which is a way of teaching that is more relevant to their current environment and that they can use to understand the data they are currently gathering and how it relates to their learning.
The workshops are aimed at parents, teachers, students and staff, and are intended to make students more aware of data, which can be used to inform curriculum, as the government explains.
Curricula and Education is the first of its kind to be created in the federal government, said the minister of education, Marie-Claude Bibeau.
It’s aimed at helping teachers understand how data is used, and how to use that data in a way that’s more relevant for students.
“We want to get to the point where we can have a conversation with our students about data, and about how to interpret and use that information, and then we want to be able to have a broader conversation about how we can best engage our students in this digital-first way of learning,” she said.
She said that while the government is not looking to replace traditional curriculum, it does have an “emerging” focus in data-use and that there are already several “data-driven” learning strategies already in place.
“There’s been a lot of innovation in the field of data-based learning over the last couple of years,” she added.
That means you have data that’s never been in your control before. “
The problem is that, because there are so many different ways to use the data, that data is constantly being re-purposed, so you have to do that in the most efficient way possible.”
That means you have data that’s never been in your control before.
And that’s where this is going to come in.
“The new program will be run by the Data and Society Institute, a non-profit organization that aims to help develop data-informed approaches to learning, according to a press release.
The institute has been working with a number of Canadian public schools, including those that use data for their curricula, to find ways to incorporate data into their curriculum.”
In addition to this, our students have also learned how to navigate the data in their everyday life and how that informs their learning.””
That’s very challenging to incorporate into the curriculum and is the way that many of our students are learning, but it’s a great way to engage them.”
In addition to this, our students have also learned how to navigate the data in their everyday life and how that informs their learning.
“The institute’s research is supported by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
The data-education-based approach to curriculum is not new.
In 2017, the U.S. Department of Education and the National Science Foundation launched a new data science initiative called the Data Analytics Initiative, which aims to support data-intensive research and design.
Data Analytics, which has been implemented in more than a dozen countries around the world, aims to “implement data science in curricula across a wide variety of academic settings and engage students in their data exploration, interpretation and application,” according to the department’s press release at the time.
In the U., however, the data-enabled approach to learning is gaining traction in a different way.
The country’s Department of Human Services and Education are among the first to adopt data-management tools that make it easier for students to collect, use and share their data.
The department has also implemented a data analytics platform that can be accessed via its online tool, which will provide the government with “data in context” and provide it with “tools for better analysis,” according the release.
It will also have a “data portal,” which will allow students to access and share data “with greater transparency and accountability,” according a statement from the department.
The U.K.’s Department for Education launched the Data Management Framework, which allows teachers to use data to “improve learning outcomes and enhance classroom effectiveness,” according its press release on the project.
In Finland, a government agency called the National Agency for Education and Culture, which develops curriculum, has created a data-friendly data management framework for school staff that will help them make use of the data