Student Success

   
Music open educational resources (OER) have the potential to fill gaps in access to instructional materials for K-12 music teachers and learners, and to support teachers and learners as content creators and collaborators in meeting educational goals. This study explores the...
Launched in July 2014, Teachers Advancing Common Core Learning (TACCL) was an 18-month project facilitated by ISKME, and supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's Teacher Practice Networks Initiative. TACCL provides training and resources to support teachers in...
   
The Primary Source Project (PSP) is a timely effort being conducted by ISKME, supported by The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, to collaboratively create a slim canon of openly accessible and contextualized primary sources on...
   
The Cyberlearning at Community Colleges (C3) Project is designed to engage biology faculty in forming communities to leverage digital library resources and social networking technologies toward enhanced biology instruction. Through professional development and social...
   
 As external evaluator for the project, Collaborative Research: CI-TEAM Implementation Project — The Signal Processing Education Network, ISKME formatively and summatively evaluated the project’s efforts to support a network of teachers, students and...
   
Despite the upsurge in online developmental education course offerings in recent years, there is a dearth in knowledge on the optimal context to support such courses, and on how they are being taught, perceived and experienced by instructors. This study sought to explore...
   
This project involved facilitating a community college district in their design of a virtual collaboration and feedback system that bridged the needs of academic instruction and student support services in one centralized information system. This Early Alert System (EAS)...
   
This study examined how urban school districts across the country have begun to adopt performance-driven practices that aim to raise student achievement levels. Specficially, it looked at the exisitence of clear and rigorous student achievement goals, efforts to gather and...
   
The purpose of this research was to understand how the integration of the new Decision Support System (DSS) at City College of San Francisco (CCSF) had impacted data retrieval at the college, and specifically, how decision making had been affected in various divisions and...
ISKME is conducting a study of the Faculty Inquiry Network (FIN). Funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Walter S. Johnson Foundation, and the San Francisco Foundation, FIN was launched in January 2009 as a professional development program and community of...