Brightbytes is a data platform that features three unique data collection tools.  In today’s webinar, we take a look at the Teaching and Learning Survey (T&L), the Modern Learning Survey (MLS), and the Ed Tech Impact tool (ETI) and how they can support schools in taking positive steps forward with data-driven decision making around the use of technology in the school system. 

Through our partnership, MCIU member districts can access either the T&L or MLS for free and receive special pricing to deploy the ETI.  Contact Glen Zoller at GLEN@Brightbytes.net for more information.

Transform your education data into a comprehensive view to drive decision-making.

  • Combine assessment, attendance, behavior, and other key student data in one platform 

  • Quickly and easily examine the big picture and dig into granular insights across your organization

  • Provide your team with a multifaceted approach to take action with confidence

Quickly assess the unique learning conditions and experiences of each student.

  • Measure the impact of edtech investments, no matter where students are learning

  • Strengthen communication with stakeholders to identify where and how to support learning

  • Obtain insight into important social and emotional factors affecting teachers and students

Measure digital application usage and efficacy within specific conditions to determine ROI.

  • Tie the usage of 2500+ educational web apps with student achievement data from any system

  • Discover which programs and apps impact student achievement and ROI

  • Inform plans to replicate, scale, or adjust resources accordingly

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Brandon Langer serves as the Program Administrator of Instructional Technology at MCIU where he oversees the Montgomery Virtual Program and supports the integration of instructional technology in the Office of Professional Learning. As a former teacher and an instructional coach, Brandon has conducted numerous professional development sessions centered around technology applications and integrating student-centered instruction into the classroom. He has also worked closely with fine and performing arts teachers throughout the northeast to create and advocate for arts programs and modernize arts assessment practices. His passion for student success is grounded in his belief that teachers, not the computer, are the most powerful asset in the classroom today.

Brandon is the host of the OPL Podcast from MCIU and has earned a Bachelor of Music in Education from the University of Delaware and a Master of Science in Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Arkansas State University. He is a regular participant in many online PLN Twitter chats and can be followed @BrandonLanger.