A few hours before the Data for Black Lives Conference official began 50 plus education activists from around the country and across generations discussed the ways big data has impacted public education in the black communities.
How to start a career in Data Science, Business Analysis, and Information System Management | Full Course Description This course helps those seeking to enter the field of Data Science, Business Analysis, and Information System Management to gain a high level understanding of the field. This includes: What is the industry like? What kind ofContinue reading “VIDEO Lecture Series: Career in Data & Analytics”
Building the Learning Analytics Curriculum for 2020 and Beyond Abstract: Learning Analytics courses and degree programs both on- and offline have begun to proliferate over the last five years. Building on the success and collaboration of the LAK18 curriculum workshop we plan to work through specific best practices that relate to the conference theme of usingContinue reading “Snippet from the Learning Analytics & Knowledge Conference LAK ’19”
A PEAK INTO THE NATIONAL LANDSCAPE Part 2: Some Good News, Big Data is Texas is Big Background: This is my second post discussing the early lessons from my research with NYU Metro Center on Big Data in Public Education. If you’re not sure what Big Data is, or how it can be “in” education,Continue reading “Briefly about my Brief: Big Data in Education (P.2)”
a peak into the national Landscape Part 1: What is Big Data? Since 2015, I have been exploring the connections between BIG DATA + EDUCATION + SOCIAL JUSTICE. My research primarily focuses on big data’s role in public education particularly how it impact black and brown communities. Most recently I’ve partnered with NYU Metro CenterContinue reading “Briefly about my Brief: Big Data in Education (P.1)”