Educators have long relied on high-stakes assessments to measure progress and provide feedback to students. But this often comes too little, too late. It also misses opportunities to help students reflect on and learn from their mistakes. In this Harvard Business Review article, Joe Rohrlich, CEO of Top Hat, and Demian Hommel, Senior Instructor at Oregon State University, discuss how instructors can collect and act on real-time data to enhance student learning, in the moment and over time. 

Read the full article in the Harvard Business Review.