Technology has enormous potential to transform the way teachers teach and students learn. In this video interview, Tracy Gray, AIR managing researcher, explains how to effectively use technology to engage students in their own learning.
Learning more about the lifelong shadow of early life experiences is a challenge that can’t be met without longitudinal data. AIR and the University of Southern California are mining Project Talent's data to identify risk and protective factors for differential outcomes at older ages, to learn about the life trajectories of the baby-boom generation, and to align public policy and programs with research evidence and real-world opportunities and needs.
Growing evidence shows that patient and family engagement plays a central role in improving health outcomes while also improving the patient experience of care and reducing costs. To address this gap, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation worked with AIR to create the Roadmap for Patient and Family Engagement in Healthcare Practice and Research, which includes specific actions that can be taken to partner with patients and their families to improve how care is delivered.