Berger, Larry

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Name, affiliation and email address

Larry Berger, CEO Wireless Generation,

Bio sketch

Larry Berger is CEO and co-founder of Wireless Generation. There he has led the invention of the patent-pending mCLASS® software system for early reading and math assessment, which has transformed the way educators collect and use assessment data, creating a culture of continuous feedback in classrooms. The mCLASS software streamlines the assessment process and increases the value of data by delivering it immediately in handheld- and Web-based reports for teachers and administrators, with recommendations and tools for linking data to instruction. Larry also developed (with Wireless Generation co-founder Greg Gunn) The Hole in The Web, an online extension of Paul Newman's "Hole In The Wall Gang" Camp for children with cancer and blood diseases. As a White House Fellow, Larry worked on Educational Technology at NASA, where he authored a vision of NASA's 21st century educational technology agenda, and did the conceptual design and early development of NASA BioBLAST, a curriculum module for high school biology.Larry has published numerous articles on education technology and the use of handheld computing to support diagnostic instruction. In addition, he is the co-author of I Will Sing Life, a book about the poetry writing program he developed and taught for children with serious illnesses, and of Up Your Score: The Underground Guide To The SAT, a best-selling SAT review book that he wrote when he was in high school. Larry holds a B.A. summa cum laude from Yale and was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University.

Field of interest

The kind of work I do

Chosen topic group (but also interested in)

Chosen topic group: Software

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Planned contribution to ISDDE 2008

At Wireless Generation, we have developed new ways of capturing observational assessment data and are experimenting with new ways of linking assessment results to personalized instructional materials. I would be happy to demonstrate this system.

Expectations for this conference



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