Data-Driven Instruction: Implement and Support
Course Level: 103
Est. Length: 2 Hours
Data is useful only when it elicits a response from teachers. For example, standardized tests measure accountability for schools and teacher effectiveness at the end of the school year. Information from these results can be used to determine where students are at the start of the next year, develop plans to meet their individual and collective needs prior to presenting new information, and guide instruction.
In this course, we will get to the "How?" of data inquiry by analyzing individual data and learning strategies for working in your classroom.