Using Data to Target Instruction

This workshop will focus on specific concepts that instructors will consider to hone their abilities to use data to assist them in improving student learning.

This workshop will focus on specific concepts that instructors will consider to hone their abilities to use data to assist them in improving student learning. The workshop will begin with a discussion of what forms of evidence instructors will use to evaluate student progress. Next, the participants will carefully analyze student results in order to come to consensus about what the evidence means, and to begin exploring methods to provide corrective instruction that results in new learning. Lastly, the group will discuss frequency and forms of ongoing evaluative techniques that provide “just in time” learning.

Intended Audience

Curriculum Specialists
Administrators
Grades K-12 Instructors
Instructional Coaches

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