The "Practitioner Data Use in Schools: Workshop Toolkit" is designed to help practitioners systematically and accurately use data to inform their teaching practice. The toolkit includes an agenda, slide deck, participant workbook, and facilitator's guide and covers the following topics: developing data literacy, engaging in a cycle of inquiry, accessing and analyzing available data, identifying and creating student goals, and using data to make action plans about instructional decisions. The workshop was used with three REL-NEI research alliances: the Northeast Educator Effectiveness Research Alliance, the Urban School Improvement Alliance, and the Northeast Rural Districts Research Alliance, and can be customized for use in other contexts.
ERIC DescriptorsAcademic Achievement, Administrator Guides, Data Analysis, Data Use, Decision Making, Educational Objectives, Educational Planning, Educational Research, Faculty Development, Literacy, Printed Materials, Professional Development, School Based Management, School Districts, Teacher Effectiveness, Teaching Guides, Teaching Methods, Workshops
Northeast & Islands | Publication Type:
Tool | Publication
Date: December 2014