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Using Classroom Data to Improve Student Achievement

By Dennis Fox
This site has simple strategies and tools to make sense of student achievement data. The video series builds the capacity of principals and teacher-leaders to use student achievement data to improve instructional practice. Learn how to:
  • Analyze data in a series of simple steps
  • Use student work to group students appropriately for strategic or intensive instruction
  • Explicitly decide when to “"re-do","review", or "re-teach"
  • Facilitate grade level or subject area group discussions of data
  • Make the ongoing use of data part of the school’s culture


Published by SCCAC/LACOE in 2006

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Curriculum Information For Resource

Snapshot
Grade Level(s):All
Curriculum Areas:Professional Development
Leadership
Themes/Keywords: Assessment
Data
Leadership
Student Achievement


Essential Question(s)
1. Do we really use the data?

Discussion Question(s)
1. What do I want my students to know and be able to do?
2. How will I know they know it and can do it?
3. How do I account for the student's performance?
4. What am I going to do for the students who don't get it and those that do?



"I found that taking the time to reflect and write about what I have done for the past month inspiring. I am able to look at the progress my students have made and celebrate their learning."


pictureMichele Farthing
Special Education Teacher
Highlands Middle School - Kennewick, WA






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