- Data-Driven Instruction
- Using Data to Close the Achievement Gap: How to Measure Equity in Our Schools
- Accountability for Greater Student Learning
- Data Driven Decisions to Improve Results
- Using Data to Close the Achievement Gap
|Author||Lance E. Bedwell|
|Publisher||Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation|
|Description||This fastback discusses the need for implementation of data-driven improvements in K-12 schooling by teachers. Teachers need to become more systematic in the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data in order to facilitate high-quality decisions more consistently. It is believed that a high-quality data-collection program is likely to do more to improve instruction than any other innovation.|
|Data Driven Decisions to Improve Results|
|Author||Ruth S. Johnson|
Program 1 – Setting Sights on Student Achievement.
Highlights: -Explore the role of data in changing the academic culture of schools with an emphasis on access and equity for all students.
Topics: The Achievement Gap; Building Dissatisfaction and Killing the Myths; Data in the Reform Process; and Building Leadership and Data Teams.
Program 2 – Inquiring about Data,
Highlights: -Equity is tied to the belief that all children can learn. Inquiring about data and equity will benefit all students.
Topics: Talking about Data; Examining Outcomes; Assessing Policies, Programs, Interventions, and School Culture; and Will We Know It When We See It?