Data-driven instruction may be the popular catchphrase in education, but in a recent edWebinar, the speakers advocated for data-driven learning. The student, they said, should be at the center of all educational efforts, especially when the goal is to improve outcomes. “Using Student Learning Data to Foster a Growth Culture,” featuring Amy Trees Dodson, M.Ed., Director of Instruction, Cisco Independent School District (CISD), TX; David Woods, Director of Curriculum and Reporting, DreamBox Learning; and Robyn Sturgeon, Professional Learning Consultant, NWEA, focused not just on the idea of collecting data, but on only collecting the data that is actionable. Instead of teaching to the middle, they said, educators and students can use data to attack learning.
In this edWebinar, discover how a blended learning model can be used as a tool to support effective data-driven instruction.
In this edWebinar, learn a practical framework for creating a data-informed growth culture that guides instructional decision making and supports all students at the right level.
In this edWebinar, Cindy Golden, Ed.D., University of West Florida faculty member and autism consultant at Florida State University’s Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD), discusses her new Data Collection Toolkit.
Learning and competency data can be useful tools in assessing a student’s individual learning needs. In this month’s Blended Learning webinar, presenters Sharnell Jackson and Tim Hudson shared best practices for organizing and using student data in order to better meet student needs. They also discussed processes for using and analyzing data at the student, classroom, and district levels. Watch the the webinar to find out more. Quotes from the… read more →