"Even after decades of accountability pressures, teachers still struggle with using data to inform instructional practice, often because they receive inadequate data-related professional learning."
Jeffrey Wayman, Ph.D
Teacher Needs for Data-Related Professional Learning. Wayman & Jimerson, 2014.
Available Fall 2015—Using Data for Meaningful Classroom Change : An Online Course
TERC has transitioned our successful Using Data For Meaningful Change online course to a new platform with updated content and fresh perspectives on best practices related to data literacy and continuous improvement. Using Data For Meaningful Classroom Change targets classroom-level, data-informed decision-making to improve teaching and learning.
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Causal Analysis: Missing Piece of the Data Puzzle? Appears in newest issue of SEEN (SouthEast Education Network) Magazine Spring 2015, Issue 17.1. Read how savvy teachers systematically dig into the “why-why-why” with achievement data to find effective ways to improve their practice and student learning. Free templates, how-tos, and resource links. More >>
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TERC's Using Data: Partner in New National Data Center Initiative at WestEd. More >>