Utilizing data to drive instruction can feel like a daunting and overwhelming task. This course is designed to help educators improve student learning and achievement most effectively through the use of data analysis and to understand student learning needs to make instructional decisions. Participants will create student learning objects (SLO's), analyze different types of assessments to measure growth, and use results to make decisions about appropriate instructional strategies to differentiate instruction and address students’ individual learning needs


Teachers enrolled in this course will...

Know

  1. how to use curriculum-based assessments to monitor student progress
  2. how to use curriculum-based assessments to monitor student progress
  3. how to use results of data analysis to make decisions about appropriate instructional strategies to differentiate instruction and address students' individual learning needs
  4. how to use results of data analysis to make decisions about appropriate instructional strategies to differentiate instruction and address students' individual learning needs

Understand

  1. the importance of using data to guide instructional planning
  2. and be familiar with multiple measures of data

and Be Able To

  1. create meaningful student learning objectives
  2. create lesson plans with increasing rigor and utilize depth of knowledge (DOK)

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