It’s all about the data.
In your school, there is a lot of data to be managed. There’s information about staff, curriculum, students and their families, tests, exams, regulations, budget, payments, teacher evaluations, events…
Getting a headache just thinking about it?
With all that data floating around your school, the idea of data driven instruction may seem overwhelming.
After all, capturing, understanding, and putting to work information about your students takes time.
The idea of data driven instruction isn’t new. But, how exactly does it work? What actionable steps can you take to make sure teachers are working well with data driven instruction?