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Data pp by emily ross for ed psych510

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  • Reeves uses this article to respond to statements by Professor Hirsch . . . Agreeing, clarifying, and challenging the professor in his views of performance versus multiple choice testing. What I got? Make sure and educate the teachers within a school to use a variety of testing methods in order to well-rounded, and make sure they are done WELL.
  • As a principal, make sure the school is has teacher/staff groups that are in charge of data collection, evaluation, and implementation even if principal is moved or lost.
  • Data teams and data coaches are made up of teachers and administrators within the school. The author showed many examples of positive gains in schools where demographics were “hard up”. I thought this would work really well in a larger school where groups of instructors who taught similar subjects could really reflect, study, and train each other well.
  • NSF = National Science Foundation . . . Focused on math and science teachers. Within the 5-step program there is a lot of turn-around as solutions are tested, discarded, or kept. Sounds awesome – but could it ever be implemented?
  • Know how your school understands words before you begin collaborating.
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    • 1. Data . . . Giving You Resources 6 Selected Articles Emily Ross EdPsych 510
    • 2. What the Right Data Can Do Edie Holcomb How do you improve student learning and growth? Emily Ross EdPsych 510
    • 3. Straw Men and Performance Assessment Dr. Douglas Reeves Testing – done WELL and balanced – should be a staple of education Emily Ross EdPsych 510
    • 4. Multiple Measures Victoria Berhardt Use data effectively to: 1. understand student growth 2. apply it effectively for change Emily Ross EdPsych 510
    • 5. Building a High-Performing Data Culture Nancy Love Effectively improve student learning regardless of demographic differences using collaborative inquiry Emily Ross EdPsych 510
    • 6. Taking Data to New Depths Nancy Love Analyzing data in a sound and productive way “superficial data analysis can be worse than none” Emily Ross EdPsych 510
    • 7. Coming to Terms With Classroom Assessment Frey and Schmitt Understand definitions of differing assessments before attempting to utilize them Emily Ross EdPsych 510
    • 8. Data . . . Giving You Resources Emily Ross EdPsych 510 Be smart . . .

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