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.
  • Data pp by emily ross for ed psych510

    1. 1. Data . . . Giving You Resources 6 Selected Articles Emily Ross EdPsych 510
    2. 2. What the Right Data Can Do Edie Holcomb How do you improve student learning and growth? Emily Ross EdPsych 510
    3. 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. 4. Multiple Measures Victoria Berhardt Use data effectively to: 1. understand student growth 2. apply it effectively for change Emily Ross EdPsych 510
    5. 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. 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. 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. 8. Data . . . Giving You Resources Emily Ross EdPsych 510 Be smart . . .