Thursday, December 8, 2011

Classroom Data Use - Blog Post Keeps It Simple

Using data to inform classroom practice is a priority for most schools and I am always looking for information to share with teachers that supports moving beyond the "snapshot" provided by high stakes assessments.  In this blog post, Rebecca Alber shares three simple ways teachers can collect and use data.  I hope this is a review or reminder for many of you reading this blog.  If not, Ms. Alber keeps it simple so I am excited about sharing her post.

"Data" is all around us in our classrooms.  I hope you enjoy these easy to implement techniques to expand your formative use of student data in your classroom.  Enjoy this post.

Here is another tip when reading blogs.  Always check the comments!  This post has some very insightful comments

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