Using Data Workshops
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What is Using Data?
The mission of Using Data is to provide the capacity schools need to make their data-driven school improvement processes successful and to help make increased student achievement a reality. Through a series of workshops , Using Data guides educators and administrators to work collaboratively with data in order to identify root causes, implement research-based solutions, take action, and monitor the changes made in their schools and communities.
At its core, Using Data seeks to resolve the following questions:
The Using Data curriculum is a series of facilitated workshops that take data teams through a process of learning how to work together and use their local data to uncover student learning problems and craft and monitor solutions.
The Using Data online course focuses on creating high-functioning professional learning communities, and addresses major issues most schools and districts face regarding student learning data. PDPs and graduate credits are available.
Using Data has produced three major publications as part of the project's professional development component:
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