Data-driven instruction series for teachers and administrators

Teachscape has developed the Data-Driven Instruction Series content library.
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Teachscape has developed the Data-Driven Instruction Series content library. Comprising four new modules – two for instructional leaders and two for teachers – the series helps educators use data to make informed decisions for planning and implementing effective instruction.

The Finding Focus and Getting Results module helps school leaders develop processes related to working with data and implement successful strategies in their current work with data. The Leading and Supporting Effective Work with Data module focuses on the most effective ways school leaders can establish, develop, and sustain a data-focused environment in which teachers and other staff at their school are all adept at using data to engage in a continuous improvement process.

The modules include commentaries on particular topics such as formative assessment and reading, writing and mathematics instruction.

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