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Leading Data-Informed Change in Schools

Learn a streamlined 10-step process that will help you kickstart, implement, and sustain data-informed schoolwide transformation.

Benefits

  • Learn what student data is and how it can be used to help schools.
  • Understand different methods of data collection and how to use those methods to gather relevant data.
  • Use gathered data and observed trends to determine what needs changing.
  • Implement effective data-informed change in your school.
  • Reflect and assess the results of the change, and make more changes as necessary.


Table of Contents

Chapter 1: The Context of Student Data in Schools
Chapter 2: The Challenge of Using and Leading With Data
Chapter 3: Step 1—Establish a Data (or Project) Team
Chapter 4: Step 2—Understand the Data and the Data Collection Methods
Chapter 5: Step 3—Select and Collect Relevant Data
Chapter 6: Step 4—Display Relevant Data in an Appropriate Format
Chapter 7: Step 5—Analyze the Data and Identify Trends
Chapter 8: Step 6—Question the Reasons for Trends
Chapter 9: Step 7—Consider Options for Data-Informed Change and Choose Your Direction
Chapter 10: Step 8—Create an Action Plan
Chapter 11: Step 9—Make the Change
Chapter 12: Step 10—Evaluate the Impact
Epilogue
Appendix

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