10.1 Module 10 Overview
This data collection and conferencing module will answer the questions: what are educator rights and responsibilities in regards to data; how should educators talk about data; what processes are in place for dialog and conferencing; what types of data are collected; and how do you take it to the classroom and individual student level.
Introduce teachers to the concept of data driven dialogue to inform instructional practice and the school improvement process.
After completing this module, the educator will
- Know the data basics including: the four types, rights and responsibilities, protocols, tools, collection and dialogue.
- Understand the importance of data collection on classroom technology integration, online test readiness and student achievement has on the overall school improvement planning process.
- Make connections between data collection and the facilitation of data driven dialogue.
- Transfer the learning into professional practice by taking it to the classroom level.
- review local school improvement protocol and responsibilities
- dig demographic, perception, process and achievement data using the MISchoolData, MTRAx and online survey and assessment tools
- create and implement an online assessment
- use the assessment data to determine instructional next steps
Digital Portfolio - Module 10
To support your learning in this module, you will be updating your Digital Portfolio with Module 10 content. You will re-submit the link to your Digital Portfolio at the end of this module.
As a reminder, log into your Google Drive to access your Digital Portfolio.
This module will take approximately 3 hours to complete
You are now ready to move on to the first activity: 10.2 Educational Data: Educator Rights and Responsibilities