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Using Classroom Datato Improve Student AchievementDennis Fox - SCCAC
We spend more time collecting student data than we ever have.

Do we really use the data?



Dennis Fox Using Classroom Data to Improve Student Achievement

Simple strategies & tools to make sense of your student achievement data.

Who Should Use this Series?

  • On-going, Site-Based, Grade Level & Subject Area Teams
  • District & County Staff Developers
  • Beginning Teacher Programs
  • Principal Training Programs
  • Assistance & Intervention Teams
Based on an institute designed and conducted by Dennis Fox, the video series Using Classroom Data to Improve Student Achievement builds the capacity of principals and teacher-leaders to use student achievement data to improve instructional practice.

Learn how to:

  • Analyze data in a series of simple steps
  • Use student work to group students appropriately for strategic or intensive instruction
  • Explicitly decide when to “"re-do","review", or "re-teach"
  • Facilitate grade level or subject area group discussions of data
  • Make the ongoing use of data part of the school’s culture