One common problem I notice is that schools and districts often use different types of data for purposes they aren’t built to serve. The best way to prevent this issue is to understand the difference between screening, diagnostic, fidelity, and outcome data.
All organizations should have a DEI task force. And, the task force deserves to know what problem they are trying to solve. Without precision and clarity, an organization that begins the work of addressing systemic racism without first looking at their data is probably wasting time.
-by Annmarie Granstrand James Clear, author of Atomic Habits, shares that we don’t rise to the level of our goals, we fall to the level of our systems. As a literacy coach, I was always on the hunt for routines that could bear the weight of big data. Here are some strategies to build intoContinue reading “Be prepared: Three practices to make your data meetings effective and efficient”
-by Timothy (Tim) Grivois, Ed.D. I frequently lead professional learning on how to use data effectively, most recently with Youth On Their Own, a Tucson-based nonprofit that supports youth without a permanent place to live in graduating high school. Over the years, I’ve collected a few topics that tend to be effective for whole-staff trainings,Continue reading “Ongoing Professional Learning with Data“