Thursday, August 02, 2007

Maximizing Student Achievement Data for Change

Below are the slides from a presentation I am giving today at Colorado Association of School Executives annual conference in Breckenridge, CO. My goal is to get the point across that we don't need more assessments until we are effective at using the data we do have. The point is not that additional assessments aren't needed to better diagnose and progress monitor, but rather that we need to get past the idea that data in and of themselves will change instruction. Data only talk back if you listening and learning to listen is a process. The point to the executives (administrators) at this conference is that we need to make it easy for our teachers to listen. Check out the slides:


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