Professional Education Courses
ED 6102 Making Education Data Meaningful (3 credits)
Teachers will learn how to analyze data gathered through classroom and institutional practices and accurately interpret these for various audiences and purposes. Teachers will demonstrate basic statistical concepts applied in the educational context and be able to recognize when data is being appropriately and effectively to inform instruction. An expansive repertoire of formative assessment practices for instructional purposes will be considered. Teachers will use data from student artifacts to design appropriate instructional remediation, extension, or adaptation for future curriculum iterations. Data disaggregated by race, gender, first language, and special education status will be used to consider current levels of instructional efficacy with the goal of equity and high achievement for all learners. Prerequisite(s): ED 6100.
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