Using Student Data for Instructional Outcomes


Data impacts how teachers plan instructional activities in order to be more inclusive and responsive to diverse social/emotional needs; diverse academic needs and take responsibility for teaching all students in the classroom.

How will I know my students have accomplished the learning objectives? Providing accurate feedback on assignments through the use of student data not only allow students to understand what they need to do to improve but, it also allows the teacher to adjust instruction in the classroom.

More and more learning tools are becoming available to teachers to create progress graphs analyzed during the grading period; comparing standard scores, cummulative grades and averages for the class. 

Utilizing school technology facilities and resources to implement classroom instruction with individual, group, and multi-class data allows teachers to find areas that need greater emphasis in order to increase student achievement.

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 Data Base Tools

Data Warehouse

Performance Matters

Pinnacle Grade Reports