Tracking Student Data to Promote Growth

Focus Area: Formative Assessment and Differentiation
Audience:

Teachers

Pathway: Understanding

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Overview

Students can learn how to take ownership over their learning and progress through opportunities to use and understand their learning data. Tracking progress using simple, sustainable systems can give students an insight into their growth and help them set personal goals. Technology tools can often help teachers make this process even more sustainable by offering ways to gather and organize data efficiently. 

This workshop is part of a series. Explore the other workshop sessions below:

Audience

This workshop is designed for teachers and coaches who want to support students in understanding their academic data to track their own progress and growth. This session would be a good fit for any educator, whether they are just beginning to transition to more formative assessment in their classroom, or they are more experienced and want to build ideas around transferring more ownership to their students.

Outcome

I partner with my students in collecting and analyzing data to share ownership over progress.

Learning Experience

Session D: Tracking Student Data to Promote Growth

Define

  • Think about how to create sustainable and replicable systems of tracking progress with data in their classrooms
  • Explore ideas around how to shift to more accessible data for students

Explore

  • Brainstorm ideas for transferring ownership of data over to their students
  • Explore strategies for all contexts and experience levels and share ideas with a peer

Build

  • Reflect on their ideas and create a plan for implementing them with their students