Doing What Works: Using Student Achievement Data to Support Instructional Decision Making
This free professional development package features everything you need to facilitate a three-hour presentation on using student achievement data to support instructional decision making.
Produced by the Doing What Works (DWW) project at WestEd, this “one-stop-shop” professional development package contains:
- A sample workshop agenda; presentation slides; facilitator’s check list; an optional set of slides about the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) What Works Clearinghouse practice guides and how they are developed; the IES Practice Guide, Using Student Achievement Data to Support Instructional Decision Making; and multimedia files
- Participant handouts and other presentation materials, including a copy of the PowerPoint presentation, visual diagram, flyer, and a presentation checklist
- Transcripts of all the multimedia in the package
- Additional materials including a list of DWW professional development resources, an inventory of all the documents and media on the topic; and an introduction to DWW, narrated by former Project Director Nikola Filby
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