Advanced Pedagogy for Effective Teaching: Data-Driven Instruction

EDUC X 437.74A

This course supports candidates in disaggregating multiple types of data in order to determine specific standards and skills that their students have, and have not, mastered. This analysis helps teachers plan lessons for learning objectives and differentiate instruction according to student learning needs.

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What you can learn.

  • Identify and analyze multiple types of student data for a class.
  • Learn to analyze different types of student data and be able to apply the Class Profile to a class.
  • Share and discover differentiation techniques that can be applied in a classroom.
  • Create measurable learning objectives for a wide range of learners.

About this course:

This course supports candidates in disaggregating multiple types of data--state assessments (Common Core), benchmark exams, and class assessments--in order to determine specific standards and skills that their students have and have not mastered. This data analysis helps teachers plan lessons that target specific learning objectives based on measured learning gaps and differentiate instruction according to individual or small group learning needs.

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