Educator makes the case for data-driven instruction

While many teachers may be frustrated with multiple-choice standardized testing, veteran educator Elizabeth Stein makes the case for collecting and using data that will benefit student instruction. Stein in this commentary suggests teachers set clear goals and learning objectives that can be measured, ensure those goals are appropriately matched with classroom lessons, collect meaningful data and use that data to make informed decisions regarding instruction.

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