Searching for good data about instructional efficacy

12/21/2012

In this post, KaiLonnie Dunsmore writes, "One of the most important areas of growth for me professionally was in developing expertise both in learning how to use standardized data effectively as a tool (which means understanding how and why it is limited in scope and what kinds of uses and interpretations are valid) and in developing multiple ways to assess student learning and thinking in the classroom so that I knew how to better plan instruction for tomorrow and next week." Read on.

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