EDU 687 EDU687 Week 3 Discussion 1 Data Driven Decision Making (DDDM) (Ashford)

EDU 687 EDU687 Week 3 Discussion 1 Data Driven Decision Making (DDDM) (Ashford)

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Ashford EDU 687 Week 3 Discussion 1 Data Driven Decision Making (DDDM)

Data Driven Decision Making (DDDM). 1st Post Due by Day 3. This discussion is your opportunity to demonstrate your ability with the learning outcomes Develop strategies for evaluating instructional programs, and Evaluate student learning relative to teachers’ efforts to apply concepts and practices emphasized through professional development plan. Additionally, this discussion is your opportunity to demonstrate mastery of Course Learning Outcomes 1 and 3 and the MAED Program Learning Outcome 6: Professional growth, leadership, and ethical practice in the 21st Century.

According to the Learning Forward video presentation with Erin Brooks, Education Program Specialist at Arizona Department of Education, if student scores are expected to increase, then teachers’ practices have to change. By collecting and analyzing data in a variety of forms, sound decisions can be made regarding instruction and ultimately, impact student achievement.

Initial Post

This discussion includes two parts detailed below: 

  1. Part One: View the video on the Data Standard (8 min) of Professional Learning and read the information on the same page regarding the value of analyzing student, educator, and system data. Next, discuss between three and five take-aways regarding a) perceptions of professional learning, b) assessing progress, and c) evaluating professional learning.

  2. Part Two: Preview the Standards Assessment Inventory (SAI). Based on the eight questions, respondents must consider regarding data (pp. 25-26), what do you gather is pertinent for schools to consider and implement with regard to data? Choose one of the eight factors of data revealed in the questions and share how it might be applied in our hypothetical school scenario.

Guided Response: Reply in depth to two peers. Compare and contrast their identified “take-aways” to your own. Provide specific feedback regarding their idea to implement one of the eight ways to utilize data in our school scenario. In your reply, consider asking questions of peers about their responses to encourage further conversation. Compare and contrast their identified “take-aways” to your own. Provide specific feedback regarding their idea to implement one of the eight ways to utilize data in our school scenario


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