EDU 689 EDU689 Week 4 DQ 1 Data-Driver Decision Making (Ashford)
Data-Driven Decision Making [CLO: 3]. 1st Post Due by Day 3. Part of being an effective, ethical leader means being able to interpret data and use it to make informed decisions. Using data to support decision making often strengthens yours explanation of your decisions to the stakeholders involved. Data can often serve as a tangible component of decision making, which can be viewed as a subjective topic. For this discussion, read the Sagebrush Corporation (2004) White Paper.
Initial Post: Construct an initial post that includes the following five areas:
A description of the phrase “data-driven decision making” in relation to integrity issues.
An examination of appropriate forms of collecting, analyzing, and reporting student data.
An examination of how data can make decision making more transparent.
An analysis of ways in which data can assist you in defending your decisions to the stakeholders at your school site or agency.
A reflection of personal experiences and, using examples, a discussion of the ways that you have either used data to inform decisions or witnessed individuals using data to inform decisions.
Guided Response: Post responses to at least two peers. Consider asking questions of peers about their responses to encourage further conversation. Identify discrepancies in the ways in which your peers seek to collect, analyze, or report student data as based upon your own understanding and experiences. Though two responses is the basic expectation, for deeper engagement and learning, you are encouraged to provide responses to any comments or questions others have given to you, including the instructor, to further the conversation while giving you opportunities to further demonstrate your content expertise, critical thinking, and real world experiences with this topic.
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