Using data as an aid to provide targeted teaching and learning experiences for students with Dr Selena Fisk
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About this Direct Impact Session
In this session, teachers will consider the types of data that they have available and discover how they can use historical standardised and in-school data to plan targeted activities to maximise student learning. They will also explore ways of using formative tasks to collect evidence of learning during a teaching period and reflect on how they might adjust their practice accordingly. This session is best suited to teachers looking for ways to make the most of the data they have and further enhance their knowledge of student skill and understanding to inform their practice.
- Reflect on and triangulate the information available.
- Plan targeted teaching and learning activities based on strengths and gaps in the data.
- Identify goals for individuals and small groups within a class.
- Backward-map formative tasks from summative tasks to collect relevant and specific data that can inform teaching practice.
What are Thinking & Learning Direct Impact Sessions?
This Thinking & Learning Direct Impact Session is a 75-minute professional learning session that delivers insights, inspiration and practical strategies to address the pressing challenges you face in your school today. These sessions are digital professional learning products that can be enjoyed on virtually any device, such as computers and smartphones.
How do I order a Direct Impact Session?
Place your order by adding your Direct Impact Session(s) to the shopping cart. Once you have placed your order, we’ll send you your unique activation code via email. You will have 60 days following activation to participate in and complete your Direct Impact Session on your own schedule.
Find out more about Thinking & Learning Direct Impact Sessions here.
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|Conference Start Date||Feb 1, 2021|
|Conference End Date||Dec 31, 2021|