Intro to Active Monitoring & Data Collection

$15.00

(6 Hours) This introductory-level course will teach you how to actively monitor students throughout the instructional process and analyze data collected in order to better support your students.  You will learn how to record data during every component of your lesson cycle, analyze that data for trends, and plan to address misconceptions to help better re-teach concepts for mastery. The course supports you in building a data collection plan ready for immediate use in the classroom.   This course is ideal for teachers new to the data collection process in the classroom and that want to learn about roaming methods that support active monitoring.

In this course you will learn:

  • The process of Active Monitoring and how to build “look fors” that help teachers monitor student growth.
  • The methods and purpose of several types of data collection.
  • How to analyze data, and how to use data to address student misconceptions in the classroom.
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(6 Hours) This course will teach participants how to actively monitor students throughout the instructional process and to analyze data collected in order to better support their students. Participants will learn how to determine the purpose of monitoring students through whole group, small group, collaborative, and independent learning activities and will analyze multiple data collection methods for classroom use. Finally, the course will teach participants how to collect data, analyze the data for trends, and regroup students to help better teach mastery of core concepts. At the end of the course participants will build a data collection lesson plan, ready for immediate use in their classroom.

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