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#ObserveMe with Data

The #ObserveMe movement has been going on for a couple of years, but for those of you just hearing about it, #ObserveMe is an effort usually done by an individual teacher to gain constructive feedback on their teaching from their peers.  Often, it uses a QR Code that is hung outside the classroom and leads to an editable document or form for the observer.  It’s a grassroots effort for teachers to improve their practice by opening their doors. Continue reading → #ObserveMe with Data

Fall Data Is About Getting To Know Your Students

Likely at your school, you have certain benchmark points in the year when you are collecting large amounts of data.  You might collect Standardized test scores in the Fall, Winter, and Spring; you might have final exams at the end of the year; or you might have quarter and semester grades happening at specific intervals. Continue reading → Fall Data Is About Getting To Know Your Students