TED 8050 DATA-DRIVEN DECISION MAKING FOR EDUCATORS (3 credits)
This course provides graduate students with hands-on experiences that model data-driven decision making for educational success in today's classroom. Students will learn how to create valid and reliable assessments; interpret test data; use data to identify student, classroom, program, and school needs; and in general, to systematically enhance educational decision making. In addition, students will experience activities that can be integrated into student lessons to help to deepen concept learning, and to build student data literacy. The course will use real data sets, in interesting, hands on and technology-rich activities to find the "educational story" represented by the data. (Cross-listed with STEM 8050).
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Graduate standing.