So many data conversations fall flat because of current methods of data collection. What if we could vary the type and frequency we collect and analyze data using google forms and spreadsheets? This would allow us to have more in-depth conversations about what the data is say and how we can use it to move instruction forward. In this session, 5 different tools will be presented to teachers that allows them to collect data in different ways. With these tools, the focus is no longer on the past and why things happened, but focus on the future of what we can do to respond to the data.
Educators will learn about and receive templates for multiple tools using google forms and spreadsheets to realize the vision of a good data conversation
Rocco Williams (Fort Worth ISD: Fort Worth, TX)