Collaborative teaching allows educators to work in tandem with each other, improving instruction and student learning outcomes.
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Data-driven leadership in schools can sound daunting, but leaders must harness data to improve teacher and learning in their schools. Here’s how.
Schools with strong data cultures are those that prioritize data-driven collaboration, decision-making, and of course, instruction.
Data doesn’t have to be intimidating. Find out how to provide consistent, scalable data-driven instruction with ease.
Learning how to use data in the classroom can benefit both the teacher and their students, ensuring each learner can reach their potential.
We ask teachers to be “data-driven”, but most districts aren’t setting educators up for success. How can we change that?