Book Title: Got Data? Now What?: Creating and Leading Cultures of Inquiry - A practical book for teacher teams on gathering and interpreting assessment and other school data
Publisher: Solution Tree
Author: Laura Lipton
Explore three defining challenges that school teams face when gathering, interpreting, and utilizing school data. This book introduces data teams to the essential definitions and descriptions of data types and offers methods for gathering school data, including survey questions for efficient data collection, group work structures, strategies, and tools to turn data-based decisions into goal-oriented, productive action plans. This compelling guide will help you confront data obstacles and turn struggling committees into powerful communities of learners.
- Apply each chapter s content with the Exercise Your Learning sections to successfully use and interpret school data.
- Learn more about each chapter s topic in the Extend Your Learning sections, which suggest additional websites and resources for data-based discussions.
- Discover relevant, team-related anecdotes in each chapter s Data Story.
1 Developing Cultures of Collaborative Inquiry
2 Introducing the Collaborative Learning Cycle
3 Avoiding Reality Wars
4 Knowing the Data Fundamentals
5 Developing High-Performing Groups
6 Moving From Dialogue to Discussion to Decision Making
7 Evolving Decisions Into Action
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