In this part of the session, I can:
  • Explain what it means to be data literate.
  • Identify the four different types of data and examples of each.
  • Brainstorm and share ideas on how the types of data will impact instruction.
  • Understand the data driven decision making process.

Activity: What is Data Literacy? (10 minutes)

Take a few moments to contemplate the definition of data literacy, then add your thoughts to the poll below.
West Session: Click here to respond to the poll.

East Session: Click here to respond to the poll.






Activity: Types of Data (5 minutes)

  1. Brainstorm the different types of data you have or can collect in your classroom, school, or district.
  2. Click on the Tricider for your session below and add your ideas on each of the four sections.
  3. To add your ideas, scroll to the bottom of each of the four types and click Add New Idea.
  4. Add your idea in the box that pops up. Your name is optional. Click Save.

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West Session
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East Session
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Activity: Instructional Improvement (5 minutes)

  1. Consider how each of the examples of data now listed in the Triciders under the four types can impact instruction.
  2. Re-visit your session's Tricider to share how specific pieces of data can be used to impact instruction
  3. Click Add Argument to at least three data examples and add your thoughts in the box that pops up.
  4. Click the plus sign to the left of the box (as long as you are adding a positive) and then click the checkmark to post.

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Agenda > > Welcome > > Literacy > > Reflect > > Plan > > Implement > > Assess > > Analyze



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