Address each of the discussion points beginning with a description of any classroom and/or assessment experience you may have. If you do not have direct classroom experience, you may respond to these questions based on your own understanding of what occurs in your own children's school, or a professional or volunteer position you've held outside of a school setting.
What are the common reasons why staff members keep their data private from each other? In what ways might you break down these barriers?
For those with classroom and assessment experience, describe how easily accessible, openly shared, and deliberately arranged are your data today?
For those without such experience, discuss the importance of the 3 pillars of data management and how you intend to apply this to your anticipated practice.
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The educational system has become focused on data-driven decision making for their primary choices in majority of aspects and issues.
There are many methods of responding to these questions. Obviously, your own experiences would dictate a good portion of the response. I will provide you with some examples that would suffice the reply. It will offer you a good template to work from ...
This solution provides an evaluation of the use of data driven decision-making measures as it pertains to the educational system.