Collecting & Using Data

Why is data crucial to student success?

Knowing exactly what each student has mastered and not mastered can only be achieved through a constant and repeated cycle of action > data in > action > data in > action > data in... Teachers with this information can truly address the precise needs of each student and raise achievement dramatically. 

Collecting Data

Using Weekly Assessments

Waiting for quarterly interims leaves less time to intervene. Quiz after each standard is taught. 

  • Coming Soon

Tracking Not Watching

When students work monitor for understanding instead of completion and record the data! 

Compile Student Data

Have one place where student data and student work to make analysis easy. 

Student Data Trackers

Students should be aware of their goals and progress toward that goal each day.  

  • Coming Soon

Daily Check for Understanding (CFU)

Ensure that your lesson was successful by creating a daily CFU. 

Analyzing & Responding to Data

Post Assessment Analysis

Looking at the data and the student work will lead to informed action.

Differentiated Centers

Small group instruction is essential to meeting the diverse needs of your classroom.  

In the Moment Pivot

Don't wait to differentiate your instruction until your formal assessment, act in the moment! 

Intervention

Many students need extra help. We as educators must find time and make it meaningful. 

Daily Spiral Review

Use the spiral review to frontload, review and collect data on standards & skills.  

650 San Benito St.

Hollister, CA 95023

navigatorschools.org

Partnerships Contact:

crystal.toriumi@navigatorschools.org

  • LinkedIn Social Icon
  • Facebook Social Icon
  • Twitter Social Icon