Data for Teachers Made Simple
Yes, data made simple! Your grade book is full and you've just painstakingly marked another assessment against a rubric looking at 5 different criteria. What does this data show? Organize your data by learning this quick and effective method of graphing and analyzing it. Doing your data should be stress-free AND useful to you. This way is ... yikes ... almost FUN! See how here. You'll sooo want to pass it on to your colleagues.
Data for Teachers
Teachers! You have slips of paper with feedback, comment-only rubrics, anecdotal evidence and records everywhere! But how do you collate it - organize the data to get a big picture? Learn how to collect, collate, graph and analyse qualitative data to suit YOUR needs (and make your supervisor ecstatic)! Data recording, data organisation, data analysis CAN be achieved through your anecdotal evidence. And you don't have to be a mathematical or computer geek to do it!
Data for Teachers
Data tracking, recording, organisation ... a headache for busy teachers, and a job we put off until the last minute! And what counts as data anyway?! Learn how to collect, graph, analyse your data in ways that are fun, simple and useful to YOU. Two blog posts explain how you can nail your quantitative AND your qualitative data efficiently and without panic!
Graph and Analyse Data
Great for teachers who fear data - an easy yet professional method of graphing your data by simply adding the names/initials of students boxes on the provided graphing templates. Alternatively, just colour the box. Watch the graph then build itself! Complete by hand or digitally thanks to the templates being available in Google Doc format. Love your data!
Collect and graph qualitative data
You probably hate 'doing your data' right? And what about all that data you have where students self and peer evaluate, the comments they've provided, the feedback - you know, all those slips of paper that hold valuable information but you're not sure how to get a big picture from? Well, there ARE...