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Talking Data with Your Teachers

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Data. It’s such a simple word, but it can evoke more emotions than most realize. For some, data is a great word; a word to spark conversations and action. For others, it’s harsh; a word that labels and defines as well as dictates instruction. Others still can be afraid of the word, unsure after all this time how to even go about using it or incorporating it in the classroom.

Being an educational leader on campus means one of your primary responsibilities is helping your stuff learn how to use data efficiently and effectively. This does not have to be an overwhelming process, though.

Conversations

Have conversations with your teachers. Don’t be afraid to meet regularly with them and begin using the data as a part of those regular meeting. Teachers can often be afraid of data. They might worry you are going to use it to drive their appraisals and reviews. Be honest in your intentions and let them know your expectations.

Expectations

Letting your teachers know what is expected of them regarding data conversations will help to ease their stress. Have conversation with your teachers. Don’t be afraid to meet regularly with them and being using the data as a part of those regular meeting. Teachers can often be afraid of data. They might worry you are going to use it to drive their appraisals and reviews. Be honest in your intentions and let them know your expectations.

Using data on a campus is essential to the growth of your students. Being prepared to engage your teachers with this data will become a regular part

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