26. Using data to generate discussion and inquiry

Gathering evidence of learning and progress is an important part of truly understanding the effectiveness of teaching, learning and progress of students in all school settings. Schools are traditionally good at collecting data but how often are we using it to genuinely cause thinking, discussion and inquiry? This session will look at practical ways of using data to generate discussion and inquiry that can lead to deep learning for all involved.

Garry Taylor is the National Manager for Assessment and Evaluation at Evaluation Associates | Te Huinga Kākākura Mātauranga.


Categories: Conference 2021
Tags: data collection and analysis, years 1-10