Course Length: 1.5 Hours

Course Description

Data has value to teaching when it informs the teacher about what the students are learning and informs the teacher about the next steps. Data has value for student learning when it helps students to understand the progress they have made and when it fits into a continuum of learning that shows the students where to next. In this session the presenter will explore how he uses the data he has collected in a continuous assessment process to inform his teaching and to support students to set learning goals. The emphasis of the session is on interpreting Excel spreadsheets created by the presenter and participants.The content of this course is linked to IEUL19109. They are designed as a sequence of courses.

Additional Information

This session is brought to you by the Independent Education Union - Victoria Tasmania

Presented by David Innes

Standards Addressed

5.1.2 Assess student learning 
5.2.2 Provide feedback to students on their learning
5.3.2 Make consistent and comparable judgements
5.4.2 Interpret student data


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IEUL19110 Using data to inform learning – analysing data to make decisions about teaching

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  • Tuesday Oct 22 2019, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • The TLN Online Learning Space