It’s no secret that data can be a powerful driver of teaching and learning. Educators everywhere are harnessing the power of data to inform their teaching and increase student learning and achievement. But what happens when students look at their own data and share their findings with their classmates and teachers?
In this three-part series, we will look at how one teacher empowered her fifth-grade students to use a data protocol to analyze their work, share feedback with their classmates, and offer insights to the teachers at their school. In part one, Mrs. Danielle Keane of the John F. Kennedy/Augustine F. Maloney Elementary Schools in Blackstone-
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