At Knowledge Delivery Systems Inc. educators learn how to make data-driven decisions using classroom data to inform their instructional practice, resulting in higher student academic achievement. How many teachers strive to reach a bell curve by the end of a term? While this may be common practice, teachers will learn that the bell curve actually represents teachers' failure to teach and students' failure to learn. By capturing and analyzing student data in the form of graphs, charts, and diagrams, educators learn to adapt and focus their instructional strategies to achieve greater student academic achievement. Furthermore, educators learn how to use the tools to make data-driven decisions so that students can achieve higher academic success in less time. Jenkins presents lively graphic examples in a workshop setting, modeling for online participants the processes of charting and reading data. Take this course in your state: www.kdsi.org
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