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The Data Conclusion Confusion

In March 2013 Tom Sherrington wrote what I think of as one of his most iconic blogs, The Data Delusion.  He concluded, “On average it is a bit more complicated than that.”  Having just re-read Dylan Wiliam’s (2014) Principled Assessment Design here’s my own take on a similar theme. Continue reading

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Data and Feedback Informed Teaching and Learning

We’ve identified data, feedback, research and experience as four important sources of information to assist with the further development and improvement of teaching and learning.  The use of data and feedback to inform teaching and learning (DAFITAL) is our way of implementing Data Driven Instruction which can be found in Leverage Leadership.  It is well worth reading. Continue reading

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