Developing Data-Informed Learners

Details

Data has the power to inform and change pedagogy, and consequently the outcomes for the young people in our care. To maximise the impact that data can have with young people, one of the most powerful ways it can be used is in conversations with students. Educators know about the power of feedback, but they often need support in developing strategies to discuss data in feedback with students. This session will provide some possible approaches for engaging students in data conversations and discuss the ways that teachers and school leaders can build data-informed learners.


Objectives and Outcomes

  • Recognise the benefits of involving students in data conversations
  • Learn strategies to have conversations with students about data

Additional Information

SKU CONF2020FAD
Session Session 3 - 1:45pm - 3:30pm
Day Day 2
Topic Data, Student Engagement

Data has the power to inform and change pedagogy, and consequently the outcomes for the young people in our care. To maximise the impact that data can have with young people, one of the most powerful ways it can be used is in conversations with students. Educators know about the power of feedback, but they often need support in developing strategies to discuss data in feedback with students. This session will provide some possible approaches for engaging students in data conversations and discuss the ways that teachers and school leaders can build data-informed learners.


Objectives and Outcomes

  • Recognise the benefits of involving students in data conversations
  • Learn strategies to have conversations with students about data