MEDU 620 - Data-Driven School Improvement 4.00 credit hours
Data-Driven School Improvement increases the student's understanding of curricular and program assessment, data-driven decision-making and technology as a transformative tool. Students gain an understanding of data collection and analysis and how to use that information in the decision-making process. Using data collected through program assessment, students learn how to formulate effective school improvement plans, impacting instruction and learning. Students also discover technology as a tool for instructional efficacy and program improvement.
Prerequisite(s): MEDU 500 .
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