David Rease, Jr., Ed.L.D.’13, supports principals in inquiry and discourse techniques to guide their understanding of how to support teacher development. He leads his team in reflecting on their improvement journey together using Data Wise goals they set for themselves.
Educators have an ever-increasing stream of data at their fingertips. But how to use this data to improve teaching and learning — how to make it less overwhelming, more useful, and part of an effective collaborative process — can be challenging. The Data Wise Project at the Harvard Graduate School of Education works with educators around the world to develop resources that support collaborative improvement of teaching and learning.
Educators have an ever-increasing stream of data at their fingertips. But how can they use it to transform learning for all students? For over a decade the Data Wise Project at the Harvard Graduate School of Education has been supporting teams in taking a step-by-step approach to collaborative improvement. “Collaboration is key” says Kathryn Boudett, lecturer on education and the project’s director. “When educators learn how to work together to use data to improve practice, amazing things can happen.” Read the full story at Professional Education at HGSE.
When Boston teachers came together to take the Data Wise MOOC, they took a fresh look at their students' data. Read the full story at the Harvard Gazette.
Fast Company found that some of the key strategies for making teacher meetings better are good for business meetings, too. Read the full story at Fast Company.