Using Data to Improve Teaching and Learning Today



This course will focus on using data to improve teaching and learning.  Utilizing research reviews of data that have a positive impact on instruction and assessment will be shared.

This course will focus on learning how to make data-driving decisions using student data to inform instructional practice.  Participants will learn strategies to make assessments meaningful and useful. This class will allow participants to review different types of data collection and be given opportunities to dialogue with data.  There needs to be an understanding that data should be used in assisting improving student achievement. Overall, participant will review formative and summative assessments and research how to use student data to assist in student learning and achievement.

Important Information:

-Credit is offered through CSU-Pueblo/Colorado State University-Pueblo.

-Please allow 5-7 business days after you fill out the online registration form before receiving your PID# and information about logging on to your student account to view your transcripts.

-Please allow 2-3 business days after your grade is submitted to CSU-Pueblo for it to post on your transcript.

-Paper and Electronic Official Transcripts are available for order. $10 for electronic, $12 for paper. Electronic are available in approximately 48 hours, for paper copies please allow 7-10 business days for arrival.

When you register for this course, you do not need to compete a form, just pay for the course and we will send you the access code.

credit type

3 Graduate Credits

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Fall (September 16-December 21), Spring (January 2-May 1), Summer (May 16 – September 1)

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