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Data and Data Literacy: Data Conversations

Data Conversations

Objectives

  • Discuss data literacy and its relevance in ACC student success.
  • Explore the importance of data literacy in informing instructional practices.
  • Reflect on personal experiences and perceptions of using data for student success.
  • Identify strategies for incorporating data-driven decision-making into practice. (Examples from ACC colleagues using data)

Poll

Do you use data to inform your decisions in the classroom?
Yes: 0 votes (0%)
Sometimes: 0 votes (0%)
Very Little: 0 votes (0%)
Never: 0 votes (0%)
Total Votes: 0

Join the Conversation

Join us for an interactive discussion on the power of data in education. Discover how data literacy can enhance teaching and support strategies, driving student success and inspiring changes in our practices. Together, we will deepen our understanding of data's role and how it can improve our teaching strategies.

Take advantage of this opportunity to learn how our ACC colleagues use data to positively impact student learning and success. RSVP now for the session that best fits your schedule!

Session 1: Thursday- April 18, 9am to 10am

Session 2: Tuesday- April 30, 1pm to 2pm

Session 3: Friday June 14, 10am to 11am

Sign up for a session!

- Kisha Barrett and Cassidy Reid

Key Takeaways

  • Understanding Data Literacy and Data-Informed Decisions: Learn what data literacy is and how it fits into the ToC and Student Success.
  • Application to Practice: Explore how data can inform teaching practices and support strategies.
  • Group Discussion and Personal Reflection: Reflect on your comfort level and attitudes toward using data for student success.

Suggestions

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