New papers about the data team® procedure
Recently, two papers about the data team procedure have been published. In the first paper we explored the effects of participating in the data team procedure. More specifically we studied to what extent and for which purposes teachers and school leader applied their newly acquired knowledge and skills in practice.
The article is available at (free access to the article until February 12, 2016): http://authors.elsevier.com/a/1SG2I,4Mg0DnZl
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In the second paper, it is determined how data team members’ create knowledge regarding data use and the educational problem they are studying. It appeared that data team members gained more in-depth knowledge when they were aware of the assumptions they tested and reflected to what extent these assumptions proved to be true.
The article is freely available until December 31st 2016:
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