Sep 14, 2022
I don’t know about you, but when I first started teaching elementary school, “student data” was the one term that struck fear in my heart. The phrase made me uncomfortable. I didn’t feel prepared to be able to collect and organize data on my students. I didn’t learn about it in University, and I’ve never been a math person, so it just felt like something that was going to be a real challenge for me. If you’re feeling this way as you begin a new school year, you definitely aren’t alone. I’m here to walk you through how to set up your very own student data binder in a way that’s organized and effective.
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