Core Skills Course 3 – Identifying Types of Data


Learners will recognize how to use performance descriptions to determine types of data needed by reviewing sample attributes and completing organizers for the evidence required to support claims and rate accurately. They will be tasked with observing in a classroom and identifying the data that best represents the instruction and learning.

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This 1-hour course is designed to enhance your understanding to collect evidence in classroom observations and give more effective feedback to teachers. Mastering this skill results in a deeper awareness of the expected practices within the rubric, ensuring a shared understanding of effective instruction. To determine evidence required to support claims about practice and/or rate accurately, in this course, observers will explore strategies to increase efficiency in evidence collection during an observation by reviewing:

  • the types of data you can collect during an observation
  • strategies to use with your own rubric to determine what to collect and why

Learning Standard:

ReVISION Learning Supervisory Continuum 1A & 1B:

A. Evidence cited is directly tied to the appropriate indicators of practice and accurately represents the levels of performance.

B. Qualitative and quantitative evidence cited in feedback is aligned, appropriate and facilitates targeted growth and improvement.


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