Working with data – the narrative in the numbers

A fantastic post on how class teachers and SLTs can use data effectively.

Teaching: Leading Learning

It is a constant source of amusement and bafflement to my colleagues how much I love working with data. As an English specialist I’m not supposed to enjoy the spreadsheets and pie charts quite as much as I do. However, it’s my firm belief that data helps me to be a better teacher, and that my work with data as a member of SLT helps my school become a better school.

The principles of working with data

When I first started blogging one of the first posts I read was Kev Bartle‘s excellent ‘Doing’ Data as a member of SLT. In this post, Kev lays out some excellent principles for the use of data. If you haven’t read it – read it now, then come back. Finished? Good.

I don’t disagree with any of what Kev says in his post, as I’m sure you will see. But here…

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