Data-Driven Decisions

Empower Your Instruction: Make Data-Driven Decisions for Student Success

Ignoring the valuable insights from student data could lead to ineffective teaching and a lack of alignment with students’ needs, jeopardizing their success. Let Strobel Education guide you in leveraging student data, refining teaching methods, personalizing learning, and thereby amplifying student success.

Teachers today…

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Available Offerings

Explore our diverse array of professional development offerings, each uniquely designed to enhance your teaching strategies, invigorate your classroom dynamics, and spark transformative growth in student learning and engagement.

Teacher Workshop

On-Site Training

Learn how to use data to drive decisions about instruction. Explore a variety of data collection practices and identify which ones would provide the most valuable information.

Online Course

6 Hours | Grades K-12

Benefits of Strobel's Data-Driven Decisions Offerings

Transformative Learning

Our professional development offerings drive meaningful changes in teaching practices, leading to an improved learning environment.

Expert Guidance

Receive guidance from highly-skilled educators with years of practical classroom and consulting experience.

Practical Application

Leverage our digital resource bundle and practical resources to streamline your teaching efforts. Utilize these tools for actionable strategies and to garner professional development hours.

How To Begin...

Step 1: Choose

 Explore our rich array of professional development offerings to find one that aligns with the needs of you and your school. We offer online courses, workshop, and on-site training that focus on making Data-Driven Decisions in education.

Step 2: Learn

After identifying the professional development offering that suits your needs, embark on a learning journey with Strobel Education’s highly experienced speakers and instructors. Our experts are ready to share their extensive knowledge, real-world insights, and effective strategies in the realm of Data-Driven Decisions.

Step 3: Implement

 With the knowledge and tactics gained from our professional development offerings, implement what you’ve learned in your educational environment. Witness the transformative effect of Data-Driven Decisions, resulting in improved decision-making, curricula adjustments, and enhanced student performance.

Feeling uncertain about where to start? Don’t worry! We are here to provide all the help you need. Get in touch with us and let’s navigate this journey together.

Frequently Asked Questions

Data informs your teaching by identifying patterns in student learning and behavior. It helps you understand which teaching methods have been effective and which areas need further focus or a different approach. With this understanding, you can tailor your teaching to better suit the needs of your students, ultimately improving student engagement and outcomes.

There are numerous tools available to educators for data collection and analysis. This includes student assessment tools, attendance tracking, programs for monitoring student progress, and digital platforms for surveys and feedback. Tools like Google Forms, SurveyMonkey, EdPuzzle, and Kahoot can be used to gather data on student learning and engagement.

Data can highlight areas where students are struggling, enabling you to adjust your teaching methods or focus on certain topics for improvement. It can also provide insight into the effectiveness of different instructional strategies. For instance, if data shows that students are more engaged with hands-on activities compared to lecture-style teaching, you might incorporate more interactive lessons into your teaching.

Data-driven decision making allows for better personalization of learning, which directly impacts student outcomes. By monitoring student progress and using data to guide instruction, you can address individual learning needs more effectively and provide intervention as needed. Furthermore, data can help you establish realistic goals and benchmark student performance, fostering continuous improvement for each student.

If data indicates that your current teaching methods are not effective, it’s an opportunity for reevaluation and improvement. Consider trying new instructional strategies or adjusting your approach to better align with student needs. This may involve integrating more technology, incorporating different student engagement methods, or implementing new classroom management techniques. Remember that the goal is continuous improvement, and data is a valuable tool to guide you in making effective changes.

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