New Teacher Advocate
(First paragraph) For most new teachers—and even veteran teachers!—data can be a four-letter word. That’s understandable. Educationbased data collection practices, evaluation, and influences are often lumped together, misunderstood, and carry a negative connotation. New teachers may even have negative perceptions of testing based on their own experiences as students (Beghetto, 2005)
Original Publication Citation
Beck, J. S., & Whitesides, H. (2019). 3 Tips for equitable use of classroom data. New Teacher Advocate, 27(2), 4-5.
Beck, Jori and Whitesides, Heather, "3 Tips for Equitable Use of Classroom Data" (2019). Teaching & Learning Faculty Publications. 96.