Scholarship in Practice: From Data to Decisions - What Can Go Wrong?
Every year, schools collect assessment information and use it to fuel data-driven decisions about curricula, administration and outreach. Even in ideal settings, getting high quality data is tough. So, what do we do when teaching and assessment shifts to all-online or hybrid environments where participation is less than comprehensive and collection is far from complete? Join our discussion, led by Dan Wright, Dunn Family Endowed Chair and Professor of Educational Assessment from UNLV's College of Education, where we'll explore how to analyze, communicate and act on this unique collection of assessment data.
About the Scholarship in Practice Lecture Series
Aligned with UNLV’s Top Tier goal of community engagement, the series is a forum offered to local and national communities to discuss critical issues and propose concrete solutions on topics related to PK-20 education and mental health. Steeped in the latest scholarship, lectures support educators, practitioners, and other stakeholders. The UNLV College of Education provides approximately 6-8 lectures per year. Learn more and see recordings of past presentations.
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UNLV College of Education
Department of Educational Psychology and Higher Education