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A Brief Overview of the Data Movement 3:41
Using Data to Benefit Students 4:09
Data in the Art Room 6:36
Collecting Formative Data 2:53
Collecting Summative Data 6:24
Recording and Tracking Data 6:05
Individual Student Data 3:33
Class and Group Data 4:34
Identifying Areas of Need 4:20
Adjusting Instruction 3:23
Demonstrating Growth with SLOs 10:49
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
3 PD Hours
1 Learn how to leverage data to get what you and your students need.
2 Explore a variety of data collection methods that are tailored to the art room.
3 Discover how to craft an art-specific SLO for your professional evaluation.
Contemporary education has been dramatically affected by the data movement. Whether it is professional evaluations, school improvement plans, or standardized test scores, data has become a significant part of the educational landscape. However, the regular inclusion of data can sometimes feel intimidating and unrelated to regular art room practices. Crack the data code! Join arts administrator Nick Gehl as he explains how to use data in a meaningful and manageable way to benefit your art program.
3. Assessment Design
A. Designs student assessments aligned to learning targets/goals
B. Develops various assessment strategies for classroom use
C. Analyzes qualitative and quantitative student assessment data to gauge mastery
D. Analyzes qualitative and quantitative student assessment data to guide learning and instruction
4. Assessment Implementation
A. Monitors student learning and adjusts instruction as needed
B. Supports student reflection on learning through peer feedback and self-assessment
C. Design and deliver ongoing, timely feedback to students
C. Develops and maintains a documentation system for student behavior
High School Art Administrator and PRO Facilitator
Nick Gehl is currently the Department Chair of Fine Arts at Evanston Township High School in Illinois. He is interested in enhancing the student experience, staff development, and leadership in the arts. He holds a bachelors degree in Art Education and masters degree in Educational Leadership.