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Teacher Discusses Use of Data Analysis Reflection Template at Roots

Roots teacher, Mackenzie Wagner, shares how she uses a data reflection template to inform her instructional planning.

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Transcript: Mackenzie Wagner: As it is now, it's basically a form that helps us figure out what to do next. It guides us in instructional planning. And so, it outlines: who are the highest kids in the grade level right now in your content area? Who are the lowest? What specific standards are holding kids back? What standards do kids make the most growth on so that you can use that data to form small groups and also content instruction over the course of the next six weeks or so before the next assessment round.