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RESEARCH REVIEWS

Common mistakes in using data for inquiry and improvement

A brief introduction to some of the routine mistakes made when gathering and analysing data, and how to avoid them.

Using data for inquiry and improvement

General principles and guidelines for gathering and analysing data and using the findings to inform decision-making and improve practice.

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EBE information webinar: Assessment Lead and Science of Learning Programmes

View this online session with Professor Stuart Kime and current participants to learn more about the Assessment Lead and Science of Learning year-long programmes

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INSIGHT

Using data to inform teaching and learning

Darcy Fawcett and the teachers from Gisborne Boys High School share insights into their work on improving and automating data analysis

Videos

Using survey findings to inform practice by Associate Professor Hunter Gehlbach

Associate Professor Hunter Gehlbach discusses how we can use survey findings to inform practice.
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