In-Service Teacher Access to and Use of Non-Academic Data for Decision Making
Author ORCID Identifier
Todd Reeves: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8912-1690
Non-academic factors such as school climate, grit, and growth mindset are receiving much attention in recent education policy and practice. Within this context, this study (N = 425) describes the distribution of U.S. in-service teachers’ access to and use of 10 categories of non-academic data. Findings indicate that in-service teachers vary widely in their access to, and use of, these types of data. This study also indicates unambiguously that teachers prioritise use of classroom-based academic assessment data.
data use, data-driven decision making, in-service teachers, Non-academic data, non-cognitive skills
Reeves, Todd D.; Wei, Dan; and Hamilton, Valerie, "In-Service Teacher Access to and Use of Non-Academic Data for Decision Making" (2022). NIU Bibliography. 70.
Department of Educational Technology, Research and Assessment (ETRA)