When collecting progress monitoring data, using a giant Google Sheet gets unwieldy. Here’s a speedier way to collect and analyze data from classrooms.
Does your school district have the ol’ Giant Google Sheet that teachers use to collect progress monitoring data? If so, this Feature Friday is for you.
The Giant Google Sheet is certainly helpful for consolidating data, but it tends to become unwieldy when attempting to analyze or disseminate results.
In today’s video, Tre shares a feature called a “Teacher Input Column,” which is available in OnCourse Multiple Measures. When a progress monitoring tool is being used, like Fountas and Pinnell, Eureka Math, etc., this feature gives your staff a simple way to feed scores into your data warehouse.
This can speed up data collection exponentially while also providing powerful new ways to analyze your results.
Check out the video to learn more!