Video: How to Start Putting Your Data to Work

06.24.2021 | Credentialing, Why NOCTI

Data is a critical part of instructional improvement and can be particularly helpful to CTE programs in making data-driven decisions that support learning and program improvement. Collecting and analyzing data helps educators pinpoint potential problems at the student, curriculum, and instructional levels.

Educators know data is important, but challenges still exist when using data for instructional improvement. How do educators know what data to collect or how to parse inconsistencies in data provided by various credentialing organizations? And once they have the data, how does one begin using it for instructional improvement?

This video explores three ways to start putting your data to work with a focus on improving your credentialing program.