Elementary Teachers Put Data to Use with Creative Intervention Solutions
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WAITSBURG – Data is only as good as what you do with it, and Waitsburg Elementary School teachers are working hard to put their data to the best use helping students.
At the March school board meeting, elementary teachers Deanna Coulston and Gabe Kiefel shared some of the creative ways Waitsburg is putting student achievement data to work in the classroom.
Coulston said one of the factors driving success in the elementary school is the PLCs, or professional learning communities. She said the third and fifth grade teachers work closely with one another, as do the K-2 grade teachers.
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