Data collection and use: An early childhood perspective

Resource Type: Multimedia
Presenter(s): Bourassa, Jacqueline; Zweig, Jacqueline; Stevenson-Garcia, Judi; Weidele, Andrea; Irwin, Clare W.;
Date Issued: 13 August, 2015
Producer(s): Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands
Description: This webinar presents findings from a study that explores the collection and use of data in several New England preschool programs. Analysis focuses on three domains: early learning outcomes (math, reading, and social-emotional); classroom quality measures; and dosage. The report addresses the challenges of combining multiple sources of data, as well as advising awareness of multiple explanations that can occur within data analysis. Presenters focus on data collection and use at both state and program levels.
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Source: Washington, DC: Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands
Topics: Research & Evaluation Methods > Research Methods > Data Collection

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