Always the Best

John Wooden once said “Things work best for those who make the best out of how things work out.”

I find myself reflecting on all the assessment data that I have collected this year.  With some time still left, I wonder what I can do to make sure kids meet their proficiency targets.

What am I going to “tweak” in my day – to – day instruction?  I know my students are very capable and it is my responsibility to guide them in the right direction.

Think about what you do to make the best out of difficult situations, such as data analysis and/or a data meeting with your Principal or Department Chair.  Do you react or are you proactive, working to create a plan to ensuring that everything works out the way it should?



Author: taylormitch

Elementary Lead Teacher - Grades K-4

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