Making Data Work
Learn a systematic way to use data and drive instruction, demonstrate the impact of school counseling interventions and share results with stakeholders. The process involves four steps: Design, Ask, Track and Announce. Receive step-by-step instructions and examples.
Carol Kaffenberger, Ph.D
Understand the power of data-driven decision making
Learn about the four-step process to design a data collection project, collect data, analyze data and share results
Learn the difference between process, perception and results data
Discover simple strategies for transforming data into meaningful results reports to share with stakeholders
., is a faculty associate, counseling and human development, Johns Hopkins University and professor emerita, counseling and development, George Mason University. She is the co-author of "Making Data Work: An ASCA National Model Publication."
Anita Young, Ph.D
., is assistant professor, counseling and human services, Johns Hopkins University, and the former school counseling coordinator for Fairfax County (Va.) Public Schools. She is the co-author of "Making Data Work: An ASCA National Model Publication."