This 12-credit online certificate prepares teachers, building-level and district-level leaders to create, analyze and interpret a variety of student performance assessments in order to improve instruction and student learning. The four carefully-sequenced courses for the certificate focus on developing meaningful teacher-created and classroom-based student assessments, interpreting both informal and formal assessment data, and using those data in making curricular decisions. Practicing teachers and other school leaders have the opportunity to apply assessment and decision-making skills to their own classrooms or schools. Credits earned for the certificate may be applied toward the Educational Psychology, MS.
This graduate certificate may only be pursued on a part-time basis.
For policies governing all graduate certificates, see AP.6.8 Requirements for Graduate Certificates.
Total credits: 12
|EDEP 591||Data-Driven Decision Making for Continuous Educational Improvement||3|
|EDEP 592||Data-Driven Decision-Making: Development of Assessments||3|
|EDEP 593||Data-Driven Decision Making: Analysis and Interpretation of Assessment Data||3|
|EDEP 594||Data-Driven Decision-Making Application in Education Contexts||3|