Evidence for Learning (E4L) and The Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) have developed this resource to support leaders in schools to use data effectively.
This is a summary resource to provide you with key concepts, examples and prompts around using data for monitoring and evaluation. An FAQs page explores some of the concepts in further detail. Supporting case studies that illustrate how schools are using data for monitoring and evaluation will be released soon.
You might find that the seven step process outlined in this resource is cyclical in nature, as you apply lessons from your analysis and adapt your approaches. This is likely part of a broader process of implementation (see here for more information on implementation).
Download the ‘Using data for monitoring and evaluation’ tool below.
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Download the case studies that unpack examples of how schools have worked through the process of using data for monitoring and evaluation.
This tool supports E4L’s Putting evidence to work: a school’s guide to implementation. Access this Guidance Report and supporting tools and resources at the link below.