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Using data-based inquiry and decision making to improve instruction.

Teacher inquiry groups using data-based inquiry and decision making helps to create (DBDM) helps to create a more professional culture where teachers can be reflective about their practice and can base their instructional programs on objective data.

  • Contributor: Feldman, J. & Tung, R. (2001).
  • Journal/Secondary Title: Education and Research Service: Spectrum
  • Number: 3
  • Volume: 19
  • Year: 2001

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