Data walls use materials like sticky notes and masking tape to visualise and map individual students’ achievement over time on a physical wall. Research shows that the use of data walls in classrooms can help teachers overcome barriers to putting collective efficacy into practice and improve students’ overall performance.
- Individual students’ progression can be tracked in addition to how the peer group is performing overall.
- Data walls can help educators associate data with specific student's identities
- By seeing all the student's information in one place, teachers can develop a sense of collective efficacy
- Teachers can identify problem areas for specific students in addition to those who are falling behind in multiple areas
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