These resources and activities help CSU campuses deepen their ability to apply data and improve educator preparation programs.
How prepared do your teacher candidates feel as they exit your program to meet the challenges they will face in their future classrooms? Who is feeling best prepared and supported, in what ways and under what conditions?
These are the types of questions that can be explored through the DataView Dashboard. EdQ is here to help your faculty and staff to explore these and other questions and inform improvement efforts. We provide one-on-one or group virtual and in-person learning sessions, coaching and facilitation for the following:
Contact Ginger Adams Simon for more information or to request support.
Provides information about survey items grouped by topic, which are located on the EdQ DataView Program Perceptions dashboard.
Provides information about survey items relating to Technology.
Provides information about survey items relating to Science.
Provides information about survey items relating to Mathematics.
Provides information about survey items relating to Social Science.
Provides information about survey items relating to English.
Provides information about survey items relating English Language Learners.
Provides information about survey items relating Special Education.
Provides information about survey items relating to Clinical Placement.
What data does the DataView dashboard have? Where does it come from? How can I get access?
A resource describing the item content of the three surveys reported on the Program Perceptions Dashboard: surveys of program completers, year one teachers, and employers of year one teachers.
A guide to help you identify your Campus Dashboard Coordinator.
A quick overview of key information about the EdQ Program Perceptions dashboard.
A handy resource sheet that provides quick answers to the most common questions we receive about the EdQ DataView system and the Program Perceptions dashboard.
CSU educator preparation programs are expressing a growing need for timely data to inform their continuous improvement efforts. Learn more about our Educator Preparation Data System.
A guide designed to describe the four areas of the dashboard and other functionalities that exist to enhance the user experience.
A step-by-step guide designed to help you launch the EdQ DataView dashboard with ease.
Want to share information about the survey with others and increase your response rates? These informational flyers will help.
The AACTE is a leading voice on educator preparation, representing more than 800 higher education educator preparation programs across the country.
CAIR designs and promotes professional development for individuals engaging in institutional research.
CCTE is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the pre-and in-service education of teachers.
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching seeks to ‘build a field around the use of improvement science and networked improvement communities to solve longstanding inequities in educational outcomes.’
The Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) hosts publically-facing dashboards containing statewide data, including the location and characteristics of institutions and programs that provide credentials, the number of credentials issued statewide, and summary information on statewide teacher assignments.
The Data Quality Campaign is one of the nation’s leading voices on education data policy and use. They ‘advocate for and support changes in policy and practice to ensure that data effectively and securely follow and serve the individual.’
The Strategic Data Project (SDP) is part of the Center for Education Policy Research at Harvard University. SDP develops education data leaders to make a measurable difference in education.
The California State University prepares more of California’s P-12 teachers than all other institutions combined—and nearly 8 percent of the nation’s teachers. In preparing educators, CSU is a leader in the state and nation in the quality of its programs, the focus on diversity, and the emphasis on K-12 partnerships.