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The Effects of Training School Staff for Utilizing Student Monitoring System Data

Abstract : The Dutch School Inspectorate defines achievement-oriented work (AOW) as the maximization of student performance in a systematic and goal-oriented way. Research by the Inspectorate shows that students in achievement-oriented schools perform better than students in schools that meet the criteria for achievement-oriented work less. The University of Twente has developed a training course in which school teams learn to work in an achievement-oriented way. Parallel to the training activities, the effects of training schools are studied. The research findings show that the training course has a positive effect on attitudes towards AOW, as well as on knowledge and skills relevant for AOW of school staff.
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Laura Staman, Adrie Visscher, Hans Luyten. The Effects of Training School Staff for Utilizing Student Monitoring System Data. 10th Next Generation of Information Technology in Educational Management (ITEM), Aug 2012, Bremen, Germany. pp.3-14, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-38411-0_1⟩. ⟨hal-01468475⟩

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