Using Check Data

Self Check: Importance of "Check" data

You’re talking to a new Check & Connect mentor who is having great meetings with students and really getting to know them, but admits that he’s not doing much with “Check” data. What would you say to him to emphasize the importance of using “Check” data?

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“Check” data is important to help mentors develop data-driven interventions alongside their students, and to highlight victories to celebrate with their students. However, the relationship with the students and family should also inform mentors of what is occurring in the student’s life.

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This answer highlights the importance of working together to create interventions based on data, as well as the celebration of victories.

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While each program may have their own reporting requirements, monitoring data is a key feature in mentors helping to improve outcomes with their students.