A Book by Joanne McEachen & Jane Davidson, Ph.D.

Making Important MeasurableMaking the Important Measureable: Not the Measureable Important

McEachen and Davidson have combined their knowledge to create a whole system approach to measuring what is important for each learner, teacher, district, state or country. McEachen’s 30 years in educational leadership, combined with Davidson’s expertise in organizational psychology and evaluation, have led them to create a new, trackable system for measuring learning that synthesizes the full range of evidence to give a clearer picture of success.

Utilizing their whole system approach to changing outcomes for all learners, they give clear direction for knowing where each learner is and what they need next, and provide a powerful resource for those working to measure student development of deep learning outcomes.