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Data-driven instruction is a big buzzword in education, yet many schools and districts don’t see the dramatic increases in student achievement they expect from their work with data? What makes it possible for some schools to see such visible results? Would you like to see more significant impact on learning from all the work you do with data?
Join Paul Bambrick-Santoyo, Managing Director of Uncommon Schools Newark, for a special 2-hour webinar that will provide you with key insights on the 4 elements of data-driven instruction: Assessments, analysis, action, and a data-driven culture. Uncommon Schools has won international recognition for its success at raising the learning and achievement of students in Newark, N.J. through the rigorous practice of data-driven instruction.
Paul will share the secrets of how schools can move from “mediocre” to “good” and from “good” to “great” through their skilled use of data. He will give you tools and strategies you can use to make immediate improvement in student achievement.
- Leveraging assessment as an instructional rather than an evaluative tool
- Aligning lesson planning, student learning needs and assessment
- How to run an effective data analysis meeting
- Dealing with teacher resistance and giving teachers ownership of data
- Writing the action plan after data analysis
- Leadership actions you can take to support data-driven instruction in your school