Using Student Learning Data to Foster a Growth Culture
Effective data-driven instruction isn’t just about accumulating data. To move educators and learners forward in their achievement, administrators are building a culture of data-driven practices that enable them to measure growth and continuously improve their results.
This edWebinar is presented by Amy Trees Dodson, M.Ed., Director of Instruction, Cisco Independent School District, TX; David Woods, Director of Curriculum and Reporting, DreamBox Learning; and Robyn Sturgeon, Professional Learning Consultant, NWEA. Attendees will learn a practical framework for creating a data-informed growth culture that guides instructional decision making and supports all students at the right level, including how to:
- Leverage data to drive the continuous cycle of instructional improvement
- Build data literacy through professional development to positively impact instructional practice and build capacity
- Better understand and implement data and feedback in schools for a more personalized approach to learning
- Use ongoing, formative assessing in the classroom to power learning gains and build a growth mindset