CLUES: What Do You Do With All the Data?
WhereOrion Education and Training 13939 Diagonal Road Clearwater, KS. 67026
This professional learning opportunity will provide building and/ or district teams of three more with structures and processes to discuss data and design action steps to improve student outcomes. This day of professional learning is designed for teachers and leaders of any/ all grade levels. Expect a day of discussion, processing, and planning! The discussion for this day will focus heavily on English Language Arts and reading data, however many of the processes can be transferred to other content areas if you chose to implement them at your school site.
Collaborate with your leadership teams/PLCs to improve student outcomes
Learn how to utilize protocols to improve data driven conversations
Utilize an improvement cycle to select actions steps and monitor your impact on student learning
Explore best practices in data analysis
Target Audience: PLCs or Building/District Leadership teams
Bring a team- together everyone accomplishes more! Bring at least three individuals from your school or district who are interested in collaborating to bring this work forward in your district. To support teams of teachers and administrators during this session, it is crucial to have access to digital data or printed reports available. This can include a variety of sources, but at minimum please bring state assessment and academic screening results. Additional data can include common assessments, interim results, office referral rates, attendance, SEL screeners, surveys, and other relevant data collected by your school and district. By utilizing data, teams can make informed decisions and effectively address the needs of their students.
InstructorCasey Peine, Director of Teaching and Learning with Clearwater, USD 264
Workshop Fee: $25/person (lunch is provided)
Not available for College Credit
Cancellations must be received 48 hours in advance or fees will be due; same district substitutions are allowed. If Orion is not notified of a cancellation, the district is still responsible for the enrollment fee. We understand that there can be emergencies and we will work with those on an individual basis once we have been contacted in a timely manner.