Data-Driven Decision Making in Education
Learning and competency data can be useful tools in assessing a student’s individual learning needs. In this month’s Blended Learning webinar, presenters Sharnell Jackson and Tim Hudson shared best practices for organizing and using student data in order to better meet student needs. They also discussed processes for using and analyzing data at the student, classroom, and district levels. Watch the the webinar to find out more.
Quotes from the Session:
“As a special education teacher, I have discovered that kids LOVE to track their own data/progress…even their DIBELS scores!”
“I always tell my students that I learn as much, if not more, from incorrect answers as from correct answers.”
“What Sharnell is saying now is so true. “
“Thank you Sharnell and Tim and ‘text chat’ conversations. Excellent resources – I look forward to sharing with the rest of our leadership team.”
Sponsored by DreamBox Learning.
Presented by Sharnell Jackson, former Chief eLearning Officer of Chicago Public Schools, and Dr. Tim Hudson, Senior Director of Curriculum Design at DreamBox Learning.
As former Chief eLearning Officer of Chicago Public Schools, Sharnell Jackson assembled and led a diverse team of administrators, principals, teacher leaders, and information technology specialists. In her current work as leading author in effective systematic processes for using data and consultant Sharnell helps the U.S. Department of Educational Regional Educational Laboratories, state departments, national superintendent and administrator associations, school districts, foundations, and corporations.
Dr. Tim Hudson spent over 10 years working in public schools and is currently the Director of Curriculum Design at DreamBox Learning. He was first a high school math teacher and then the K-12 Math Curriculum Coordinator for the Parkway School District in St. Louis, MO, where he also helped facilitate the district’s long-range strategic planning efforts.
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