Presented by Jaime Harris, Ed.S., NCSP, School Psychologist, Co-Founder of eduCLIMBER, Illuminate Education
All educators have now become managers and reporters of data, whether they are classroom teachers compiling information on individual students and sharing it with parents, or top district administrators evaluating teachers, principals, and all their students. Data-driven decisions now determine how students are taught, teachers are paid, and schools are run, so data management and sharing have become crucial job functions. During a recent edWeb edLeader Panel, sponsored by CatchOn An ENA Affiliate, key aspects of organizing and reporting data were discussed by Monica Cougan, Product Marketing Manager, and Leo Brehm, Product Manager, both from ENA/CatchOn, and Erin Hommeland, Director of Planning and Process at Eduscape.
Presented by Monica Cougan, Product Marketing Manager, ENA/CatchOn; and Erin Hommeland, Director of Planning and Process and Manager of ISTE Certification, Digital Citizenship Academy, Eduscape
Writing is often difficult for educators to teach, challenging for students to do, and hard for administrators to monitor and evaluate. Yet writing well has become an increasingly important 21st century skill due to online college and job applications, as well as the reliance on email and collaborative documents in many 21st century careers.
Presented by Dr. Gene Kerns, Vice President and Chief Academic Officer, Renaissance®; and Dr. Katie McClarty, Vice President of Research and Design, Renaissance®
Join Texthelpers Joni Degner and Mark Schwartz to learn more about how you can use data to inform and transform your writing instruction.
In this edWebinar, the last in a four-part infographic series, we will examine just how infographics can be used in the classroom.
Join this edLeader Panel to see how Virginia Beach City Public Schools utilizes data analytics to monitor engagement patterns, application and device access, and more.
Join this edWebinar, the third in a four-part infographic series, where we will take a step back to look at information and data to determine how we can best understand where it comes from.
In this engaging and interactive edWebinar, Steven and Shaelynn will demonstrate the creation of an infographic from start to finish.