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Building a Data Culture that Improves Achievement in Texas Middle Schools
Tuesday, February 25, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EST
Presented by Claudia Salinas, Education Consultant for Texas, and Vice President, English Learning, Curriculum Associates
Sponsored by Curriculum Associates, creators of i-Ready
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Data becomes much more powerful when leaders, teachers, and students engage with the data and use it to have conversations, plan instruction, and set goals. For students, knowing their data increases engagement and promotes student ownership over their own learning. For leaders and teachers, discussing data gives everyone a common understanding of where their students are and a clear plan of action. In this edWebinar, discover:
- How data can help Texas educators boost student achievement
- Practical strategies for building a data culture in Texas Middle Schools
- Tips on using data to engage students
This recorded edWebinar will be of value to middle school teachers and school and district leaders in Texas.
About the Presenter
Claudia Salinas is Vice President of English Learning at Curriculum Associates and Regional Manager for Texas, New Mexico, Nevada, and Arizona. In her current role, Claudia is responsible for working with school districts to meet the needs of their English learners and struggling learners by bringing research-based professional development, assessments, and instructional materials that work in unison to provide a comprehensive system. Claudia also works with authors and editors to develop solutions to address the needs of all struggling students.
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For 50 years, Curriculum Associates (CA) has been united around one common purpose: to make classrooms better places for teachers and students. In the years since, we’ve remained driven by this mission, introducing and then constantly improving innovative and exciting products that give every student the chance to succeed.