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Creating Successful Personalized Learning Pathways Using Data Analytics and Google Data Studio

Wednesday, February 24, 2021 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST

Creating Successful Personalized Learning Pathways Using Data Analytics and Google Data Studio

Presented by Eric Butash, Director of Education Technology and Data Integration, Foster-Glocester Regional School District (RI); and Leo Brehm, Product Manager, ENA/CatchOn
Moderated by Monica Cougan, Manager of Strategic Relationships and Initiatives, ENA/CatchOn

Sponsored by CatchOn, An ENA Affiliate

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Watch Eric Butash, Director of Education Technology and Data Integration for Foster-Glocester Regional School District in Rhode Island, as he outlines his district’s strategy for leveraging data analytics to ensure students are engaged and on track. In this edLeader Panel, he describes Foster-Glocester’s instruction vision, processes, and data-integration blueprint for enabling educators and administrators to develop the most impactful learning pathways for students. Viewers will learn how the integration of analytics programs like CatchOn with Google Data Studio can be utilized to inform best practices and boost student engagement.

This recorded edLeader Panel will be of interest to school and district leaders of the K-12 and higher education levels.


Eric Butash

About the Presenters

Eric Butash is responsible for providing leadership and innovation for enhancing teaching and learning through the identification, evaluation, adoption, and integration of effective educational innovations for the Foster-Glocester Regional School District. He provides leadership in the development of strategic approaches for personalized learning; supports the strategic integration of multiple school/district platforms leveraging open data standards; works collaboratively and effectively with staff to provide ongoing support for pedagogical and technical training to design, develop, and implement instructional content, courses, and projects that personalize learning technology in online and blended learning environments; works collaboratively with curricula to create interactive, student-facing learning opportunities; manages and supports all operations related to current and future technology infrastructure; and is responsible for monitoring software and hardware use and its effects on student achievement. Eric has done numerous presentations throughout his region, as well as at ISTE, on the topics of educational efficacy, data, privacy, and the role of technology in learning.


Leo BrehmLeo Brehm, CatchOn’s Product Manager, is a career school CIO for public schools serving education for over 22 years. Leo has supported education in a variety of roles, including a technology support specialist, instructional technology specialist, network administrator, director of technology, CIO/CTO, and adjunct professor in four districts and a higher education institution. He spent most of his career as CIO/CTO with the Sharon and Newton Public Schools in Massachusetts. As a product manager, Leo is actively involved in the design and development of CatchOn. Currently, he is leading the development of CatchOn’s learning analytics platform and helping districts leverage next-generation learning data to personalize the learning experience for their learners.


Monica CouganAbout the Moderator

Monica Cougan is Manager of Strategic Relationships and Initiatives at CatchOn, an ENA Affiliate, where she leverages her more than 35 years of experience in education and technology to help schools make the most of new technology. Throughout her career, Monica has been an evangelist for the adoption of technology as a transformative educational tool. She also has extensive experience helping K-12 schools implement 1:1 programs and in disseminating problem-based and project-based learning methodologies that focus on helping each student develop his or her own voice. Throughout Monica’s extensive career, she has sought out the diverse experiences required to know how to implement positive changes in education: she has served as a classroom teacher, adjunct professor, and education consultant for national, technology-based curriculum companies. Away from the classroom, she has served as an independent math consultant, worked in curriculum development, evaluated research on school-based programs, and developed professional learning opportunities for educators looking for a new mastery of technology.


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CatchOn is a user-friendly data analytics tool that collects real-time data on every device, enabling school districts to make data-informed decisions about the apps and online tools their educators and students are using. In 2018, CatchOn joined forces with ENA, a leading provider of comprehensive technology solutions to education institutions and libraries across the nation. Collectively, CatchOn and ENA leverage their respective resources and expertise to deliver critical services and solutions that help school districts produce positive outcomes in the communities they serve.



Wednesday, February 24, 2021
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
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