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Tuesday, February 12 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
The Missing Link: Collecting and Analyzing Instructional Data Using the Instructional Rounds Process LIMITED

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Most school improvement planning porocesses consistently collect and analyze student outcome data. Too often instructional data may not be collected or analyzed, thus becoming the missing link to successful continuous improvement. Drawing from research and practices from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, facilitators will share the "why" of collecting instructional data and provide a structure for educators to work together to investigate and solve common instructional problems to improve teaching and learning. Applicable materials will be provided.

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Dr. Michaela Fray-Tappe

Director of Professional Learning, Regional Office of Education #1, Adams County

Diane Rutledge

ISU Center for the Study of Education Policy, Normal

Tuesday February 12, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm PST
Ohio 373 East North Water Street, Chicago IL