Free live webinar

Collaborating Around Formative Data

Wednesday, September 26, 2018
11:00 am PT / 01:00 pm CT / 02:00 pm ET

We’ve all heard the saying: Two heads are better than one. This certainly holds true in education, where students can accomplish great things when they work together successfully.

But when it comes to interpreting data, too many educators try to go it alone. Imagine what we could accomplish with a strong culture of collaboration in every school, with educators working together to use formative data to guide daily instruction.

If you’re looking for practical tips for creating a strong collaborative culture, this webinar is for you. Topics include:

  • Understanding the formative assessment process
  • Recognizing the impact of educator collaboration on student achievement
  • Reviewing research and best practices around successful data teams
  • Creating an action plan for strengthening your school or district’s data culture

You’ll also see recent enhancements to Renaissance® programs, including Renaissance-U®, to better support educator collaboration and data-driven decision-making.


Presenters:

Mona Yoast is Vice President of Professional Services at Renaissance and an expert in instructional design, team building, and professional growth plans. Passionate about learning, she has spoken at many state and national conferences.

Win Alison Lee is Director of Product Management for Professional Services at Renaissance. She has been an educator, PD consultant, and PD advocate for more than 25 years. She has presented on educational technology and professional learning at numerous conferences, both nationally and abroad.

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