Data-Driven Decisions Workshop:

Using Assessment to Improve Student Outcomes

3 Part Series:
April 6, 13, & 20, 2022 - 6:00 - 7:30 PM CST

How do we know if our students learning? 

If we want to close the gaps in achievement, then teachers need actionable information to plan their teaching and reteaching for students.

With increasing accountability, using data to inform instructional practices is more important than ever. Most educators, however, did not enter the profession because they wanted to be statisticians or number crunchers. The data collection and analysis process can be daunting, particularly when it comes from the top down. 

It is critical to involve administrators, teachers, and students in the process of determining what data can be regularly collected inside and outside of the classroom, and how the information gleaned from an analysis of that data can be successfully used to increase positive outcomes for students, teachers, and schools. 

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3-PART SERIES
April 6, 13 & 20 • 6:00 - 7:30 PM CST

It's time to empower teachers to achieve significant gains in student achievement. 

Define data and best practices. 

Define the different types of data used in classrooms to determine what's working and what's not. Then actions can be taken by teachers to deliver instruction that meets their students' needs and help them grow. 

Increase school effectiveness and school improvement. 

 The data in your schools provide important clues about teacher instruction and student performance.  Learn how to analyze current data collection practices and determine both strengths and areas for growth.

Understand how to balance and achieve districtwide goals using data to improve student achievement.


Data helps district and school leaders create a strong blueprint with measurable results for continuously improving schools so decisions are no longer based on incomplete or biased information.

Create a sustainable plan for data collection.

Learners will utilize best practices for data-driven instruction to create a sustainable plan for data collection in their schools and/or districts.

In this three part, virtual-live workshop, you and your staff will learn how to:

Analyze current data collection practices

We'll look at current data practices and determine the strengths of each one and areas for growth.

Utilize best practices for data-driven instruction

We'll show you how to use best practice data-driven instruction to create a sustainable plan for data collection.

 Use our Resource Library to access all the tools for data

We'll step you through our Data-Driven Resources that provide you with templates, action plans, and collection tools to simply the process.

Here's what teachers and administrators are saying:

Here's what's included in this workshop:

Modeled Lessons for Implementation

We model how to create instructional lessons based on feedback and data.

Digital Resource Bundle

Get access to templates, action plans, and collection tools to simply the data process.

Professional Development Credit

Meet your PD requirements while learning how data-driven decisions can create positive outcomes for students.

Live Chat Support From Dr. Kristie Ennis

Join the interactive experience and get live feedback and answers to your questions throughout the training.

7 Days of Replay Access

Can’t attend the workshop live? Watch the replay at a later time and still receive all the fabulous resources inside this workshop.

Data-Driven
Workshop Schedule

 Day 1 October 20th 2022

Session 1: 6:00-7:00 PM CST 

Defining Data Sources

Session 2: 7:00-8:00 PM CST

Exploring Relevant Research

Session 3: 8:00-9:00 PM CST

Current Data Collection

Session 4: 9:00-9:45 PM CST

Collaboration is Key!

 Day 2 October 27th 2022

Session 1: 6:00-7:00 PM CST

Best-Practices for Data-Driven Instruction

Session 2: 7:00-8:00 PM CST

What's the Plan

Session 3: 8:00-9:00 PM CST

Evaluation & Certificate

 Session 4: 9:00-9:45 PM CST

Reflection & Discussion

 Day 1 April 6th 2022

Session 1: 6:00-7:00 PM CST 

Defining Data Sources

Session 3: 8:00-9:00 PM CST

Current Data Collection Tools

Session 2: 7:00-8:00 PM CST

Exploring Relevant Research

Session 4: 9:00-9:45 PM CST

Collaboration Practices & Feedback

 Day 3 April 20th 2022

Session 1: 6:00-7:00 PM CST

Best-Practices for Data-Driven Instruction

Session 2: 7:00-8:00 PM CST

Monitor Instruction and Rigor


Session 3: 8:00-9:00 PM CST

Reflection and Discussion

Workshop Pricing

1-9 Participants

$179

Per Person

10+ Participants

$139

Per Person

25+ Participants

$99

Per Person

50+ Participants

Custom Quote

Per Person

Our Data-Driven training puts instruction practices gleaned from student performance in a format that teachers understand.

Learning to collect data and analyze the results helps teachers adjust instruction to get the most out of their lessons. When you create a data culture, learn how to run data meetings, and understand quality assessments you can improve and adjust instruction in ways that are helpful to student outcomes.

In this workshop, we show you how to inspect data, set goals, and track data in a way that is useful and not cumbersome. You'll be able to identify where students struggle and teach more effectively.

Meet your workshop instructor:

Kristie_Ennis

Meet Kristie Ennis

Dr. Kristie Ennis is a Strobel Education consultant, a national board-certified teacher (ELA/YA), and a college English instructor. 

She specializes in helping educators gather meaningful data to inform their instructional decisions and providing customized real-time coaching for schools implementing Standards-Based Grading in their classrooms.

Dr. Ennis combines her many years of classroom experience, instructional coaching, and consulting with dozens of schools across the country to provide training that is research-based, interactive, and responsive to the current needs of educators.

Trusted by top organizations, schools, and businesses:

Our Data-Driven Workshop is for:

  • Elementary Teachers
  • Secondary Teachers
  • Specialists
  • Administrators
  • Counselors
  • Special Education Teachers
  • Coaches
  • Curriculum Coordinators

Imagine the strides our students could make when lessons are designed from the data and student performance outcomes?

Let’s learn effective practices that create success for students and help them close the gap.

Frequently Asked Questions

Still not sure? Check out the answers to some of our most common questions.

Will I earn Professional Growth Points?

You will receive a certificate of attendance two weeks following the event. If you did not receive your certificate, please contact [email protected]

Do I have to attend live?

While it's great to attend live to get any questions you may have answered, you will have access to the training for 30 days.

How do I substitute another attendee for a registration I have already confirmed? 

Send your substitution request to [email protected], at least 5 days prior to the event. Please include the name of the individual currently registered, the event, and your substitute's name and email address.

How do I register more than one individual at a time?

You can register more than one individual here. 

 

How do I cancel my registration?

All sales for the virtual events are final. If Strobel Education reschedules a live event, customer’s event registrations will automatically apply to the rescheduled event. If Strobel Education changes a live event to a virtual event, customer’s event registrations will automatically apply to the virtual event. If Strobel Education cancels a live or virtual event, customer’s event registrations will be converted to Portable Event Package.

Can I share access with my colleagues?

Your purchase of this workshop is for one registration. Sharing your personalized link to watch the workshop is not allowed. However, we offer group discounts. Email us [email protected] at to get the details.

How do I bring a Strobel Education consultant to my school or district?

Start the conversation by emailing [email protected]. We're always happy to discuss your needs!

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