Registrations close: Monday 9th Aug 5pm
Target audience: Primary Teachers
Abstract: School professional learning that focuses on evidence-based practices and building a community of practice can help your school not fall into the trap of being data rich but information poor. Many schools have poured money into data and school improvement with a specific focus on data analysis and more often than not this is achievement based improvement. Within this space there is a worrying trend of schools having data, analysing it but not knowing what to do with it, or forgetting that behind the numbers are real life students and missing the most important part of the data process, The conversation AMONGST teachers, ABOUT students. DIALOGUE! Teachers who are engaged in a dialogic approach to data are better able to diagnose and act on their students' learning needs and more effectively use evidence-based instructional strategies.
Presenter: Brooke Brennan
Registration: 3:45 pm
Time: 4:00 pm – 5:00pm
PLEASE NOTE: This session will be delivered via zoom. If possible, the session will be recorded with audio recording over the presenter’s PowerPoint.