Making effective use of student data is critical to driving instruction and improving student outcomes. Educators often have access to multiple sources of student data, but how do they use that data to inform instruction?
Join us as Dr. Eric Hibbs, Superintendent, and Michael Ballone, Assistant Superintendent, Marlboro Public School District in New Jersey, discuss how educators can use their students’ data to accelerate literacy growth school- and district-wide.
• Explore ways to monitor progress and inform instruction by analyzing and
synthesizing data reports
• Learn how create a culture of literacy in the school community by tracking and
celebrating reading growth
• Discover ways to personally engage and motivate students by involving them in
their own data tracking