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While teachers need deep knowledge of instructional practices aligned with the findings from the research, they also must be skilled at using assessment data to inform their instruction and provide effective interventions to students with reading and math difficulties.
School leaders play a critical role in creating a culture of data-based decision making and empowering teachers to use data to impact future learning outcomes. During this edWeb podcast, you learn about research-based practices to build capacity in your school for data-based decision making through effective leadership. You also learn how educational leaders can leverage data-based decision making as a platform for job-embedded professional learning. Listen to this session to:
Through recorded interviews, you hear from elementary school leaders participating in FAST for Success-Reading, a yearlong professional learning opportunity centered on connecting the Science of Reading to FastBridge assessment data, interventions, and instruction plans. They share how they’ve developed systems and structures for data-based decision making and teacher leadership.
This edWeb podcast is of interest to K-8 school and district leaders; professional learning, assessment, MTSS, and RTI coordinators; and school improvement, data management, and data teams.
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