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Using Data and Addressing Unfinished Instruction and Learning

EL Education Virtual Institute

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  • Date

  • Grade Level

    K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

  • Audience

    All Educators

  • Eligibility

    EL Education Partners

How will I know where my students are when they return to school? 

In the EL Education model, teachers and leaders use a variety of assessment types to measure students’ mastery of standards and regularly involve students in understanding and analyzing their own assessment data. Teachers use high-quality assessment data, both formative and summative, to reflect on the effectiveness of curriculum, instruction, and schoolwide structures such as schedules, academic groupings, and intervention programs. This one day virtual offering will begin with the foundations of building and strengthening a data culture in your school or district. Participants will then examine their curriculum and supporting resources to identify opportunities to collect the most key and useful evidence of student learning and teacher supports, with a critical eye for equity. Protocols for analyzing student work will be shared as teachers delve into their own class sets of formative assessments. Participants will learn how this data can inform groupings, pacing and differentiation. The institute concludes with a session on how to help students become leaders of their own learning by setting and tracking goals.  

This session will take place between 11:00 AM and 5:30 PM ET.

Participants will receive a certificate for six hours of professional learning.

Please click here for policies, logistics, and pricing information.

Registration will open at 12:00 PM ET on August 10, 2020.