People spend a lot of time in meetings, and generally wish we had fewer of them. Before you schedule your next meeting, answer these four questions.
-by Timothy (Tim) Grivois, Ed.D. I frequently lead professional learning on how to use data effectively, most recently with Youth On Their Own, a Tucson-based nonprofit that supports youth without a permanent place to live in graduating high school. Over the years, I’ve collected a few topics that tend to be effective for whole-staff trainings,Continue reading “Ongoing Professional Learning with Data“
Supporting social, emotional, and academic achievement requires schools to know their students and their systems well, and to do this, data is crucial. If your team is struggling to use data to make decisions, here are the top three reasons why: