Using Data FREE Webinars
Using Data Presents FREE Webinars for District and School Leaders
NEW Webinar: Using Four-Phase Dialogue to Analyze Data
Webinar: Making TIME for Teacher Collaboration: Strategies That Work
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Presented by Diana Nunnaley and Mary Anne Mather
Intended audience: District and School Leaders
Has your school built collaborative teams of teachers who share wisdom, information, and ideas about teaching, learning, and students’ progress? Is there time for them to meet regularly? Teacher collaboration can be a powerful way to affect school change, but for teacher teams to work, school leaders need to plan time for regular dialogue around data, teaching, and learning.
This 45-minute FREE webinar, presented by TERC’s Using Data facilitators, suggests realistic strategies for making time for teacher collaboration within the school day. The ideas are illustrated with practical examples from schools that have successfully expanded time for collaborative inquiry. We know there are only so many hours in a school day -- this webinar just may change the way you view time!
Webinar: Talking to Teachers About Data: Strategies for Positive, Productive Dialogue
Presented by: Diana Nunnaley
Intended Audience: District and School Leaders
Do you eagerly anticipate your discussions with teachers about their classroom practices and students’ achievement? Are these dialogues professionally rewarding and productive? If you are responsible for conducting teacher performance discussions, you will want to participate in this valuable webinar!
This FREE webinar, conducted by TERC’s Using Data facilitators, will offer strategies for leading a data-informed dialogue with teachers. By using TERC’s strategies and tools, you can empower teachers to be collaborative partners in evaluating teaching and learning in their classrooms. Also included will be examples of schools where teachers are actively honing their craft—continuously improving their teaching based on their data and reflective conversations with peers and leaders.
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