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3-Part Series

Establishing the Systems and Structures for Data-Driven Instruction

Discover how to build a data-driven culture that improves teaching and learning outcomes.

This Workshop Is For:

All School Staff
Teachers Leaders
Instructional Coaches
Assistant Principals
Principals
Principal Supervisors
District Leaders
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2nd Workshop In Series
3rd Workshop In Series

Setting the Stage for Student Achievement Through Data-Driven Instruction

Explore the assessment and analysis components of the data-driven instruction cycle to inform action steps.
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2nd Workshop In Series
3rd Workshop In Series

Mastering the Data-Driven Instruction Cycle: Action & Monitoring

Discover how to lead the implementation and monitoring components of a data-driven instruction cycle.
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Leading & Learning Workshop
Two-Part Series
3-Part Series

Establishing the Systems and Structures for Data-Driven Instruction

Discover how to build a data-driven culture that improves teaching and learning outcomes.

This Workshop Is For:

All School Staff
Teachers Leaders
Instructional Coaches
Assistant Principals
Principals
Principal Supervisors
District Leaders
1st Workshop In Series
2nd Workshop In Series
3rd Workshop In Series

Setting the Stage for Student Achievement Through Data-Driven Instruction

Explore the assessment and analysis components of the data-driven instruction cycle to inform action steps.
Learn More
1st Workshop In Series
2nd Workshop In Series
3rd Workshop In Series

Mastering the Data-Driven Instruction Cycle: Action & Monitoring

Discover how to lead the implementation and monitoring components of a data-driven instruction cycle.
Learn More
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Leading & Learning Workshop
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DRIVING DATA-DRIVEN INSTRUCTION: THREE-PART WORKSHOP SERIES
DRIVING DATA-DRIVEN INSTRUCTION: THREE-PART WORKSHOP SERIES

Establishing the Systems and Structures for Data-Driven Instruction

Discover how to build a data-driven culture that improves teaching and learning outcomes.
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Length: 4 hours
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Virtual or In Person

Topics:

Data
Personal Leadership
Equity-Focused Leadership

This Workshop Is For:

All School Staff
Teachers Leaders
Instructional Coaches
Assistant Principals
Principals
Principal Supervisors
District Leaders

Sometimes, as leaders, we can be quick to move to solutions because we are eager to make change. But failing to set the proper foundation before implementation can undermine success. The same is true with data-driven instruction. Most schools have data, but not all schools create a culture for data-driven instruction that zeroes in on teacher growth and elevates learning for all students. In this workshop, leaders, educators, and schools unpack the Data-Driven Instruction Cycle (DDI). They examine effective strategies to build a data-driven culture, create staff buy-in, and avoid common pitfalls. They learn to assess their readiness for DDI and determine specific areas of improvement for moving forward. By developing these necessary conditions, schools ensure DDI is implemented with fidelity and equity.

Workshop Outcomes
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Understand the four parts of the Data-Driven Instruction Cycle (DDI)
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Audit your school’s readiness around DDI implementation
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Explore six effective strategies to create a data-driven culture
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Identify common pitfalls of DDI implementation
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Distinguish between tactical and adaptive leadership to drive DDI
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Leading & Learning Workshop
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Optional Three Part Workshop

Setting the Stage for Student Achievement Through Data-Driven Instruction

Explore the assessment and analysis components of the data-driven instruction cycle to inform action steps.
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Length: 4 hours
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Virtual or In Person
All School Staff
Teachers Leaders
Instructional Coaches
Assistant Principals
Principals

This workshop takes a deep dive into the assessment and analysis components of the Data-Driven Instruction Cycle (DDI), where you’ll learn how to get to the root cause of what’s really going on when it comes to student achievement. Learn how to critically examine current assessments, ensuring they’re aligned with rigor expectations and standards. Practice developing standards-aligned assessment tasks, also evaluating them for rigor. Disaggregate and analyze data through multiple levels—standards, student, and item—in a way that cares for every student, especially those historically silenced by data. This kind of intentional and in-depth data analysis provides powerful insights to inform next steps and shift instruction to directly, and equitably, meet student learning needs.

Workshop Outcomes
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Explore why assessment and analysis are key to effectively using data
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Learn to use assessments that align with rigor expectations and standards
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Create assessment items based on standards and level of rigor
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Learn how to disaggregate data at multiple levels
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Analyze disaggregated data to uncover root causes
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Optional Three Part Workshop

Mastering the Data-Driven Instruction Cycle: Action & Monitoring

Discover how to lead the implementation and monitoring components of a data-driven instruction cycle.
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Length: 4 hours
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Virtual or In Person
All School Staff
Teachers Leaders
Instructional Coaches
Assistant Principals
Principals

This workshop takes a deep dive into the last two parts of the four-part Data-Driven Instruction Cycle (DDI)—action and monitoring—and how truly taking action on data requires educators to have both the skillset and mindset of corrective instruction. Learn what corrective instruction is and what it isn’t. Explore the intentional use of high-impact instructional strategies to best respond to student needs and shift educator actions. Create a plan for implementing these strategies and facilitating effective DDI meetings to ensure consistent implementation. We know strong instructional leadership is the catalyst for school improvement, particularly for underestimated and underserved communities. Translating data analysis into action is one of the best ways to achieve more equitable learning outcomes.

Workshop Outcomes
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Understand the definition of corrective instruction
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Determine high-impact instructional strategies based on data
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Craft a corrective action plan for your school or team
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Identify systems and structures needed for consistent DDI implementation
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Explore strategies for planning effective DDI monitoring
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Learn how to facilitate effective data meetings
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