Tag Archives: Data Informed Decision Making

Evaluating PD Activities: Learning from State Examples

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Conference: OSEP Leadership Conference Date: July 2017 Presenters: Alan Phillips, Claudia Fabian, & Megan Cox This presentation introduces participants to the PD activities, evaluation questions and methods to illustrate how two states are using evaluation data to make decisions on next steps in implementation. Link to Presentation

Components of an Effective Data Team

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Conference: 2017 OSEP Leadership Conference Date: July 2017 Presenters: Haidee Bernstein, Mary Anketell & Emily Hackleman The poster session highlights how data teams can be used promote collaboration around implementing data-informed decisions and how Pennsylvania promoted the use of Data teams at their Data Literacy Academy. Link to Poster

Closing Plenary: Let’s Make Data Part of Everyone’s Toolkit!

Image of child reading with multiple levels of data represented above her: Classroom/Caseload, Center/School/Program, District/Program, Region, State, and National

Presenters: Kathleen Hebbeler (DaSy), Donna Spiker (DaSy), Lisa Backer (MN Dept of Education), Tony Chambers, Ann Freiburg (IL Dept of Human Services), Chelsea Guillen (EITP at University of Illinois), Ovella Peaches Lott (University City Children’s Center), & Bob Morris (WA Dept of Early Learning) This multi-media, interactive closing plenary session discusses how data can be […]

Assessment and Data-Based Decisions

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This document describes Arizona Department of Education’s (ADE) approach to assessment and data-based decision making process. The ADE early childhood assessment system is designed for all children including English language learners, children with special needs, and children from diverse cultural backgrounds. This document is a good resource to learn about how states are using assessments […]