Full course description
Date and time
Monday 16 November 2020, 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Independent Schools Victoria, 40 Rosslyn Street, West Melbourne
This learning event is right for you if you are have a role in enhancing staff engagement with data to create a culture of confidence and also skill in distilling meaningful information to ultimately make a difference to outcomes for young people
The aim of this cross-sectoral network is to provide stimulus, resources and an opportunity for rich conversation around how to build authentic engagement with data in schools.
Harnessing the daily action research which is happening in thousands of classrooms everyday alongside the large data sets which enter a school is a key focus for this network. Creating a culture of 'teacher as expert', using data stories which have credibility to the range of educators in schools is vital for a positive data culture.
This network is to create collective wisdom, share successes and provide possible strategies for challenges for those working in this space on a daily basis.
A range of guests to share experiences from schools will be provided each term the network meetings.
“Teachers routinely use objective data on student achievement as evidence of successful teaching” is an aspiration from The National School Improvement Tool. This network is designed to support you to make this a reality.
- Expanded network across sectors
- Strategies to engage staff with data
A range of presenters and colleagues
Each network meeting will draw upon the needs from the previous meeting, bringing presenters and colleagues from different contexts to enhance our understanding and strategies across the theme of building staff engagement with data.