Data Use and Early Education: What Do We Need To Know?
On August 10, 2016, the Southeast Comprehensive Center’s Early Childhood Community of Practice partnered with the Mid-Atlantic Comprehensive Center to facilitate this interactive webinar. During the webinar, Chris Dwyer from MACC introduced nine practical principles to build and support a culture of data utilization in early learning environments, including settings where preschool providers and K–3 teachers come together to discuss their practices.
This webinar included examples of common questions to structure data reviews, suggestions for types of data to include in reviews, a template for planning and organizing data review routines, and a four-stage data dialogue protocol. The event was designed for teams of administrators, literacy/instructional coaches, teachers, and professional development providers/intermediaries.
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