The aim of this PLI is to guide participants through the multiple sources of data in our schools and show them how to pull all the data pieces together for continuous school improvement.
KEY AUDIENCE: Teachers, Middle and Senior Leaders
How well does your school measure the work it does? Which processes and programs are—and are not—working to ensure every student is learning? Not looking at our processes or the school as an entire system can keep us from being able to adjust what we are doing to get the results we desire.
School processes define what learning organizations do to help students learn: what they teach, how they teach, and how they assess students. It is important that teachers and Administrators learn how to measure and understand whether their school’s curriculum, instruction, assessment, and feedback are aligned to the needs of the diverse learner. However, measuring and evaluating our entire system, programs, and processes is the logical next step to seeing the forest and the trees. Join us to learn how to use the Program Evaluation Tool to implement processes and programs with integrity and fidelity and to monitor and evaluate implementation.
As a result of attending this learning institute, participants can expect to:
- Analyze multiple measures of data, with staff, for continuous school improvement.
- Analyze school processes.
- Use the Program Evaluation Tool to implement programs, processes, and your school vision, with integrity and fidelity, to monitor implementation, and to evaluate their impact.
- Know if what you are doing is making a difference
Victoria L. Bernhardt, Ph.D., has directed Education for the Future since its inception in 1991. The not-for-profit initiative has a mission to build the capacity of learning organizations at all levels to gather, analyze, and use data to continuously improve learning for every student.
Dr. Bernhardt is known worldwide as a leading authority on data analysis for continuous school and district improvement. She is the author of over 22 highly praised books on data analysis, school improvement, Response to Intervention, and more. Each of her books shows schools and school districts how to do the work themselves. Her workshops focus on building capacity to analyze and use data effectively. Dr. Bernhardt is a Research Professor (Emeritus) in the College of Communication and Education, at California State University, Chico.
Dr. Bernhardt’s books include RtI and CSI Response to Intervention and Continuous School Improvement, and Data Analysis for Continuous School Improvement, 4th Edition, published by Routledge, as well as Measuring What We Do in Schools: How to Know If What We Are Doing Is Making a Difference, published by ASCD.
| Early-Bird Rate
|| US$ 415
|| US$ 435
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| Full Registration
|| US$ 435
|| US$ 460
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Early-Bird Date: 23rd December 2019
Cancellation Date: 21st January 2020
Ghana International School
2nd Circular Road, Cantonments
Visa and Health
Refer to the Ghana VISA Information and Exemptions website for more information.
Physical Address: 15 First Circular Road, East Cantonments, Accra, Ghana
Phone No: +233 302 770007
Standard Single Occupancy Rate (Bed & Breakfast): US$ 95
Executive Single Occupancy Rate (Bed & Breakfast): US$ 137
To make your reservation, send an email to Francis at firstname.lastname@example.org. The reservation includes a complementary airport transfer which you can request for if required.
Hotel – School Transport
The Host School will provide a shuttle to pick participants from the Midindi Hotel in the morning and provide a return trip in the evening.