Teacher educator institute: Using Data to Improve Novice teacher Practice
Monday, May 7 - Wednesday, May 9
New Orleans, LA
Excellent teacher educators gather multiple sources of quantitative and qualitative data about novice teachers' practice and use those data for the purpose of improvement throughout a course and/or school year. Join TeacherSquared and teacher educators from across the country for a Teacher Educator Institute on Using Data to Improve Novice Teacher Practice.
This Institute is for new or experienced teacher educators interested in collaborating with other teacher educators to deepen their ability to use data to help the novice teachers they train get better faster.
Participants of this Institute will learn how to:
- Gather multiple sources of quantitative and qualitative data about novice teacher practice
- Analyze data to identify emerging strengths and weaknesses
- Identify root causes, and prioritize areas of practice for improvement
- Create and implement action plans based on data analysis
- Disaggregate data to uncover potential patterns of inequity in novice teacher performance
- Identify appropriate cycles for data collection and analysis
- Communicate how data use has impacted their own practice
Participants will leave with concrete tools and resources for immediate use in their practice, along with connections with teacher educators across the country.
Teacher Educator Institute 2018 Registration Form
We are excited to have you join us for our Teacher Educator Institute 2018! Registration fees for this event will be covered by Relay and TeacherSquared - please talk to your manager about attending! In filling out this registration form, you are committing to attending and participating in this Institute. If for some reason you are unable to attend, you must communicate with TeacherSquared no later than one month prior to the event and may be responsible for the $495 registration fee.
More information and details will be sent to registrants soon. We look forward to seeing you in New Orleans!