|10/31/2012 9:02:00 AM|
|DATA Project Updates|
DATA Project Certifies 100 Trainers
The Oregon Direct Access to Achievement (DATA) Project recently completed a pair of two-day sessions, in Pendleton and Portland, which certified about 100 educators in a process of facilitating data teams. This brings the total of Oregon DATA Project certified trainers to about 700. One more certification session will be held this year, in Medford, with about 75 educators expected; registration is full. For more details on the training process, visit the Oregon DATA Project site.
DATA Project Schedules Webinars
The second of three webinars on using data to drive instruction is set for January 17, 2013, from 3 - 4 p.m. “Digging Deeper into Instructional Responses to Data Analysis” will focus on teams and teachers. The first webinar, held October 18, looked at the role of administrators and school leaders in developing and enhancing collaborative data practices. A recording of that one-hour presentation, as well as a full schedule and connection information, is available on the Oregon DATA Project site under the “Webinar Series” tab.
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