AERO DISCIPLINARY LITERACY FOLLOW-ON WEBINARS
Using Instructional Practices Data to Make Meaningful Decisions about Student & Professional Learning
A TWO-PART WEBINAR FOR SCHOOL TEAMS
With AERO Math Consultant
TUESDAYS, APRIL 13 & 20, 2021 | 3:00-4:00pm (ATHENS GMT+3)
Note: on March 28, Greek time will change from GMT+2 to GMT+3.
OFFERED AT NO COST TO NESA SCHOOLS - REGISTRATION BY INVITATION ONLY
About the Webinars
This two-part webinar series, for school teams of two and up, is a follow-on to the Standards-Based Learning System and Disciplinary Literacy discussions of the past year; a chance to look at data and talk about it from a school perspective.
A critical component of a standards-based learning system is student engagement with the practices of the discipline. In these two sessions, we will examine protocols and strategies for collecting, examining, and analyzing instructional practices data; specifically:
- instructional practices that provide opportunities for students to engage in the practices
- the literacy challenges of the discipline
Standards-based learning systems are driven by data. Schools need credible evidence to make decisions that move both educators and student learners forward on their learning journey. Data-driven educational decision-making refers to the processes by which educators analyze student learning and instructional practices to identify the strengths and challenges of the academic program.
Examining instructional practices data helps in making more informed decisions about the potential for student learning, instruction and professional learning.
This two-part webinar series is open to NESA School teams of two or more.
Participants must have attended a NESA Standards-Based Learning System and/or Disciplinary Literacy event in 2020-2021, specifically:
- NESA Disciplinary Literacy Summit, March 5 & 6, 2021
- NESA Networked Learning Series: Implementing & Sustaining a Standards-Based Learning System, October 2020 - February 2021
- NESA Standards-Based Learning System Summit, Muscat, Oman, January 23 & 25, 2020
Teams are expected to attend both sessions: Part 1 on April 13, and Part 2 on April 20.
Science & Mathematics Consultant, including with the U.S. State Department's Office of Overseas Schools@Shamber2
ABOUT ERMA ANDERSON
Erma Anderson is a former high school physics and mathematics teacher and Albert Einstein Distinguished Fellow in the US Senate. She was a Senior Program Officer with the National Research Council assisting in the development of the National Science Education Standards and a Christa McAuliffe Fellow with the National Foundation for the Improvement of Education.
She has worked with the National Science Teachers Association on several projects including the Mentoring Initiative e-Mentoring for Student Success (eMSS), development of sciLINKS (www.sciLINKS.org), and Project Manager of Scope, Sequence and Coordination of Secondary School Science.
Offered at no cost to NESA Member & Affiliate schools.
Registration by invitation only. Please contact us if you meet the eligibility requirements outlined above and did not receive an invitation.