Data Literacy: Data Driven Decision Making at All Levels

Studies have shown that using data wisely is a hallmark for improving schools. And when it comes to data, districts have an over-abundance of it these days it seems. But all the data in the world will have little impact unless teachers and administrators feel comfortable, knowledgeable, and skilled in analyzing the different forms of data at their fingertips. Join us as we take a look at data literacy-what it means and its importance; knowing what data to use and when; how to set-up and maintain data discussion; and other key items to help you and your district become more data literate.

Target Audience: Curriculum Directors, Administrators, Instructional Coaches, or lead teachers assigned to the duty of overseeing data reviews.

Location: Macon R-I Central Office | 902 N. Missouri St. | Macon, MO 63522

Note: Participants will enter through the basement door on the back side of the building. You are encouraged to park in the back lot close to Burger King.

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