Establishing a School-Wide Data and Evidence Plan

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Establishing a School-Wide Data and Evidence Plan

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Facilitator(s): Kurtis Hewson

Date:December 01, 2021
Time:4:00 pm to 4:45 pm MTN
  • $20.00 (CAD)
Location: Virtual
Course code: 22-LE-036-CARC

About this learning opportunity

Data informs! When schools have a targeted plan for the collection and utilization of data and evidence related to student success, conversations become more focused and staff can see the impact their collective practices are having for students! Kurtis will share a variety of considerations, templates and samples for school leaders in regards to establishing a school-wide data and evidence plan, focused on the key measures being used to inform priority areas.

This session addresses the TQS competency #4: Establishing Inclusive Learning Environments

This learning opportunity is being subsidized through funding from Alberta Education.

About the facilitator(s)

Lead Learner - Jigsaw Learning
Kurtis Hewson has been an award-winning teacher, vice-principal, and principal, as well as taught at the post-secondary level. With over a decade of experience as an administrator, Kurtis has championed the call for collaborative structures in schools to ensure success for all students. In addition to two finalist awards from Alberta Excellence in Teaching program and an Edwin Parr award recipients for excellence in his first year of teaching, Kurtis was an honoree for the ASCD Outstanding Young Educator Award in 2010. Kurtis is one of five Alberta principals featured in Reflecting on Leadership for Learning: Case Studies of Five Alberta Elementary School Principals, addressing exemplary leadership practices in elementary schools in Alberta. He is the co-founder of Jigsaw Learning, a co-author of the text Envisioning a Collaborative Response Model, and currently works with districts and schools nationally and internationally establishing Collaborative Response frameworks and interacting with thousands of educators annually."