How Collaborating Around Data Drives the Continuous Improvement Process

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Charity Dacey, Associate Dean & Associate Professor, Jeffery Blanchard, Dir. Honors Program, Felician School of Education

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In educator preparation, administrators must meaningfully and regularly use data to improve programs for their current and future staff. In this free webinar, the Felician School of Education shares how they used a collaborative approach during their accreditation process. You’ll learn about their strategy and the many benefits it triggered, including stronger connections between coursework objectives and larger assessment goals and an improved focus on student success, retention, and engagement. You’ll learn how to: - Identify the type of support your teacher educators need - Use coursework objectives, assessment, and the student journey to inform your educator preparation - Create a shared space to collaboratively collect and analyze data This presentation is a recording from the Watermark Engage 2022 Conference.
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