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Leading Effective Weekly Data Meetings with Paul Bambrick-Santoyo

  • DoubleTree Campbell Centre 8250 North Central Expressway Dallas, TX, 75206 United States (map)

At A Glance

In this one-day workshop with renowned education expert Paul Bambrick-Santoyo, your campus team will practice conducting effective data analysis meetings that truly leverage assessment data (and your team members) to maximize student achievement.

Date: Friday, September 8, 2017 from 8 AM – 5 PM

Designed for: Elementary & secondary teachers, coaches, and school leaders

Cost: Early Bird- $400/person (July 17-August 7); Regular registration- $500/person (August 8-August 25)

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Leading Effective Weekly Data Meetings with Paul Bambrick-Santoyo

 

Schools across the country have been implementing data-driven instruction to improve student achievement in their schools. In that process, leaders and teachers have grappled with a few core questions:

  • What do we do when students aren’t mastering the standard? 
  • How do I figure out the root cause of the error and how do I build a re-teaching plan that works? 

Even when teacher teams come together to address these questions, they often struggle to be maximally effective.  Leading Effective Weekly Data Meetings addresses these challenges directly by teaching:

  • How to lead teacher teams in to maximize the effective analysis of student work
  • How to identify the root cause of student error and select the re-teaching strategy that will close the gap

Over the course of the workshop, participants will watch videos of teacher teams who are some of the highest-achieving in the country.  They will leave with all the tools, protocols and resources to replicate this success in their own school.

Facilitated by Paul Bambrick-Santoyo, author and Chief Schools Officer for High Schools and K-12 Development at Uncommon Schools, this one-day practice-based workshop will help you and your campus team learn how to implement weekly data meetings effectively to increase student achievement at your school.

Pre-work

Please bring a sample of student work from your classroom or (if a leader) from one of the teachers that you lead:

  • Bring three pieces of student work from an exit ticket or weekly quiz for a standard that students are still struggling to master:
    • One high-achieving student
    • One medium-achieving student
    • One struggling/low-achieving student
    • (Alternatively, if an exit ticket doesn’t work, you can bring student work from a recent benchmark/interim assessment)
  • Narrow the student work to just 1-3 questions that are all on the same standard:
    • If a literacy question, bring the passage that they read
    • Choose a question where you have student work that reveals their thinking (either an open-ended question or multiple choice questions with student work annotated alongside them)

Workshop Objectives

Leaders will be able to:

  • practice having a weekly data meeting which uses student interim/formative assessment data to identify instructional gaps
  • review student exit tickets and identify the highest leverage misconceptions to address
  • plan and practice remediation to address student misconceptions

*Each participant is eligible to receive 8 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits toward Texas educator requirements for their positive attendance and participation in the training. Please note that late arrivals or early departures by more than half an hour will count as an absence.

 

Paul Bambrick-Santoyo

Paul Bambrick-Santoyo, author and Chief Schools Officer for High Schools and K-12 Content Development for Uncommon Schools

Paul Bambrick-Santoyo, author and Chief Schools Officer for High Schools and K-12 Content Development for Uncommon Schools

Paul Bambrick-Santoyo is the Chief Schools Officer for High Schools and K-12 Content Development. Prior to that role, Bambrick-Santoyo spent 13 years leading Uncommon’s Newark-based schools, North Star Academies. During his tenure at North Star, the schools grew from serving less than 300 students to over 3,000 while at the same time making dramatic gains in student achievement. North Star’s results make them among the highest-achieving urban schools in the nation and winners of multiple recognitions, including the US Department of Education’s National Blue Ribbon Award.

Author of Driven by Data, Leverage Leadership, and Great Habits, Great Readers, Bambrick-Santoyo has trained over 15,000 school leaders worldwide in instructional leadership, including multiple schools that have gone on to become the highest-gaining or highest achieving schools in their districts, states and/or countries. Based on that success, Bambrick-Santoyo co-founded the Relay National Principals Academy Fellowship and is founder and Dean of the Leverage Leadership Institute, creating proofpoints of excellence in urban schools nationwide.

Prior to joining North Star, Bambrick-Santoyo worked for six years in a bilingual school in Mexico City, where he founded the International Baccalaureate program at the middle school level. He earned a B.A. in Social Justice from Duke University and his M.Ed. in School Administration via New Leaders from the City University of New York—Baruch College.

 


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Registration FAQs

Please expect to receive a full logistics memo, including complete event FAQs, parking information, pre-work, and other important logistics, in late August.

 

When is the deadline to register?

Early Bird Registration ends on Monday, August 7 at 11:30pm CST or when capacity is reached. Early Bird Registration is $400 per person.

The regular registration deadline is Friday, August 25 at 11:30pm CST or when capacity is reached. Regular Registration is $500 per person.

 

Can I bring a guest from my campus?

Yes. In fact, we encourage it! Each guest is a separate paid attendee. Guests do not have to be Teaching Trust participants or alumni to attend.

If you are registering guests, please have the following information ready for each guest upon checkout:

  • guest name
  • campus
  • role
  • email address
  • cell phone number
  • PO# (if applicable)
  • dietary restrictions
  • special accommodations

  

I can no longer attend the event. Does Teaching Trust offer refunds?

Unfortunately, Teaching Trust cannot offer refunds once an order has been placed. However, you may substitute another individual from your campus at no fee. All campus leaders will be asked to provide final registration/attendee information for members of their campus teams by Friday, August 25, 2017.

To change attendees from your campus team, please email Haley Pittman at hpittman@teachingtrust.org.

 

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

For questions or concerns about the training, please contact Haley Pittman at hpittman@teachingtrust.org.

 

Please expect to receive a full logistics memo, including complete event FAQs, parking information, pre-work, and other important logistics, in late August.