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Thursday, June 29 • 10:45am - 11:45am
Using Data for Inquiry: Asking Good Questions to Solve Big Problems FULL- ARRIVE EARLY

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Running a simulation with a comprehensive data tool created by the San Juan BOCES and a data analysis protocol used by Accelerator, you’ll learn to better understand complex problems (e.g., chronic absenteeism, achievement gaps), get to root causes, and view "poor" results as opportunities to dig in and discover a better understanding of the situation.

NOTE: We'll be using an Excel data tool during the session, so please bring a laptop or mobile device large enough to work with (e.g., iPad or other tablet; a phone screen will likely be difficult to navigate with). The tool is available at http://bit.ly/2tgJ0fd if you'd like to bookmark or download prior to the session. Thanks!


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Karen Herbert

Director of Professional Learning, The Colorado Education Initiative
Karen Herbert joined The Colorado Education Initiative (CEI) in 2015 as a director in Professional Learning. She supports educators in building capacity to gather and use a variety of data about students, educators, systems, and learning environments to drive continuous improveme... Read More →
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Matt Klausmeier

Data Strategist, San Juan BOCES


Thursday June 29, 2017 10:45am - 11:45am
Torreys Peak I

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