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2018 WASSA Fall Workshop

2018 WI Summit for Data Informed Leadership Schedule at a Glance

Thursday, March 1:

8:30 a.m. Pre-Conference Workshops

  1. Root Cause Analysis: From Student Data to Practices – Grand A
  2. Data Audit for Leadership Teams – Grand B

11:30 a.m. Lunch on your own.  (At the Hyatt or offsite)

1:15 p.m. General Session: Lighting the Path to Improvement: Hope Is Not Strategy & Accountability Is Not Commitment – Grand Ballroom D

3:15 – 4:15 pm Breakout Sessions Round 1

  1. The Wisconsin Coaching Competency Practice Profile: Informing a Comprehensive Coaching System – Grand A
  2. Student-Centered Coaching in a Digital World: Redefine Learning – Grand B
  3. One Student at a Time:  Preventing Tragedy Before It Happens – Grand C
  4. High School Assessment Data Literacy – Grand F
  5. Calculating Student Engagement Into Your RtI Equation – Grand G
  6. Grading for Learning:  A Middle School Journey – Grand H
  7. Measuring and Reporting PLC Fidelity of Implementation: Tools for Continuous Improvement – Riverview 1
  8. Ensuring High Quality Universal Instruction: A "Real Time" Response to Student Needs – Riverview 2
  9. Implementing a Student-Driven Academic and Career Planning Process – Riverview 3
  10. Data Inquiry Process – Ballroom A1 (Lower Level)
  11. Redefining College and Career Readiness in Wisconsin Schools – Ballroom A2 (Lower Level)

4:15 p.m. Team Time Reception – Grand Foyer D

5:30 p.m. Adjourn for the day  

Friday, March 2:

8:30 a.m. General Session: Are We Focusing on Learning? – Grand Ballroom D

10:30 a.m. Break

10:45 – 11:45 am Breakout Sessions Round 2

  1. Getting to the Good Stuff:  Resiliency and Investment – Grand A
  2. Motivating the Elephant, Directing the Rider, & Clearing the Path: Continuous System-Wide Improvement Through Staff Empowerment, Targeted Action, and Collective Accountability – Grand B
  3. Student Impacts:  A Comprehensive View of Leading, Learning and Achievement – Grand C
  4. Illuminating the Black Box: Assessing and Monitoring Impact – Grand F
  5. The Most Effective, Easily Incorporated Data Analysis Techniques for Education at All Staff Levels – Grand G
  6. Perpetually Learning - Differentiated Assessments & Standards Based Grading – Grand H
  7. Making Sense of It All:  Aligning Practices to Achieve Proficiency and Beyond for Every Learner – Ballroom A1 (Lower Level)
  8. Continuous Improvement, the Mindset for Building a Collaborative Data System – Riverview 2
  9. Driving Systemic Change Through the SAIL Framework – Riverview 3
  10. Connecting the Dots:  Leveraging Literacy, Numeracy, and Digital Coaching for the Benefit of Students and Teachers – Riverview 1
  11. Understanding & Utilizing the DPI WISEdata Portal & WISEdash Snapshot Tools – Ballroom A2 (Lower Level)

11:45 a.m. Lunch – Grand Ballroom DE

12:45 – 1:45 pm Breakout Sessions Round 3

  1. Getting to Instructional Agility:  Using Assessments AS Instruction – Grand A
  2. Coaching With a Lens on Equity – Grand B
  3. Linking Assessment Data & Continuums of Learning in PLCs – Grand H
  4. A Collaborative Approach for Data-Based Decision-Making – Grand G
  5. Golf Simulation - How to Utilize Success Criteria (Rubrics) Within the Gradual Release of Responsibility Instructional Framework to Inform Student's Learning and Inform Teacher's Instruction Through the Use of Explicit and Timely Feedback – Grand C
  6. Strengths-Based Feedback: Using Data to Reflect and Take Action – Grand F
  7. We’re Choosin’ Inclusion: CCR Opportunities for All – Riverview 1
  8. From Confusion to Collaboration: A Systematic Approach to Improving Literacy Instruction – Riverview 3
  9. Using Classroom Assessment Data to Drive Instruction for All Learners – Riverview 2
  10. Lessons Learned:  Leadership and Systems Alignment for Improving Student Outcomes and Closing Achievement Gaps – Ballroom A1 (Lower Level)
  11. WISEdash Essentials – Ballroom A2 (Lower Level)

2:00 – 3:00 pm Breakout Sessions Round 4

  1. A Journey in Increasing Student Literacy Achievement: Aligning Data to Professional Learning Opportunities – Grand A
  2. All Means All at Hortonville Middle School – Grand H
  3. Leveraging Student Community Connections for Collaboration and Support – Grand B
  4. Aligning DATA Practices: From District to Student Level – Grand F
  5. One School’s Story:  Unwrapping a Professional Learning Community to Close the Achievement Gap – Grand C
  6. Making Connections: Creating Shared Understanding of District Strategic Plans, District Action Plans, and School Action Plans – Riverview 1
  7. Using Action-Based Data to Support School Improvement Planning – Riverview 2
  8. Utilizing Classroom Learning Systems to Engage and Empower Students in Their Own Learning – Riverview 3
  9. Student Data Driven Interventions – Grand G
  10. Situating Your Data Within Cycles of Inquiry, Linking These Cycles to Phases of Change – Ballroom A1 (Lower Level)
  11. Student Engagement Inquiry – Ballroom A2 (Lower Level)

3:00 p.m. Summit Adjourns

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