The MassCUE Datapalooza event focuses on educators sharing best practices for using data in the classroom, school, or district. The event will start with a morning keynote followed by a series of presentations (55 minutes long) throughout the day. We are encouraging educators to attend this event in teams that consist of school and district administrators, technology directors, technology integration specialists, and classroom teachers or specialists. Presentations will demonstrate on how schools and/or districts effectively use data to improve teaching and learning.
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Limit: 125 educators.
This event will be held at:
Worcester State University
486 Chandler Street
Worcester, MA 01602
Henry Turner & Amy Winston, Keynote
Honing in on the Data that Matters for your School
From state assessments to common assessments and from discipline data to college projection data, schools are inundated with data these days. While the data tells a story about your school, presenting this data to your faculty or families can overwhelm and disinterest them quickly. Learn about how the leadership at Newton North High School used a very focused data set, over a period of many years, to propel the community’s work on narrowing achievement gaps. We will also share how we are shifting our priorities to explore new data sets that are raising interesting questions about how schools should define success. We will share the success NNHS has had by targeting particular data, how we try to make sense of complicated data, and how we are shifting our focus to different data sets to address new needs.
Amy Winston has worked as Newton North HS since 1999. She taught physics, was the Department Head for Science and Technology/Engineering for 10 years and is now in her fourth year as Vice Principal.
Henry Turner in his 7th year as a high school principal, having spent four years as principal of Bedford High School and is now in his 3rd year as principal of Newton North High School. He has an Ed.D in Education Leadership from Boston College and his dissertation focused on the role of distributed leadership in gaining acceptance of large-scale technology initiatives.
Call for Proposals is Now Open!
Submit your proposal to present at Datapalooza, 2019 no later than November 5, 2018.
Presentations will include (but are not limited to):
· Setting up and maintaining a data warehouse
· Mining data effectively
· Using data to narrow the achievement gap
· Sharing effective ways to deal with data phobia
· Considering data from a variety of sources
· Using data to communicate with colleagues across grade levels and district
· Collecting, analyzing and presenting/sharing data both informally and formally
· Sharing how leadership teams promote and guide the use of data within their districts
|Registration||$65.00 (fee includes lunch)|
|Date and Time||January 8, 2019 (snow date: January 9, 2019)|
|Location||Worcester State University|
|Audience||Teachers and Administrators|
7:45 to 8:25- Registration and light breakfast
8:30 to 9:15 Keynote
9:30 to 10:20 Session 1
10:30 to 11:20 Session 2
11:30 to 12:15 Lunch and Vendor visits
12:15 to 12:40 Data Slam- share our best data tips
12:45 to 1:35 Session 3
1:45 to 2:35 Session 4
Sponsorship Opportunity: Two spots left! (Limit of 4 sponsors at $750 each)
• Banquet table for materials
• Two complimentary registrations
• Recognition before the morning keynote
• Logo on Datapalooza Conference webpage 1 month prior and up to event
• Opportunity to offer one workshop during the day
Please email Shelley Chamberlain at email@example.com
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