Navigating Decision-Making in Uncertain Times
Listen and learn : Lecture
Friday, December 4, 1:45–2:30 pm PST (Pacific Standard Time)
LeAnn Fisher Ben Maynard Glen Zollman
Decision-making in the classroom, school, or district can be tricky to navigate. Educators desire clear direction and confirmation that their efforts are on track and improving student outcomes. The challenges of 2020 have compounded this need, especially in terms of ensuring equity and access for all. Some districts, like Simpson County in Kentucky, had the right data at their fingertips, which they used to make decisions with confidence. In this session, Ben Maynard from Kentucky Department of Education and LeAnn Fisher from Simpson County School District will share their story and discuss how they leveraged their BrightBytes data.
|Audience:||Chief technology officers/superintendents/school board members, Coaches, Principals/head teachers|
|Attendee devices:||Devices not needed|
|Topic:||Using the ISTE Standards|
|ISTE Standards:||For Students:
The session is aimed at understanding how districts can benefit from BrightBytes and how they can take a data-driven approach towards embedding the ISTE Standards in the curriculum district-wide.
Introduction to ISTE - 10mins
Introduction to BrightBtyes - 10mins
Presentation from districts - 30 mins
Q&A - 10mins
LeAnn Fisher currently serves Simpson County Schools in Franklin, Kentucky as the Instructional Supervisor and District Assessment Coordinator. Before this role, she served schools as an elementary teacher, an elementary administrator, a middle school administrator, and as a curriculum/instruction/assessment specialist. In her current role, LeAnn supports teachers and students by aligning instructional and assessment practices to better prepare students for success.