We all love data, and we all have so much of it! But huge volumes of data about students, faculty and staff can make it difficult for educational leaders to use data to guide decision-making that empowers positive change and supports district outcomes.
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Learn how to spice up your Professional Development with Badging by Performance Matters. Educators always try to make learning fun for students, why should educator growth be any different?
If your educators aren’t getting a complete view of the data that reflects and influences student achievement, then it’s time to improve the picture. Performance Matters leverages the data and analytics from a unified PD platform and student assessment solution to create deeper connections and improve student achievement.
In the latest podcast, TalentEd’s team of data, analytics and research experts explain the difference between reporting and analytics — and why it matters to K-12 education.
The ‘Jefferson experience’ — Creating a culture that fosters educator effectiveness and student performance
Educational barriers and challenges often vary by region, yet at districts where odds seem disproportionately stacked against student success — such as Jefferson County Schools (JCS) in rural West Virginia — school leaders know that delivering excellence in education requires vision, strategy and, sometimes, complete process overhaul.
Download the guide to learn how using Google Docs for performance management can lead to poor results, and hear which solution has helped six districts facilitate effective performance management.
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Rick Arnett, assistant superintendent at Lake Orion Community Schools in Michigan, and Mike Shepherd, director of human resources at Folsom Cordova Unified School District in California, share their strategies for addressing union concerns when implementing a new performance evaluation solution.
One Saturday when Chris Tatum, director of secondary personnel at Amarillo ISD, was 496 miles from his district, he found the perfect opportunity to complete nine candidate interviews.
TalentEd Chief Research Officer Nick Montgomery explains why the research behind many assessments cause them to fall short, and what it takes to predict the effectiveness of teacher candidates.