In this webinar, our focus is on making data review and action a part of your every day in the next semester. We'll discuss how to set aside time for data reflection, how to structure data meetings to best use available time, and what kinds of data points to focus on. We will share their experiences and best practices, and participants will have the opportunity to plan their first data meetings of the school year.
Tips and best practices to support your school community through the coronavirus
We spoke to Carlos Alvarez, Dean of Culture at Alliance Neuwirth Leadership Academy in Los Angeles about how he uses Deanslist and right-brain restorative justice to dramatically change disciplinary outcomes.
Using DeansList, KIPP Chicago created a tiered system that has significantly reduced chronic absenteeism.
By implementing DeansList, LaKisha Hoffman and Caliber Beta Academy have transformed their Four Pillars into a behavior system that allows students to grow in a positive and productive environment, keeps parents well informed, and helps administrators react nimbly and effectively to any issue.
Proactive support for at-risk students is a key step towards getting kids to show up on time, everyday.
Data collection and review routines give you extraordinary power to shape student outcomes in your classroom and beyond.
Educators are busy, and it can sometimes feel like there is only time in the day to address the highest level concerns. With DeansList, you can automatically call out positive student behavior to create a more positive school culture and improve outcomes for your students.
Handling behavior issues in the classroom while they are still small is key to building healthy relationships with your students and fostering student success.
DeansList lets you make customizable, comprehensive, and accessible report cards using data to tell complete stories about each of your students.
Walk away from your meetings empowered with clear action steps to increase class attendance, lower referral rates, and build better relationships with your students.