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How Purposeful Impact with Data Turned a Tennessee School From Bottom 5% to Top 5%

How Purposeful Impact with Data Turned a Tennessee School From Bottom 5% to Top 5%

How Purposeful Impact with Data Turned a Tennessee School From Bottom 5% to Top 5%

Elaine Swafford
Elaine Swafford
on behalf of Professional Educators of Tennessee

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Launch date: 12 Sep 2019
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Last updated: 23 Sep 2020

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Erin Hunt (15 Jul 2020)
I appreciate the heart this person has to put this much work into turning a failing school around, and I appreciate the teachers who can do all of that extra work to really go above and beyond too. I would love to see how administrators and coaches are helping the teachers to still have time to make engaging lessons and actually reflect on this data. Time is limited, and this is one of my weaknesses. I felt like I was drowning sometimes in documentation. It was kind of like trying to drive a car while only looking at the data on the dashboard. Since we still need to have our eyes on the road and sometimes glance at the gps, it is a balancing act! I'm happy she had the results she had, and those students are blessed to have an advocate with contagious passion. All the best.
Mr Howard Jones (11 Jun 2020)
AMAZING SESSION!
Kimberly Dorsey-Crochrell (22 May 2020)
Great Information

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Description

This session shows you how to use impactful data-driven instruction to implement a school turnaround.

Objectives

Learn tools to use with data driven instruction.
Elaine Swafford

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Elaine Swafford
on behalf of Professional Educators of Tennessee

Dr. Elaine Swafford is Director of the Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy, the first all-girls public charter STEM school in the State of Tennessee. She and her team are in the seventh year of overseeing a school turnaround.

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Tennessee Academy for School Leaders
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    Exam Attempts: 2
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    Exam Pass Rate: 80

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User Reviews (7)

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Erin Hunt (15 Jul 2020)
I appreciate the heart this person has to put this much work into turning a failing school around, and I appreciate the teachers who can do all of that extra work to really go above and beyond too. I would love to see how administrators and coaches are helping the teachers to still have time to make engaging lessons and actually reflect on this data. Time is limited, and this is one of my weaknesses. I felt like I was drowning sometimes in documentation. It was kind of like trying to drive a car while only looking at the data on the dashboard. Since we still need to have our eyes on the road and sometimes glance at the gps, it is a balancing act! I'm happy she had the results she had, and those students are blessed to have an advocate with contagious passion. All the best.
Mr Howard Jones (11 Jun 2020)
AMAZING SESSION!
Kimberly Dorsey-Crochrell (22 May 2020)
Great Information
Andrea Mayfield (30 Apr 2020)
She was very interesting to listen to. I learn a few things I plan to implement in my school next year. I am principal of a charter school in Memphis. I would be very interested in her fund-raising strategies.
Mrs Teresa Dillehay (13 Apr 2020)
Great presentation
Towan Henning (7 Apr 2020)
She is good.
James Elliott (25 Mar 2020)
We need more leaders in education like Dr. Swafford. I would love to work for her.

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