Data Utilization in Practice

In Data Utilization in Practice, participants learn how to use data to inform practices that support student and family outcomes. This training builds on the awareness of data terminology developed in foundations of Data Utilization training and examines data use in early childhood settings. The training builds on an awareness of data terminology and examines data use in early childhood settings. It explores how to distinguish between multiple levels, purposes and sources of data and analyze the difference to make informed decisions. Participants can apply the lessons from the training to their daily work no matter what type or quantity of data their programs collect. This training supports early childhood programs and providers in cultivating a climate and infrastructure of data use and implementation for continuous quality improvements of practices and outcomes.

Who should attend?

  • Executive directors
  • Family support staff
  • Family support supervisors
  • Local evaluation partners (LEPs)
  • Master teachers, coaches, curriculum and instruction managers, education coordinators
  • National evaluation partners (NEPs)
  • Program administrators
  • Program area managers
  • School directors
  • Teaching staff
  • All other Educare staff

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