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Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development - ASCD

http://www.ascd.org/

The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) is a prominent professional association committed to forging covenants in teaching and learning for the success of all learners. ASCD provides professional development, a major annual conference, a wide range of practitioner-oriented publications, and other services for educators.
 

Center for the Advanced Study of Technology Leadership in Education (CASTLE)

http://www.schooltechleadership.org/

While we might take exception to its billing as "the nation's only center dedicated to the technology needs of school administrators," CASTLE does offer many technology leadership resources that complement our own here at TICAL. It is the brainchild of Dr. Scott McLeod.
 

Data Teams

http://www.portical.org/podcasts/data-teams/64.htm

In this Radio TICAL episode, San Jose Unified School District managers Bill Erlendson and Marcy Lauck share a new way to facilitate data-driven decision making.
 

Educators’ Website for Information Technology

http://ltd.edc.org

Funded by the U.S. Department of Education, EWIT (Educators’ Website for Information Technology) provides help with strategic planning, assessment, curriculum development, professional development and evaluation. You may also find the searchable database very helpful when looking for information technology career education. It includes current research, reports, publications, latest innovations and trends. Also included are instructional resources such as curriculum and assessment, standards, implementation tools, integrating academics and information technology.
 

Just For The Kids-California (JFTK-CA) Presentation

http://www.portical.org/Presentations/miller/#jftk

Locating beneficial resources to help display data can be a daunting task. TICAL cadre member Sandra Miller shares many ways this free resource for California schools can display data and provide best practices. After viewing this presentation, you will be ready to use your site's data for key decision making.
 

NORMES - The National Office for Research, Measurement and Evaluation Systems

http://catalog.uark.edu/generalinfo/universitycentersandresearchunits/normes/

The goal of the National Office for Research, Measurement and Evaluation Systems (NORMES) web site is to provide a readily accessible source for reliable educational achievement data in Arkansas. Subsections include data on achievement gaps among subgroups of students within districts and across the state. If you are an Arkansas school leader, you'll want to be familiar with this site and be able to interpret it to parents and the community.
 

School Improvement as a Function of Engaged Students, Revivified Teachers, and an Involved Community

http://www.portical.org/Presentations/leadership3.0_symposium_index2.html#school_improve

In this presentation from the Leadership 3.0 Symposium, Rushton Hurley addresses how rapid change in funding, technology and the political climate has made strengthening staff morale and collaboration all the more complex, but these challenges may offer phenomenal opportunities for your school. This presentation discusses six interwoven techniques for improving student performance, rekindling teacher professionalism, and connecting with supporters in the community. Come with an open mind and leave with resources, ideas and a plan for a strong end to the school year.
 

Using Classroom Data to Improve Student Achievement

http://www.classroomdata.org/

If you are a principal try to use data-driven decision making to improve student achievement, then this website has a lot of information for you. In his Using Classroom Data to Improve Student Achievement institute, Dr. Dennis Fox teaches principals and teachers simple, step-by-step, easy to use strategies that apply to all grade levels, subject areas, and scoring systems. These strategies help principals help classroom teachers better organize classroom data.
 

Using Technology to Make Sense of Data

http://www.portical.org/ryder_intro.html

Using scores from a district-wide writing assessment as an example, Dan Ryder explains how to use a simple database and spreadsheet to manage and analyze student assessment data.
 

Western States Benchmarking Consortium

http://www.wsbenchmark.org

Superintendents and school district executives came together to support continuous improvement within their organizations. The organization shares "benchmarks" that articulate the steps toward achieving improved learning for all students. This site provides many valuable resources for district who are looking to improve.
 
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