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Data-Driven Culture with Dr. Dianna Whitlock

In this excerpt from Information Matrix’s “Advancing Education Through Innovation & Technology” episode, SFS’s own Dr. Dianna Whitlock discusses the lack of established processes for submitting teacher feedback in this data-driven culture. Without a formal process, communication issues arise, which means teachers can’t be properly supported and expected to grow and get better over time. Collecting empirical data to give to teachers and reflect upon it allows teachers to receive the support they need from their administrators and improve in the classroom, which in turn leads to lower teacher turnover and more stability overall.

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Standard for Success

Teacher and staff evaluations are a necessary part of school administration, but, for many, they can be time-consuming, cumbersome and inconsistent. Standard For Success has completely transformed the teacher evaluation process so it is efficient, manageable and coordinated. To learn more about how SFS can transform your evaluation process, visit https://www.standardforsuccess.

Information Matrix

Information Matrix is an award-winning program that highlights new stories and innovative concepts through groundbreaking short-form and long-form documentary presentation. The program is able to effectively communicate the most critical stories to a wide and diverse audience. Information Matrix is hosted by the inimitable Laurence Fishburne. For more episodes and information, visit https://informationmatrixtv.com.

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