Data for Learning
May 25, 2021 - May 25, 2021
Being ‘data literate’ or knowing how to find and make sense of data is an increasingly important skillset for early years service managers, Committees of Management, and EYM executives that are focused on learning and improving quality and governance outcomes.
This live webinar will give you an overview of what it means to be data literate and receive guidance about how early years services can gather and make sense of data to identify needs, monitor progress, course correct and measure impact.
Participants will be engaged in activities where they will consider how and why to integrate data-based thinking into their planning and implementation, detect challenges to using data, and identify possible solutions.
Brought to you by ELAA Preferred partner, Australian Super, this session is for EYM executives and other organisational leaders, such as Committees of Management, who are responsible for leading and supporting educators to plan, implement and monitor their work.
Lauren Heery – Senior Project Coordinator, Centre for Community Child Health, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute.
Maria Fong – an experienced researcher with Centre for Community Child Health, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Maria specialises in synthesising research evidence and using co-design methods to collaborate with stakeholders.
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