Hosted by Panorama Education & Lakes Community HS
56 minutes - August 16, 2017
In today’s data-driven culture, schools and districts often find that they are data rich, but information poor. For educators and school leaders at Lakes Community High School (IL), supporting students’ growth across multiple dimensions is critical to their vision of success.
In this webinar, school psychologist Eric Born and teacher Thesera Bachert joins Sejin Mong of Panorama Education to share Lakes’ journey towards monitoring students’ real-time progress in social-emotional learning (SEL), academics, behavior, and attendance, in order to use data proactively to support every student.
Together, we highlight educators’ experiences in using key indicators to:
- Monitor early warning indicators and target interventions
- Use data within a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS)
- Support the development of students’ Social-Emotional Learning skills
Community High School District 117 and other districts across the country partner with Panorama Education to administer social-emotional learning surveys, to access student data reports, and to monitor early warning indicators.
Eric Born, is a school pyschologist at Lakes Community High School (IL). Previously, he graduated as a Specialist in School Psychology (SSP) from Western Illinois University.
Theresa Bachert, is a science teacher at Lakes Community High School (IL). Previously, she taught in the Chicago Public Schools and she now serves on Lakes Community HS's data equity team.
Sejin Mong is the Head of Strategic Engagements at Panorama Education. Previously, she was a former classroom teacher in Indianapolis Public Schools and a district data coach at Boston Public Schools.