The Nevada Association of School Administrators (NASA) exists to serve Nevada's PreK-12 Professional Development needs for ALL educators and support professionals.
NASA, in partnership with STROBEL EDUCATION, presents:

"Data-Driven Instruction: Using Assessment to Improve Student Outcomes"

Wednesday, April 6: 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Wednesday April 13: 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Wednesday April 20: 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM
$20 for Support Staff
$40 for NASA Members
$60 for Non-NASA Members
Dr. Kristie Ennis

Dr. Ennis is a Strobel Education consultant, a nationally board-certified teacher (ELA/YA), and a college English instructor. She earned her undergraduate and first Master's degree from the University of Louisville, her second Master’s degree from Western Kentucky University, and is currently a doctoral candidate at Murray State University. A public school teacher for eight years before leaving the classroom to coach high school ELA teachers at the district level, Kristie is an intuitive and engaging presenter. She’s well-versed on various topics—including data-driven decision making, standards-based grading, genius hour, and growth mindset—and her ability to read a room helps her make magic during her teacher training. 
ALL are welcome, including anyone in a non-administrative position!

Participants will earn .5 credit (7.5 hours) toward license renewal!

This workshop ALSO counts for step advancement in Clark and most Nevada School Districts!
In CCSD, those in non-administrative licensed positions may count this workshop for license renewal AND ALSO CU accrual - THOSE IN NON-ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS EARN BOTH! 
(unlimited CUs in this category for those in non-administrative positions)

In CCSD, administrators and professional-technical administrators may count this workshop for license renewal OR hour accrual toward step-advancement - not both for administrators. 
(maximum of 30 hours per advancement cycle for administrators in this category)!
Workshop Description:

With increasing accountability, using data to inform instructional practices is more important than ever. Most educators, however, did not enter the profession because they wanted to be statisticians or number crunchers. The data collection and analysis process can be daunting, particularly when it comes from the top down. It is critical to involve administrators, teachers, and students in the process of determining what data can be regularly collected inside and outside of the classroom, and how the information gleaned from an analysis of that data can be successfully used to increase positive outcomes for students, teachers, and schools. The content of this workshop is research-based and ready to be implemented into schools today!

Learning Outcomes:

  • Learners will define data and determine best practices for data collection that can positively affect student outcomes.
  • Learners will explore relevant research about using data-driven instruction to inform classroom practices and to meet the academic needs of their students.
  • Learners will analyze current data collection practices in their schools and/or districts and determine both strengths and areas for growth.
  • Learners will determine how collaboration with various stakeholders can strengthen data collection practices in their schools and/or districts.
  • Learners will utilize best practices for data-driven instruction to create a sustainable plan for data collection in their schools and/or districts.
  • Learners will design a model instructional plan based on student data that will improve student outcomes.  
Become a NASA Member and register at a lower rate!
Anyone can become a NASA Member!
To become a NASA Member go to: