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Agenda at a Glance—Page 2


Color Key to Topics Data Collection Data Linking Beyond K-12 Data Management Data Privacy Data Quality Data Standards Data Use (Analytical) Data Use (Instructional) SLDS Workshop Other
Session F G H I J
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Opening Session—9:00 - 10:00
Concurrent
Session I
10:15 - 11:15 
Instructional Improvement Systems
Chatis, Conner, Kinaci, Popp, Ward
Weight, Weight, Please Tell Me!
Bell
Shared Services: Convergence Becoming Reality
Fruth, Paredes, Jackl
Restructuring P–12 Data Systems: Tennessee’s Vision for the Future
Charlesworth, Z. Young, Comer
Ensuring Data Quality, Timely Collections, and Effective Data Use From Your Statewide Longitudinal Data System (SLDS): The NJ SMART User Support and Training Program
Erlichson, McGlynn, Cummins
Concurrent
Session II
11:30 - 12:30
Teachers as Stakeholders and Data Users
Taylor, Koffink, Katahira, Holdren
Use of Technical, Educators, and Analytics Membership (TEAM) to Improve Data Modeling in K–12 Education
Mulvenon, Khojasteh
Increasing Access to EDFacts Through Public and Restricted Access Data
Seastrom, Santy
Concurrent
Session III
1:45 - 2:45
Planning for “eNAEP” Assessments—Potential Implications for Management Information System (MIS) Directors and Schools
Woods, Ferguson, Cole, Struense
A Business Intelligence Approach to Data Collection and Use
Yan, Slagle
Kansas’ Efforts in Developing the New System for Education Enterprise in Kansas (SEEK) Reporting Tool
Baranski
Transitioning From PEPTrak to myTrak
Scott, Craver, Bay
Developing and Deploying an Early Warning System With R and State Longitudinal Data System (SLDS) Data
Knowles
Concurrent
Session IV
3:00 - 4:00
Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs): Interstate and Intrastate Agreements
Rodriguez, Kiehne, Brooks
The Texas Student Data System & the Transition From the Person Identification Database (PID) to Unique ID—The Benefits & Reality
Gaston, Hartman, Bilir
Why Vendor Variety and Standards Interoperability Are Key to Successful Implementation
Griffin, Beekman
Data Unlimited: What a School System Can Accomplish When It Lets the Data Do the Talking
Daniel
Concurrent
Session V
4:15 - 5:15
Privacy Technical Assistance Center’s (PTAC) Analysis of State Public Reports
Rodriguez, Bevier, Klein
Leveraging Real-Time Data Collection to Improve Achievement
Peterson, Elia
Kansas’ Data Audit Framework Methodology: Improving Data Quality in Educational Longitudinal Data Systems
Holder
Learning From Others in South Carolina: Development of A Single-Source Analytics Model for Use in K–12 Education
Butler-Nalin, Mulvenon
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Concurrent
Session VI
9:00 - 10:00
Growth and Enhancement of Montana Students (GEMS)—Montana’s Statewide Longitudinal Education Data System
Ereth, Mohr, Tonderum
Approaches to Agency Restructuring Toward Common Goals
Taylor, Kiefer, Nesmith, Noel
Beyond Data Standards and Cleansing: Steps to Improve Information Quality
Holleman
A School Turnaround Model With Unprecedented Results! Use of New Technology to Measure and Guide Progress Yeater, Rosete, Verdick Data Standards for Content: Granular Learning Standards, Learning Resources Culatta, Goodell, Levin, Jay
Concurrent
Session VII
10:15 - 11:15
Privacy Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) Toolkit: New Design! New Materials!
Hawes, Rodriguez, Odom
Context Matters in Diné Education: Factors Contributing to the Academic Achievement of Navajo Students
White
Use Open-Source Software to Collect and Manage Data Easily and Cheaply
Yan, Slagle
Concurrent
Session VIII
11:30 - 12:30
Automating State Reporting—A Regional Service Agency Success Story
Fruth, Schmidt
Exploring North Carolina School Statistics: A Look at Our New Online Statistical Profile and ARRA/RTTT Financial Reporting Application
Cox, Cernik
Preliminary, Provisional, and Final Data—Establishing a Data Release Life Cycle
Santy
 
Concurrent
Session IX
1:45 - 2:45
MyDataButton
Sessa, Alderson, Bay
Including Course Records in Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems (SLDS): Benefits, Challenges, and Progress Made
J. Brown, Laird
Starting From “Scratch” With a District Data System
Fruth, Yap
Using a Social Network and an Online Knowledge Base to Increase Collaboration and Communication Across Schools/Districts
Koffink, Schwartz
Concurrent
Session X
3:00 - 4:00
Designing and Implementing Data-Driven Educational Solutions for the District and State
Kleinman, Jackl, Hurwitch, Ballard, Tamayo
Closing the Gap—Effective Use of Educational Data to Strengthen Classroom Instruction
Krueger, Holland
Title I Allocation Inputs
Taciak, Millett, Sonnenberg
Agile Development Using Scrum
Retzlaff
Concurrent
Session XI
4:15 - 5:15
School Accountability Data Integration in Practice
Swarm, Moore
Improving the SEA-LEA Data Relationship, Data Quality, Data Governance, and Support for Data Use
Kraman, Smith
What’s New With the NCES School District Demographics (SDDS) and Web Mapping Tools
Phan, Allegretti, Lippmann
Effective Teaching—A New Hampshire Model for Educator Evaluations
Koffink, Schwartz
 
Friday, February 15, 2013
Concurrent
Session XII
9:00 - 10:00
Student Non-Promotional Mobility: Spatial-Temporal Analysis of Student Mobility Patterns and Outcomes Using a Statewide Longitudinal Data System (SLDS)
S. Doore
District’s Implementation of Cohort-Based Accountability: Tracking Academic Performance and Non-Academic Factors to Inform Decisionmaking Among Stakeholders
Mwavita, Race, Kitchens
 Comprehensive Intervention Model for Maine (CIMME): A Real-Time Decision Support Information System for Literacy Instruction and Intervention
B. Doore
Concurrent
Session XIII
10:15 - 11:15
Drilling Down the Data: Analyzing Enrollment Patterns of Females in Advanced Placement (STEM) Courses in North Carolina
Lynch, Hinson Quick, St. Claire Atkinson
 
Color Key to Topics Data Collection Data Linking Beyond K-12 Data Management Data Privacy Data Quality Data Standards Data Use (Analytical) Data Use (Instructional) SLDS Workshop Other


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