Data-Informed Improvement 

We believe that professionals need more than gut-feelings or emotional responses to their work in order to improve. Therefore, we believe that through the use of observational data, survey data, and outcome data we can best structure growth plans and feedback.

 

Surveys and methodology we use are norm-referenced, validated, and highly researched. Here are some examples of the tools we use: 

  • Perceived Stress Scale

  • Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) 

  • MAISA units of instruction 

  • PLC models for data conversations 

  • Cognitive Coaching

Our goal is to match the tools to the needs of each educator and their personal growth plan.

"Mentoring is a process of becoming, not an unimpeded march to perfection." - Max DePree

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