School Counseling: Understanding Data and Working with All Educators

Wednesday, February 23, 2022
5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Central Time
Ayers Institute Webinars


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As educators we know that reviewing data points can reveal new opportunities! Whether you are an experienced school counselor, a new counselor, or a leader within a school district, we want to bring fresh new ideas and resources in reviewing data to implement evidence-based practices.

Hear from Dr. Lisa Davies and Dr. Gena Surgener from Lipscomb University’s School Counseling Program about best practices to consider for data collection and review. This webinar will highlight approaches to bring everyone to the table to set up students for success.

This online webinar is appropriate for school counselors, teachers, principals, and other stakeholders.



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