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Data storytelling for professional learning advocacy

Presenters: Jon Bernstein, Robyn Sullivan-Jackson, & Larissa McCoy

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If 2021-22 has taught us anything, it is that when it comes to advocating for professional learning, no matter at what level – building, system, region, or national – you are going to need to show evidence of effectiveness. However, data alone is not enough to move people to action. This webinar will focus on strategies that will help you in planning, preparing, and sharing data that tell compelling stories and move people to action.       Participants of this webinar will: Learn how to use frameworks and tools from Learning Forward to help plan, prepare, and share data. Learn basic storytelling concepts that can be applied to persuasive communications. Understand how to weigh the value of local, state/regional, and national data and how

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Presenters
Founder and President at Bernstein Strategy Group | + posts

Jon Bernstein is the founder and president of Bernstein Strategy Group. He has over 25 years of experience in education, technology, privacy, appropriations, and telecommunications policy. Today, Jon works closely with many of the major K-12 education associations as co-chair of both the Education and Libraries Networks Coalition and the Homework Gap Big Tent Coalition and as executive director of the National Coalition for Technology in Education and Training. He also helps lead the Principals Group, which focuses on professional development funding and related issues.

Literacy Coach at Leto High School | + posts

Robyn Sullivan-Jackson was District Reading Coach of the Year in 2011. She developed and presented curriculum materials throughout the district and at the State of Florida Literacy Design Collaborative. A recipient of Learning Forward’s 2015 Shirley Hord Learning Team of the Year, she is also a graduate of Learning Forward’s Academy and US DOE Teach to Lead program. Sullivan-Jackson currently serves as literacy coach, reading department head, and mentor to new and veteran teachers at Leto High School.

Principal at Leto High School | + posts

Larissa McCoy was the State of Florida Reading Teacher of the Year in 2010. As an assistant principal, she was recognized as the State of Florida Reading Leader of the Year in 2013. A recipient of Learning Forward’s 2015 Shirley Hord Learning Team of the Year, she is also a graduate of the Learning Forward Academy and US DOE Teach to Lead program. McCoy is now serving the students of Leto High as principal.

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