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Wednesday, July 26 • 10:15am - 11:00am
Using Schoology to Develop Data Driven Professional Learning Communities

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As more American Schools develop and institute the culture of Professional Learning Communities, attendees will discover how to collaborate, share, and use data from Schoology to improve student learning, better their own professional practice, and create a school climate that challenges all stakeholders to raise their level of achievement.

Objectives: Attendees will come away from the session with
  • An understanding of how to collaborate, organize and share materials & resources 
  • Connect learning objectives to Schoology assessments 
  • Organize data into useful formats which allow teams to quickly analyze student data 
  • Create a culture for placing student learning at the forefront of educational practice.


Brian Bruggeman

Band Director, Monroe Middle School
I am a middle school band director with a passion for creating a skills-based, student-centered learning environment. This year I have investigated ways of incorporating data-driven instructional practices into my daily routine. I have integrated Schoology into my band courses... Read More →

Wendy Dyrhaug

Science Teacher, Monroe Middle School
I teach 6th ad 7th grade science, and I've been using and loving Schoology for the past three years.

Meaghan McGuire

Science Teacher, Monroe Middle School

Wednesday July 26, 2017 10:15am - 11:00am
AWS Innovation (405a & 405b)