Elena Sentevska, Kristin Westby & Branka Sreckovic-Minic

Elena Sentevska (Data for Learning Coordinator), Kristin Westby (MYP Coordinator) and Branka Sreckovic-Minic (IB Coordinator) are from the International School of Belgrade, and they are each experienced leaders in a range of international contexts.

They work collaboratively on supporting our community to understand and be able to utilize multiple data sets to analyze student growth, plan learning experiences and empower students to take greater control in their learning. Their current focus area is supporting our community to deepen their data literacy and identify key next steps to support student autonomy.


The Power of Analytics as a Catalyst for Growth

Every school is on a journey to create a learning focused environment, supported by world class teachers and student autonomy. However many schools collect data, but do not have a systematic way of analyzing it to measure learning impact.

Attend this session to find out how the International School of Belgrade designed a multitiered system to collect, analyze and make meaningful decisions with the data. We will discover some stages of the journey, challenges along the way, and learn about ways to move forward in the future. This session will hopefully inspire other schools to share their data literacy journeys and possibly create a regional CEESA analytics network, that would meet regularly and grow collaboratively.

How do we use data to drive learning and measure impact?

Grade level: Leadership

December 4th, 11:00 – 11:50 AM (CET)

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