Over the last several years, multiple conditions have increased the potential for interrupted learning in the lives of our students. Now, more than ever, teachers need data to inform instruction. This session will empower educators with instructional design options that engage and support individual student growth using the data tools from Measures of Academic Progress (MAP). Exit the session with a framework for an innovative teaching model.
Mike Koestler has over a decade of experience using the data tools of the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP). He has served as teacher and school leader in rural, suburban, and urban settings. He presents to local, regional, and national audiences on using the data of MAP to drive instruction. In 2014, he received his Masters degree from Martin Lutheran College with an emphasis in curriculum and instruction. He and his wife, Patty, are blessed with 4 children, and they live in Wisconn Valley.
Wednesday, June 22