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School Leader Habits - Promoting Next Gen Teaching and Learning Models: Data-Driven Decisions
Getting just 1% better everyday for 70 days can double your success.*

This webinar focuses on the small improvements principals can start making today in the area of Data Driven Decisions.

Data-Driven Decisions is one of the Core 4 Elements of Personalized Learning, but it’s also an area where school leaders can develop and model their own habits of regular data collection, data-driven instructional decisions, and grouping. By creating habits to develop these competencies, school principals can more successfully support good, innovative instruction.


Mar 7, 2019 1:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Justin de Leon
Associate Partner @Education Elements
Justin de Leon began his career in education teaching English at Brownsville Middle School in Miami-Dade. In his first year, he shifted from a traditional model to a blended model as a way to personalize and saw management issues disappear and achievement increase. He left the classroom in 2012 to join Education Elements as a Content Specialist, and in 2014, Justin decided to use his teaching and ed tech experience to create software that helps schools and districts. As a Product Manager, he worked with designers and engineers to design and build several products including Highlight (single-sign-on and data platform) and Touchpoint (initiative management tool). He went on to lead the team as Director of Product, and is now an Associate Partner. Justin holds a M.A. in Policy, Organization and Leadership from Stanford University and a B.A. in English from the University at Albany.
Justin Toomer
Design Principal @Education Elements
Justin Toomer is a Design Principal, working with the Design & Implementation team to help districts and their schools around the country improve their student growth and success. A first-generation college graduate, he began his teaching career in Colorado with an intention to increase opportunities for all students to access a quality and equitable academic experience. He has experienced success working in independent, public, and charter schools; and has taught at the elementary, middle, and high school level. After teaching, Justin took an administrative position as Dean of Students at the Denver School of Science and Technology, where he set and led the school’s vision for its culture, support, and accountability systems. He holds a BA in Political Science and International Relations with a concentration in Africana Studies from Williams College.