Start Date: 6/2/2022 9:00 AM MDT
End Date: 6/2/2022 4:00 PM MDT
Venue Name: Weber State University Location:
1351 Edvalson Street
Ogden, UT United States 84408
Event Website: https://aaqep.org/workshops
Using Data to Sustain Improvement
Data abounds, but how do you deploy the right information for the right purpose?
This interactive workshop looks at ways to use improvement science for accreditation and beyond. Find out how data can tell your program’s story, answer essential questions, and strategically drive improvement plans.
We’ll explore tools and protocols related to improvement science and discuss visual models for effectively communicating findings. Using the PDSA (plan-do-study-act) model as a framework, we’ll consider how improvement science can inform the construction or revision of an action plan to support continuous improvement—with the added benefit of building collaboration and community with stakeholders around the shared work.
Leave with practical ideas to support and sustain your continuous improvement process.
This workshop explores concepts that are useful to AAQEP members and anyone working on data-based improvement in educator preparation.
This workshop is being hosted by Weber State University and is open to anyone for registration. Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
$325 per person (AAQEP member); $375 per person (nonmember)
Continental breakfast and lunch are included in the price.
Group Discount: Institutions/organizations that register 6 or more individuals at one time receive a 20% discount.
OR Multiday Discount: Individuals who register for this workshop together with others being offered during the week can save:
- 10% off any 2 days
- 15% off any 3 days
- 20% off all 4 days
Please contact Jennifer Hsu at email@example.com for assistance with group or multiday registrations.
Cancellation requests made to firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week before the event start date will be issued a full refund minus a $20 processing fee.
Face masks are not required on campus and are optional in the workshop room.