Data-Driven Innovation organizing schools for continuous improvement.
21st century teaching and student-centered learning requires collaborative data literacy inquiry processes and effective technology use professional learning as essential factors in states, districts, and schools to increase efficiency, instructional effectiveness, and accelerate academic excellence.
Data-Driven Innovation facilitates strong leadership, increases professional capacity, collaboration among faculty and staff. Student-centered learning climates also arise, creating a culture that welcomes parent and community ties with strong instructional guidance and materials.
When it comes to innovation, data tools and change, no story is complete without a discussion about professional development. Sharnell’s professional development partner is Teq, an innovative learning company.Teq Professional Development

Recent Updates

Sharnell's latest work and collaborations, including the IES Practice Guide: Using Student Achievement Data to Support Instructional Decision Making
IES Practice Guide:<br />Using Student Achievement Data to<br /> Support Instructional Decision Making
IES Practice Guide:
Using Student Achievement Data to
Support Instructional Decision Making

Transforming Teaching and Learning<br />Through Data Driven Decision Making
Transforming Teaching and Learning
Through Data Driven Decision Making

Recent Updates

The latest from Sharnell's blog on data literacy, best practices, and effective technology use.

Decisions, Decisions: Making the Best Technology Choices For Your Classroom

02/26/2013
by Sharnell in Thoughts

NJPSA Data Workshop March 18th

02/25/2013
by Sharnell in Events

Data Usage that Goes Beyond Teachers

02/13/2013
by Sharnell in Thoughts