Workshops & Webinars
From The Blog of Harvard Education Press, by IEBC President/CEO Brad Phillips and Vice President Jordan Horowitz. Read it here.
IEBC President Brad Phillips, at Lehigh Carbon Community College in Schnecksville, Pennsylvania on January 12, presenting a keynote address on “Data Use and Courageous Conversations” followed by working sessions on high impact research-based practices and high impact practices focused on improving student success, retention and persistence.
IEBC President Brad Phillips at Lakeshore Technical College, Wisconsin on January 10, with a keynote address on Demystifying Data, followed by workshops on “The Psychology of Data Use” and “How to Tell Your Story With Data.”
In a conference presentation titled “Beyond Graduation Rates: Leading and Lagging Indicators for Concurrent Enrollment,” Jordan Horowitz, Institute for Evidence-Based Change vice president, presented a unique data use model that includes the latest research on human judgment, decision-making and organizational habits and the problem of focusing on lagging indicators such as graduation rates.
IEBC President/CEO Brad Phillips presented “Building a Culture of Evidence and Inquiry” in plenary session and spoke on “Leading and Lagging Indicators” in an additional workshop session.