Maximize Program Effectiveness and Build Educator Capacity
For those desiring advanced mastery of CompassLearning Odyssey®, Compass Learning offers in-person, in-depth, power-user services.* In the CompassLearning Impact Leadership Symposium, educators learn how to make their data work overtime for classroom technology integration; how to customize Odyssey courses and curricula; and how to master assessment design, data monitoring, and data analysis. With the knowledge gained from each Impact Leadership Symposium session, Compass Learning Impact leaders can provide support and coaching to help build educator capacity in Odyssey.
LEVERAGING TECHNOLOGY FOR CLASSROOM INTEGRATION AND INSTRUCTIONAL IMPROVEMENT
In this two-day symposium, participants focus on integrating technology directly into lesson plans, with an emphasis on whole-group, small-group, and direct instruction. Participants use the first day to practice using available technology, including CompassLearning Odyssey. On the second day, participants integrate that technology into developed lesson plans. This symposium is intended for faculty, instructional coaches, and department heads.
BUILDING A CUSTOMIZED CURRICULUM APPROACH
In this two-day symposium, participants leverage instructional research, state standards, and existing student performance data to determine priority standards. Working sessions focus on the review of CompassLearning Odyssey courses, lessons, activities, and existing assessments targeted at the continued improvement of student performance. This symposium is intended for instructional coaches, department heads, and content supervisors.
USING MULTIPLE ASSESSMENTS AND A DATA-DRIVEN ASSESSMENT APPROACH
In this two-day symposium, participants analyze multiple student achievement data sets, along with data from CompassLearning Odyssey. This training focuses on strengthening the capabilities of CompassLearning Odyssey as an essential part of the overall assessment process. The Compass Learning instructional specialist facilitates a data-review process. This leads to a district- or school-wide action plan containing methods that educators can use to determine both student and overall instructional progress. This symposium is intended for school-level leadership, instructional coaches, department heads, and district content supervisors.
*Prerequisites may be required.