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Saturday, September 12 • 11:30pm - 11:30pm
What High Performing High Poverty Schools In Indiana Do Differently

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During the 2019-2020 school year, a research study to analyze commonalities and differences between high and low performing high poverty public elementary schools in Indiana revealed some critical differences between high and low performing schools in correlates that are common among effective schools.

The session begins with a brief discussion of the statistically significant correlates and indicators identified in the Indiana research study. Participants will try to predict the significant correlates in the survey. The session concludes with an explanation of vital research-based practices that educators can quickly implement for more effective instructional outcomes.

Participants will identify actions they plan to apply in their classrooms and share with their teaching colleagues to improve academic outcomes for all students in their building. Additionally, participants will discover how children's literature, social-emotional learning, and trauma-informed teaching practices can help close some of the achievement gaps in high poverty schools.

The work of the Association of Effective Schools, Richard DuFour, Michael Fullan, John Hattie, Larry Lezotte, and Robert Marzano connects to the research study completed in Indiana and the practices that are the focus of this session.

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Dr. Lisa Marie Hale

Assistant Professor of Education, University of Evansville
Dr. Lisa Marie Hale is an assistant professor at the University of Evansville in the School of Education and Health Sciences. Before joining the faculty at UE, Dr. Hale worked in the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation for over twenty-five years. During her tenure with EVSC... Read More →


Saturday September 12, 2020 11:30pm - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand Recorded Session