WS04: Program Evaluation Data to Improve Outcomes for Students: Use Them or Lose Them
Tuesday, February 21
- 2:00–5:00 p.m.
- CPD Credit Hour(s): 3
- Skill Level: II
- Members: $80
This presentation is designed to increase school psychologists' skills in the use of program evaluation data. Participants will have the opportunity to practice data-based decision making using measures of fidelity and satisfaction, and outcome data. The presentation will focus on the development of skills for creation of evaluation questions, selection of data, sharing results with leadership teams and staff, sharing access to data, and resources (for example, data systems, instruments) that are currently available to school psychologists. Grade levels K–12 will be addressed during this presentation. Also, specific high school building–level examples will be provided.
Speaker(s): Hank Bohanon, PhD, Loyola University Chicago, IL
Hank Bohanon, PhD, Loyola University Chicago, IL, Hank Bohanon, PhD, is an associate professor in the School of Education at Loyola University Chicago. His work has focused on supports for high school settings and state-level evaluation of practice for positive behavioral support, response to intervention, social–emotional learning, and school mental health.