NEWS

Thank you for attending Insights!

We want to thank all those people who attended Insights 2023. We were pleased to see so many education leaders sharing their data stories and their impact on student outcomes. We hope this event gave you the opportunity to learn from, network, and hear strategies that you can apply to your own school environment.

A special thank you goes out to our gracious hosts in each location, the Frontier School Division in Manitoba, the Calgary Board of Education in Alberta, and Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board in Ontario.

Use the links below to see great presentations from our customers in

We hope you enjoyed the event as much as we did and we hope to see many more people over the next few years. Watch this space to find out when the next event is taking place!

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WEBINAR: Taking Care of Staff so… They Can Take Care of Students
WEBINAR: Enhance school climate and student success: A guide to utilizing perception data
IAE Member Research Series: Maria de Ibarrola discusses the research paper “Evaluation of teachers of basic education: Political tensions and radical oppositions”
WEBINAR: Discover research-based interventions proven to be effective in impacting staff well-being
WEBINAR: Supporting Staff Well-being – Fostering Belonging in Schools
IAE Member Research Series: Richard Shavelson discusses the research paper “Methodological perspectives: Standardized (summative) or contextualized (formative)”
Thanks for joining us at Insights 2023: Rebounding & Rebuilding Systemwide Well-Being
IAE Educational Practices Series: Panagiotis Kampylis discusses the policy paper “Nurturing creative thinking.”
ACCESS WEBINAR: Elevate School Outcomes: 10 Steps to Building a High-Performing Data Team
IAE – IBE Educational Practices Series: Watch Keith Topping discuss the policy paper “Philosophy for Children.”
IAE – IBE Educational Practices Series: Lorin Anderson discusses the policy paper “Task, Teaching and Learning: Improving the Quality of Education for Economically Disadvantaged Students.”