The Middle Years Development Instrument finds its highest purpose when it spurs conversation and supports planning for well-being in classrooms, schools, and communities. In this webinar, we provide a quick overview of report access and structure, share our best tips for sharing the data within, and hear from special guest Gail Markin, District Counselor, SD35
Are you ready to spark conversations and work to make change in your classroom, school, neighbourhood, or community? Could you use a little help to kickstart this process?
Learn more about the Making Change Workshop materials we designed just for you. Tracy Smyth and Tammy Dewar of ReadytoRaise will walk you through these new resources they created in collaboration with HELP, and we’ll answer your questions about hosting engaging conversations and building action teams around MDI data.
In preparation for the release of MDI School Reports in early February, we’ll walk you through the steps to access and share your data, highlighting a few new changes to the MDI report interface. We’ll be joined by three special guests who will share their expertise on using MDI data at the school level. Health Promoting Schools Coordinators Janelle Zebedee and Tricia Penny from Central Okanagan School District will share the on-the-ground strategies they’ve developed to support school leadership in building data-informed plans.
Peter Dubinsky is the Director of Instruction for the Burnaby School District, and will share his perspective on the wisdom of taking it slow when it comes to long-term change in schools.
Register today to learn from these incredible MDI Champions and prepare yourself to work with school data upon release next month.
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