Kim Elliot-Padgitt

Activator of Instructional Excellence, Health Sciences High & Middle College

Kimberly is the Activator of Instructional Excellence at Health Sciences High & Middle College - a charter school in San Diego that provides students with a unique experince in the health care industry - and a doctoral students at the University of California, San Diego. She is currently obtaining her Master of Arts in Teaching degree in Language Arts with a focus on current knowledge in Reading and Language Arts. From 2010-2011 she earned a fellowship through the Univeristy of California, San Diego and San Diego State University's Cyberbridge program. In Cyberbridge, she and her team created a project that bridged technology and science for all core disciplines. In 2012, Kimerly was awarded a teacher fellowship through UCSD's Socrates program - a branch of UCSD's ScienceBridge. Kimberly also presents at literacy conferences to advocate for the use of technology to promote literacy in all subjects.


Utilizing Data to Inform Your Evidence-Based Practice Selections

As schools transition back to in-class instruction and simultaneous learning, educators will need to make the difficult decisions of which evidence-based practices to implement in the classroom. This implementation coaching session will help guide your decision-making utilizing the IMPACT Framework. Participants will analyze data from relevant surveys and student interviews to identify key practices that support students' participation and engagement. This session illustrates a coachable moment between Health Sciences High School and Middle College and IMPACT Learning and Leading Group.

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