As the Data Specialist at CIS 339 School of Communication and Technology, Jesse Spevack is responsible for coordinating and systematizing the way teachers use data to drive instruction. He supports teachers through classroom observations, team teaching, professional development, and data analysis meetings. Jesse also teaches sixth grade English Language Arts and manages a team of eight teachers and 130 students. He is passionate about using web 2.0 tools to engage students in rigorous and differentiated learning activities.
Jesse has shared his experience with technology driven instruction at several conferences and speaking events including the Southern Regional Educational Board's Making Middle Grades Work Conference where he spoke about "How Google Transformed my School." He also presented a talk on web-based solutions for schools at the Insight Education Group's 2008 National Conference in Los Angeles. In April 2008 he moderated an Education-Technology Panel discussion at the Amgen - Teach for America Mathematics and Science Summit featuring Google's Cristin Frodella.
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