By Melanie Rogers, Training Team Lead at Rosetta Stone
Some people love to perform in front of a class, and some people love to crunch numbers behind the scenes. We all know that today it is important not only to provide engaging lessons to our students, but also to review available data to make sure our efforts are effective.
At the upcoming Rosetta Stone K-12 User Conference in Nashville on November 15-16, I will demonstrate how Rosetta Stone® language-learning programs can help you track key data about your students’ progress, their success, and the time they are devoting to the software. These reports are easily available to teachers and administrators, but sometimes it is difficult to figure out what it all means.
I’m looking forward to entertaining you, while at the same time breaking down those numbers and helping you understand them. We are going to analyze the numbers in ways that will be meaningful to individual teachers, to principals, and to district administrators. You’ll learn how to find and explore the data within our Administrator Tools, as well as how to export the raw data into Microsoft Excel, where you can create charts and pivot tables to add to reports for your school or district decision makers.
Not currently using Rosetta Stone® in your schools, but interested in learning how we can support your language program? Administrators and teachers are invited to register for Day One sessions on Nov. 15th that will also include our welcome reception in the evening. Mingle with K-12 users, hear from interesting speakers, and meet Rosetta Stone staff focused on language success.
Melanie Rogers is the training team lead at Rosetta Stone. She provides professional development workshops and orientation sessions to help clients successfully implement Rosetta Stone software. She is passionate about education and lifelong learning opportunities. Melanie was named Rosetta Stone MVP in 2016.