With over fifteen years of experience in public education, Dr. Adam Cibulka is no stranger to the challenges that teachers, administrators, and even coaches face.
His journey in K-12 education started in a high school social studies classroom, but he’s never stopped learning. As an advisor for Frontline’s analytics suite with a focus on Student Analytics Lab and Comparative Analytics, he’s passionate about using data to make a measurable difference in students’ futures.
Watch the video below to hear directly from Adam, including one of his favorite memories about how data can bring people together.
On How to start making sense of your data…
“Just start somewhere; it gives you a launching point. You’re going to learn a lot from the data, and there is no wrong answer because working with students is a very complicated thing, and there are so many things that impact the child. The starting point is just that – a starting point. And you’re only going to get stronger and more comfortable in learning how to best support your students.”
[Podcast] How to Use Analytics in Schools: Dr. Adam Cibulka explores how to take all those numbers in a spreadsheet and turn them into something useful for driving decision-making, and how schools can avoid being data-rich but information-poor.
[Podcast] Deep in Data, Short on Time: Dr. CyLynn Braswell discusses roadblocks to using data to inform decisions and the single biggest question you can ask to drive greater student outcomes and achievement.
Elise is a writer and member of the award-winning content team at Frontline Education. A former member of Frontline’s events team, she is passionate about making connections, whether that be in person at events, online via social media or directly in her writing.