Data4Impact Workshop

This full day program provides opportunities for participants to work with schools that are taking a deep dive into using data to improve outcomes for learners in their school. During the day participants will be able to hear updates from DfE and engage in 2×90 minute workshops facilitated by school leaders who will share their journey, strategies and insights in using data with staff and students. There will be opportunities for participants to consider applications in their context throughout the day.

Data4Impact is aimed at school leaders looking to hear about, engage with and learn from the experience of their secondary school colleagues. Perhaps consider bringing along a school-based team!


  • Theo Papazoglov, Adelaide Botanic High School & James Dundon, Modbury High School

Data-Driven Student Empowerment: Implementing Dashboards for Enhanced Learner Agency.
Join us for a dynamic 90-minute workshop delving into the powerful intersection of student dashboard development and data-driven strategies to enhance learner agency. Theo will lead discussions on student dashboard development and effective implementation strategies, while James will explore the potential of using data to empower learners and promote agency within educational settings.

  • Nathan Cini, Mitcham Girls’ High School & Sarah Chambers, Morialta Secondary College

From Data to Impact: Evolving our school data strategies
Join us for an interactive workshop, where we will share our own stories of how we have evolved our school data strategies to effectively collect, collate, analyse and communicate information to increase the meaningful impact that data has in our schools. The workshop will be hands on, and we will support you with ideas, examples and opportunities to work through elements of your own strategy and plan some data collection mechanisms.

  • Rowan Hearne, Riverbanks College, Kirsty Gebert & Mitch Asser, Banksia Park International High School

Knowing our Learners: Personalisation, Differentiation and Conditions for Learning.
We understand that “Knowing our Learners” is a high impact strategy for personalisation of teaching and learning for our young people.
There is power in PowerBi, but equally there are also many possibilities within Daymap. Kirsty and Mitch will walk you through some data sets and records that enable teachers to know their learners, understand their learning needs, support the OnePlan and NCCD processes and help teachers record their differentiation strategies. Rowan will share how his school is analysing data for classroom teachers and leaders alike, in the Conditions for Learning space of wellbeing, behaviour, attendance. We will challenge you to consider the processes in place in your school at the moment and consider how your staff are engaging with data, and how we know this is helping them do their roles differently.


Please find information regarding the event below:
When: Friday 9th August (8:45am registration for 9:15am start / 3:45pm close of day with networking time)
Where: Morialta Secondary College, Morialta Rd W, Rostrevor SA 5073
Costs: SASPA Members $60 / Non-SASPA Members $100

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SASPA Data4Impact Workshop

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