How One Independent School is Visualizing Data to Increase Student Intelligence and Strengthen School Culture

Past Webinar | Aug. 3, 2022

Do you know when your students are most stressed? Or which modern life skills have they mastered? How about the ones they still need help with?

The key to empowering your students is understanding your student. Yet, school leaders and their faculty often have to guess the answers to these important questions that reflect their school’s culture based on anecdotal evidence. What if you didn’t have to rely on hearsay or observation? What if you had actual data that could help you make decisions that directly benefitted your students, your teachers, and your school community as a whole?

This is a reality for Bay Ridge Prep School and it can be for your school, too. Watch this webinar to discover how to access:

  • Real-time insights about your students’ experiences in easy-to-read dashboards
  • Student trends across your school compared to a single grade or the entire nation
  • Clear data-driven steps you can take to benefit your students and strengthen your school culture

Featured Presenter

Julie Mayring, Middle School Director, Bay Ridge PrepDr. Julie Mayring is part of the founding team of Bay Ridge Preparatory School, a K-12 school located in Brooklyn, NY, and she currently serves as the Middle School Director. Julie holds a Ph.D. in school psychology and a New York State certification as a special education teacher. A graduate of NYU’s Stern School of Business, Julie earned her doctorate in psychology at Fordham University, where she trained under Dr. Rosa Hagin at the School Consultation Center and specialized in diagnosing and remediating learning disabilities. She was inducted into the graduate honors society Phi Kappa Phi, received the Ted Bernstein award for excellence in graduate work from the New York Association of School Psychologists, has been a member of the American Psychological Association, and is currently a member of the New York Association of School Psychologists.