Jarrod Hunt is an administrator at Fern Creek High School, winner of the 2017 DuFour Award. He specializes in using the results of data to drive instruction and transform the practice of collaborative teams.
Jarrod Hunt is an administrator at Fern Creek High School in Louisville, Kentucky. He has worked at Fern Creek for eight years, implementing the PLC process. As the winner of the 2017 DuFour Award, Fern Creek is an example of sustained urban turnaround and continues to offer opportunities to innovate within the PLC framework.
Jarrod’s work at Fern Creek focuses on data analysis and the RTI at Work™ process, implementing schoolwide and teacher-team interventions. He specializes in using the results of data to drive instruction and transform the practice of collaborative teams.
Jarrod earned a bachelor’s degree in history and political science at Georgetown College, a master’s degree in education from the University of Kentucky, and an EdS in instructional leadership and school administration from Bellarmine University.
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Presentations by Jarrod Hunt
- Data Notebooks: Empowering Students to Be Agents of Their Own Learning
- Deficiency to Proficiency: RTI Strategies from One Urban High School
- English Language Learners: Designing Tiered Classroom Supports for ELLs
- Learning Targets: Unwrapping Your Essential Standards
- Following the Data: A Data Analysis Protocol