Webinar Flash GBD W2

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Going Beyond Data Week Two Tim Lucas The Leadership Institute

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Invitation to Quality (ITQ) PDE’s Inspired Leadership Standards Core Standard Three: “ The leader knows how to access and use appropriate data to inform decision-making at all levels of the system.” Course: Going Beyond data

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Knowing how to use data is the real challenge… “What is hard is to put all those pieces together (referring to data)… in a meaningful whole which tells people something they want to know and can use about a matter of importance.” Halcolm Course: Going Beyond data

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Summative Assessment: Summative Assessment seeks to make an overall judgment of progress made at the end of a defined period of instruction. Formative Assessment: Formative assessment is a process used by teachers and students during instruction that provides feedback to adjust ongoing teaching and learning to improve students success. Diagnostic Assessments: The purpose of diagnostic assessment is to ascertain, prior to instruction, each student’s strengths, weaknesses, knowledge, and skills. Benchmark Assessments: Benchmark assessments are designed to provide feedback to both the teacher and the student about how the student is progressing towards demonstrating proficiency on grade level standards.

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A bigger model… By Victoria Bernhardt

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The Four Intersecting Areas of Data: Student Learning - Standardized tests, report cards, teacher evaluations 2. Demographics - Enrollment, attendance, drop-out rate 3. School Processes - School programs, courses, special ed, ELL programs 4. Perceptions - Community values, beliefs on student learning, attitudes towards schools ability to educate children

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Using the Model as a Tool In the files for Week Two, there is an article “Data Analysis the Four C’s of Change”. It reviews the use of the model in each of the four areas in light of: Context — All four measures Culture — Demographics, Perceptions Conditions — School Processes, Demographics Competencies — Student Learning, School Processes Please review the author’s success with the Bernhardt Model.

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We want to explore: What has to occur before we begin the analysis of data? 2. What do we need to do during the analysis of data? 3. How we determine our next steps after we analyze the data? Goals for this Week

Before Beginning the Analysis : 

Before Beginning the Analysis Determine the purpose Focus the data analysis on the goals of the school Get everyone on the staff committed and informed Create the questions you want to answer Identify the data sources you have and may still need

During the Analysis : 

During the Analysis Include everyone and make the data is accessible Determine what the data is telling you Dig deeper – disaggregate the data, see how it was collected, look at root cause Keep the process positive and always focus on students and your school goals Make sure everyone understands how the analysis of the data can effect how we may have to do things differently

After the Analysis : 

After the Analysis Look for solutions to problems only after you have answered you original questions Establish a plan of action Create an action plan that everyone understands, receives, and impacts meetings, professional development, and daily dialogue Evaluate using the same data and process each year Document your results in a school portfolio Keep the momentum going by using the process as a standard procedure in your school

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PDE’s Standards Aligned System


“GETTING RESULTS!” Continuous Improvement Process OVERVIEW

Using the “Getting Results” Tool : 

Using the “Getting Results” Tool In Week Two files – Download the “Getting Results” tool and review Worksheets 1 through 8.

Using the “Getting Results” Tool : 

Using the “Getting Results” Tool Worksheet 1 – Besides your team – it reviews your access to data. Worksheet 2 – AYP information Worksheet 3 – Look at Reading data Worksheet 4 – Looking at Math data Worksheet 5 – Analyze other local data Worksheet 6 – Compile Strengths and Weakness Worksheet 7 – Focus on Root Cause Worksheet 8 – Bring everything back to student goals and achievement

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Activity for Week Two: Please take one area of your program and using the worksheet provided go through the three steps by answering the questions that will guide your process. The chart is in Week Two titled “Activity W2 GBD” can be downloaded, completed, and submitted back to me at lucast@cliu.org.

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Reflection for Week Two: Have you ever created an action plan for your school based on data you have collected and analyzed? 2. What data do your classroom teachers have and use to help identify student success and reach school goals? 3. What type of school culture and attitudes need to be in place for an effective data study? The sheet in Week Two titled “Reflection W2 GBD” can be downloaded, completed, and submitted back to me at lucast@cliu.org.

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Next session we will explore best methods to involve staff with data and to communicate the results of a data study and possible new initiatives. Thank you for your time… “See” you in two week.

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