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Data Walls A View Of Student Achievement. Presented by: Art Tweedie The Office of Research, Evaluation & Accountability. What Is A Data Wall?. A means to look at past performance. Trend identifier. A way to plan future assistance tracks for students. (RtI)

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Data Walls

A View Of Student Achievement

Presented by: Art Tweedie

The Office of Research, Evaluation & Accountability


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What Is A Data Wall?

A means to look at past performance.

Trend identifier.

A way to plan future assistance tracks for students. (RtI)

A method to share with others (collaborate) the strategies that are working for your students.

An organizational tool.


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Why Are Data Walls Important?

They allow us to ....

easily identify specific areas of student need.

collaborate with others to share and learn about new strategies.

share our success with team members and/or the school’s faculty.

foster mutual responsibility for student success.


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Why Should We Use Data Walls?

They help us to ..........

better understand the individual student.

stand back and look at the BIG PICTURE.

MEET THE INDIVIDUAL NEEDS OF EACH STUDENT (RtI)


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Elements Of A Good Data Wall?

The teacher’s name, grade level and academic subject.

Student data - prior year, term or assessment.

Observation of student data.

SMART Goal.

Intervention plan and schedules if applicable.

Intervention data - How are things progressing?

Conclusion statement - Is the intervention showing results?



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Information For The Left Panel

Data That Displays Results By:

State

District

School

Class

Student

My Students’ Prior Data

Tables

Charts

Graphs


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Information For The Center Panel

A Narrative Summary

“37% of our students are below the proficiency level as compared to 25% for the District and 23% for the State.”

Improving Student Achievement

6th Grade Reading

Title

Could include grade level, a specific group or team.

Prior Data Observation

Intervention Plan

Students on average scored below the State average in all areas of the Reading assessment.

Students will receive 15 extra minutes of intensive instruction every other day in 2 of their areas of weakness.

Each of the teachers in this PLC will target 2 areas of instruction. Students will go to that area each day. Common assessments will be given weekly.

Mrs. Adlar

Chris D., Bobby L., Mike T.

Mrs. Miller

Cyndy M., Brady K., Mike L., Bea C.,

Mr. Cotter

William M., Betsy S., Virginia Y.

Mr. Smith

Connie D., Tommy L., Mike T.

Mrs. Peterson

Cally M., Btewart K., Monica L., Conrad B.,

SMART Goal

  • The SMART Goal

  • What do you want to achieve?

    • Strategic

    • Measureable

    • Attainable

    • Relevant

    • Timely

Students will increase their points earned by 25% on the 2010 FCAT Reading Assessment

Strategy/Intervention Plan

How are we going to raise achievement? Include schedules if applicable.


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Information For The Right Panel

Ongoing Local Data

Tables

Charts

Graphs

My Students’ Intervention Data

Inferences or Conclusion

“Students are making adequate progress in each of the subtest areas with the exception of Measurement. Therefore we will give more intensive instruction in this area using resource daily.” (RtI)

Conclusion

Students are making progress in each are as reported by the common assessments given each week.


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Constructing A Good Data Wall

Improving Student Achievement

6th Grade Reading

My Students’ Intervention Data

My Students’ Prior Data

Prior Data Observation

Intervention Plan

Students on average scored below the State average in all areas of the Reading assessment.

Students will receive 15 extra minutes of intensive instruction every other day in 2 of their areas of weakness.

Each of the teachers in this PLC will target 2 areas of instruction. Students will go to that area each day. Common assessments will be given weekly.

Conclusion

SMART Goal

Mrs. Adlar

Chris D., Bobby L., Mike T.

Mrs. Miller

Cyndy M., Brady K., Mike L., Bea C.,

Mr. Cotter

William M., Betsy S., Virginia Y.

Mr. Smith

Connie D., Tommy L., Mike T.

Mrs. Peterson

Cally M., Btewart K., Monica L., Conrad B.,

Students will increase their points earned by 25% on the 2010 FCAT Reading Assessment

Students are making progress in each area as reported by the common assessments given each week.


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How Can I Use This Portable Data Wall?

Take it to all PLC meetings.

Show effectiveness of strategies.

Continuous collaboration with team members to consider other strategies.

Keeps you current on the pulse of

student achievement.

To share with others at my school what is working, or has worked, for me or the team.


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It Is Important To Remember....

....that the data wall is not created for the purpose of impressing other teachers, the principal or the superintendent.

....it is a vehicle to share information with your colleagues.

....it is a means to collaborate and share best practices.

....they do not have to be ‘pretty’.


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Q n A

Discussion


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Contact Information

Art Tweedie

Program Specialist - Osceola Data Management System

Professional Learning Communities - District Coach

Research, Evaluation and Accountability

817 Bill Beck Boulevard

Kissimmee, Florida 34744

407-870-4056


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