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J S E C Professional Learning Communities: Conversations about data. Sometimes data is just for show. But other times, we can’t move forward without it. Today’s Objectives: By the end of this session, you will be able to… Facilitate a data chat with students

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J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

JSEC Professional Learning Communities:

Conversations about data

Sometimes data is just for show.

But other times, we can’t move forward without it.


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

  • Today’s Objectives:

  • By the end of this session, you will be able to…

  • Facilitate a data chat with students

  • Explain how triangulation can be used before responding to data.

  • Use an effort/impact matrix to evaluate different responses to data


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

Today’s Agenda:

Do now and follow up (15 min.)

-Data newsletter: what/so what/now what

-Sharing the data newsletter with students

-PD survey results and connections

Data chat template (30 min.)

-Modeling STAR and other assessment

-Input on template discussion

Cycle of inquiry(15 min.)

-Analyze: using triangulation

- Strategize : using the effort/impact matrix

Whip around: Next steps (5 min.)

Exit ticket


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

Do Now

What/So What/Now What?


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

  • Data chats

  • What are they?


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

  • Data chats

  • What are they?

  • Why have them?


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

  • Data chats

  • What are they?

  • Why have them?

  • What data?


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

  • Data chats

  • What are they?

  • Why have them?

  • What data?

  • How often?


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

DRAFT


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

DRAFT


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

How are data chats connected to these different PD topics mentioned

by teachers in the survey the ILT gave in December?


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

How are data chats connected to these different PD topics mentioned

by teachers in the survey the ILT gave in December?


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

Triangulation


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

Triangulation


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

Triangulation


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

Validate using triangulation?

Why or why not?

If yes, what data sources would you use?


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

Triangulate?


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

Effort/Impact

Matrix


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

Effort Impact Matrix


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

Mr. S. and Mr. M.’s just scored a persuasive essay writing assignment they gave to their classes. They examine the results and quickly notice a pattern of need:

Pattern of Need: On the 4 point rubric, 40 out of 62 students scored below a 3 on the row that focused on writing an effective thesis/focus statement.

Root Cause: Students do not understand how to write an effective thesis/focus statement and are not able to describe how this statement connects to the rest of the paper.


J s e c professional learning communities conversations about data

Whiparound

How will you use what we’ve talked

about during this session?


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