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Core Principles of OIP (SPDG). Use a collaborative, collegial process which initiates and institutes Leadership Team (district & building) structures and practices Produce one focused plan that aligns all improvement efforts

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Core principles of oip spdg

Core Principles of OIP (SPDG)

  • Use a collaborative, collegial process which initiates and institutes Leadership Team (district & building) structures and practices

  • Produce one focused plan that aligns all improvement efforts

  • Rely on quality data and data interpretation and use data effectively at each level

  • Expect substantive changes in student performance and instructional practice


Core principles of oip spdg

Current Decision Framework Flow Chart

  • DLT

  • Levels I, 4 and Leadership Questions from Level III

  • DLT will determine district academic goals AND answer OLAC leadership questions

  • 2. BLT

  • Complete all Levels

  • (I, II and III)

  • 3. DLT

  • Reviews the BLT responses to Levels I-III

  • 4. DLT

  • Review BLT datato create a district response for Levels II and III

Use this Flow Chart with the ORIGINAL DF

8/26/11


Ohio s decision framework

Ohio’s Decision Framework

  • Sorts and organizes district and building data into specific data sets

  • Data helps identify major problems and causes

  • Leadership teams answer questions about selected data and make data-related decisions

    • Decisions displayed in series of scorecards

    • Scorecards provide profiles of defined district or building needs

  • Organized decision-making process produces clear Needs Assessment


Stage 1 identify critical needs

Stage 1: Identify Critical Needs

ask essential and probing questions

DATA:


Stage 1 identify needs decision framework

Stage 1: Identify Needs: Decision Framework

DF

  • Level 1: Achievement Data

  • Analyze reading and math with point and trend data

  • District, building, grade, sub-group level data

  • Weakest grade level or grade band reading/math

  • Sub-groups with significant gaps

  • Identify magnitude of gaps across the district


Stage 1 identify needs decision framework1

Stage 1: Identify Needs: Decision Framework

DF

  • Level 2: Instructional Management

  • Educator quality

  • Curriculum – Instruction – Assessment

  • Professional Development

  • Level 3: Expectations & Conditions

  • Leadership

  • School Climate

  • Parent/community engagement


Stage 1 identify needs decision framework2

Stage 1: Identify Needs: Decision Framework

DF

  • Level 4: Resources

  • Staff Resources

  • Time Resources

  • Programmatic Resources

  • Monetary Resources


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