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Data Driven Instruction & School-Based Inquiry. What we know to this point…. Three Big Ideas. What does RTTT say about data and inquiry? What are the essential components of leading data driven instruction (DDI)? What are some pitfalls to avoid when leading data driven instruction?.

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Three big ideas
Three Big Ideas

What does RTTT say about data and inquiry?

What are the essential components of leading data driven instruction (DDI)?

What are some pitfalls to avoid when leading data driven instruction?


What does rttt say
What does RTTT say?

Educators will work together in inquiry teams within each school, communicate through the instructional reporting system, diagnose problems at all levels of the school and examine and implement best practices to solve them, and evaluate and share results system-wide (p. 126, referring to statewide data reporting system).


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What does RTTT say?

School-based inquiry teams analyze data for target groups of students that share common learning challenges (e.g., fifth grade ELL boys in math), investigate the root causes and skill gaps, use research-based instructional strategies to address the weaknesses at the skill level, and continually evaluate the strategies being used (p. 51, footnote referring to NYC model).


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What does RTTT say?

The design is a sustainable model driven by data and evidence that emphasizes both principal leadership and teacher cooperation. It makes time for teachers to work actively together—using the data, analyzing the results, and making and evaluating adjustments in their instruction as needed (p. 137-138, describing NYC model).


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What does RTTT say?

Each inquiry team will consist of teachers who face common challenges in student achievement (e.g., poor performance in 3rd grade math) (p. 142).


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What does RTTT say?

All school districts and schools will be required to participate in the instructional improvement system. Each LEA will provide 90 minutes of weekly collaborative time for teachers and leaders to participate in school-based inquiry teams. The Board of Regents will consider this requirement in 2011, to begin by October 2012… (p. 144).


School pd recommendations
School PD Recommendations

NYSED Document: Recommendations for School-Level Network Team PD Common Core & Inquiry/ DDI, June 15, 2011

August – October 2011

Defining Data Driven Instruction and School Based Inquiry so that efforts can be focused on high leverage strategies

Collaboratively & accurately diagnose school capacity for implementing the Inquiry/ DDI model based on the DDI key drivers

Build and/or identify high quality assessment tools to use in the classroom

Develop an implementation plan for data driven instruction that is tailored to the specific needs of schools and/or districts

Diagnose the quality of each school’s implementation of data driven instruction against the key drivers

Support the ongoing development of data driven cultures in teams of teachers and school leadership teams


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School PD Recommendations

NYSED Document: Recommendations for School-Level Network Team PD Common Core & Inquiry/ DDI, June 15, 2011

October – May 2012

Linking Instruction and follow‐up with analysis and action planning

Align instructional practices, assessments, and analysis to the rigor of the Common Core standards

Support and/ or lead effective analysis meetings with teachers that increase student learning

Monitor Progress on Action Plans and determine mid‐course corrections in each school


Driven by data
Driven by Data

  • Paul Bambrick-Santoyo

  • 4 Key Areas of Focus

  • 5 Key Drivers per Area

  • 8 Mistakes that Matter


NY State Public School ELA 4th Performance vs. Free-Reduced Rates

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Data driven instruction
Data Driven Instruction

Assessment

Analysis

Action

Data Driven Culture

Paul Bambrick_Santoyo, 2010


Unpacking ddi
Unpacking DDI

  • Assessment (3-5)

  • Analysis (37-40)

  • Action (70-72)

  • Culture (105-109)

What essential understandings are highlighted in your section?

How does the story in your section illustrate the key drivers from the rubric?

Paul Bambrick_Santoyo, 2010


Assessments
Assessments

Common Interim Assessments

Transparent Starting Point

Aligned to State Tests and College Readiness

Aligned to Instructional Sequence

Re-Assessed

Paul Bambrick_Santoyo, 2010


Analysis
Analysis

Immediate Turnaround

Data Reports

Teacher-Owned Analysis

Test-In-Hand Analysis

Deep Analysis

Paul Bambrick_Santoyo, 2010


Action
Action

Planning

Implementation

Ongoing Assessment

Accountability

Engaged Students

Paul Bambrick_Santoyo, 2010


Data driven culture
Data Driven Culture

Highly Active Leadership Team

Introductory Professional Development

Implementation Calendar

Ongoing Professional Development

Build by Borrowing

Paul Bambrick_Santoyo, 2010


8 mistakes that matter
8 Mistakes that Matter

Inferior Interim Assessments

Secretive Interim Assessments

Infrequent Assessments

Curriculum-Assessment Disconnect

Delayed Results

Separation of Teaching and Analysis

Ineffective Follow-Up

Not Making Time for Data

Paul Bambrick_Santoyo, 2010


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Data Driven Instruction & School-Based Inquiry

NYS Assessments

NYS Assessments

Interim Assessments

Interim Assessments

Interim Assessments

Formative Assessments



Recommended resources
Recommended Resources

Driven by Data: A Practical Guide to Improve Instructionby Paul Bambrick-Santoyo, 2010

Children First Intensive Inquiry Team Handbook by NYC Department of Education, 2008

The Data Coach’s Guide to Improving Learning for All Students by Nancy Love, 2008


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Data Driven Instruction & School-Based Inquiry

More information to come on:

www.engageny.org

www.caboces.org/iss/rttt


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