Data Teams. Data Teams. Data Teams is a six-step process that allows you to examine student data at the micro level (classroom practitioner level).
Data Teams is a six-step process that allows you to examine student data at the micro level(classroom practitioner level).
Data Teams provide a structure for teachers to specifically identify areas of student need and collaboratively decide on the best instructional approach in response to those needs.
We are a Professional Learning Community.
We do Data Teams.
1. What are students supposed to know and be able to do? 2. How do we know when our students have learned?
3. How de we respond when students haven't Learned?
4. How do we respond when students already know the content?
COMMON CORE STANDARDS
COMMON FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS
Collect and Chart Data
Analyze Data and Prioritize Needs
Monitor and Evaluate Results
Determine Results Indicators
Select Common Instructional Strategies
Meeting 1: First Ever
[Note: The actions of Meetings 1 & 2 can occur at the same time if time permits.]
Meeting 2: Before Instruction
Meeting 3: Before-Instruction Collaboration
(Note: Examples of the Six-Step Data Teams process follows on the next 6 slides)
To identify causes for celebration and to identify areas of concern
To identify your most critical goals for student achievement for each category of students (e.g., Close to Proficient, Intervention, etc.)
Adult Actions will impact student achievement
To Describe explicit behaviors (both student and adult) we expect to see as a result of implementing the instructional strategies plan. How will you know that the strategies are working? Look-fors and evidence of learning? What are proficient students able to do successfully?
To engage in a continuous improvement cycle that:
Meeting 4: After-Instruction Collaboration
The Cycle Continues
Data Teams Refresher Courses will be offered during the 2013-14 SY. Check MyPLC for updates and to register.