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Leading a Data Meeting. Rhonda Seidenwurm, Ph.D. Linda M. Paul, Ed.D. New Mexico School Leadership Institute. Agenda. Data Informed Leadership Staff Data Meetings Governing Council Data Meetings EPSS Goals and Action Items. Data Informed Leadership. Why do you do what you do?.

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Leading a data meeting

Leading a Data Meeting

Rhonda Seidenwurm, Ph.D.

Linda M. Paul, Ed.D.

New Mexico School Leadership Institute


Agenda
Agenda

  • Data Informed Leadership

  • Staff Data Meetings

  • Governing Council Data Meetings

  • EPSS Goals and Action Items



Why do you do what you do
Why do you dowhat you do?


First things first
First Things First

http://taylormali.com/index.cfm?webid=9


First things first1
First Things First

Assess Your Competence

Assess Staff Competence

Assess Audience Competence


Data informed leadership1
Data Informed Leadership

  • Leader Knowledge of Academic Data

  • Communication of Academic Data

    • Teachers

    • Parents and Community

  • Now What?

  • Did it Work?


  • Data meetings
    Data Meetings

    • Builds Understanding

    • Provokes Reflection

    • Drives Action



    Not a growth model
    Not a Growth Model

    4th Grade Math



    Go visual
    Go Visual

    “Robert Marzano has found such graphic display of data to be the second most powerful factor in boosting achievement, 4and it is especially effective when teachers and administrators see the names of individual students and how each of them is doing.”

    http://www.pdkintl.org/kappan/k_v90/k0809mal.htm#4


    1 data dialogue

    Used with permission from Learning Innovations at WestEd for New Mexico Public Department of Education

    #1 Data Dialogue

    • Identify predictions, observations and questions to guide data use

    • Deepen ability to use data in a variety of ways


    Data driven dialogue

    Used with permission from Learning Innovations at WestEd for New Mexico Public Department of Education

    Data-Driven Dialogue

    Adapted from Wellman, B., & Lipton, L., 2004. Data-Driven Dialogue: A Facilitator’s Guide to Collaborative Inquiry. Sherman, CT: MiraVia, LLC. Used with permission.


    Judgment statements

    Because statements

    Used with permission from Learning Innovations at WestEd for New Mexico Public Department of Education


    Schedule

    Used with permission from Learning Innovations at WestEd for New Mexico Public Department of Education

    Schedule


    Observations

    Used with permission from Learning Innovations at WestEd for New Mexico Public Department of Education

    Observations

    No

    • Our 9th grade algebra program isn’t very good.

    • We have too much instruction at the “Remember” level

    • Our 6th graders have trouble on the state tests every year


    Observations1

    Used with permission from Learning Innovations at WestEd for New Mexico Public Department of Education

    Observations

    Yes

    • Our 9th graders’ scores in algebra are 15% below other benchmark schools

    • 65% of observations indicated that the cognitive level of questions and activities were either at the “Remember” or “Understand” level

    • The cohort of students in our school’s 6th grade last year were 4 – 15 points below other cohorts each year tested


    2 data gallery walk
    #2 Data Gallery Walk

    V. Bernhardt, Ph.D.


    2 data gallery walk1
    #2 Data Gallery Walk

    • Place a sheet of chart pad paper next to each set of data charts, with the questions, What do these data tell us about our strengths? and What do these data tell us about what needs to be improved?

    • At one end of the Gallery Walk, post another sheet with the questions, What are the implications for school improvement? and What objectives do we need to set and how will we measure them?

    V. Bernhardt, Ph.D.


    3 student work
    #3 Student Work

    • Grade Level/Department

    • Go Visual

    • Open the Conversation



    FOCUS

    FOCUS

    FOCUS

    FOCUS




    Smart goals
    SMART Goals

    • Specific

    • Measurable

    • Attainable

    • Results-Oriented

    • Time-Bound


    Thoughts ideas comments

    Thoughts,Ideas,Comments?



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