Managing a Data Driven Classroom. Susan Kephart. FDES Curriculum Facilitator. Mission and Vision. Mission : Dorchester School District Two leading the way, every student, every day, through relationships, rigor, and relevance.
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FDES Curriculum Facilitator
Mission: Dorchester School District Two leading the way, every student, every day, through relationships, rigor, and relevance.
Vision: Dorchester School District Two desires to be recognized as a “World Class” school district, expecting each student to achieve at his/her optimum level in all areas, and providing all members of our district family with an environment that permits them to do their personal best.
*Take a few minutes to list the data you use to
*Discuss with a partner
*Share at your table by writing a list on chart
*Have a reporter share with the group
With all of the data we collect, there is one piece of data that drives ALL of our instruction and MUST be taken into consideration no matter what data we are using…
The five major elements of data-driven instruction:
1. What do we expect our students to learn?
2. How will we know they are learning?
3. How will we respond when they don’t learn?
4. How will we respond if they already know it?
Session EvaluationParticipants are asked to complete a session evaluation for each session attended. Credit (attendance, renewal, and/or technology) will be added following evaluation completion.
For each question, use 1=Strongly Disagree, 2=Disagree, 3=Neither Agree nor Disagree, 4=Agree, 5=Strongly Agree. Your responses will assist us in planning future professional development in Dorchester School District Two.