Decision Making for Results. Part One: Objectives. Develop a deeper understanding of the Decision Making for Results: Data-Driven Decision Making process Increase awareness of the relevance of data and its impact on leadership, teaching, and learning
Apply the Decision Making for Results: Data-Driven Decision Making process to monitor leadership, teaching, and learning
Implement the Decision Making for Results: Data-Driven Decision Making process to monitor school improvement
How are you currently embracing a data-driven decision making process that leads to results?
“The value of the data emerges only when analysis provides insights that direct decisions for students.”
S. White, 2005
“Data-driven decision making begins by asking fundamental questions.”
Victoria Bernhardt, Data Analysis, 1998
Think, pair, share:
What data do you disaggregate, and how do you use the information?
“It is not so much a lack of data, but an absence of analysis, and an even greater absence of actions driven by the data.”
Data Analysis at Northside Middle School
Let’s watch Lake Taylor High School as they discuss strategies.
Why? To monitor the degree of implementation and evaluate the effectiveness of the strategies
Why? To engage in a continuous improvement cycle that –
“Many people live their lives aspiring to make a difference and lead a life that matters. There need be no such uncertainty in the life of an educator or school leader. Every decision we make, from daily interactions with students to the most consequential policies at every level of government, will influence leadership and learning…
What we do matters.”
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