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School-wide Data Team MeetingWinter NSIF Extended Cohort February 10, 2012
Introduction • Survey Results • Role of School Wide Data Team • Reviewing Elements of Healthy Systems • Create Data Overview & Dig Into Student Data– • Reviewing Outcomes Fall to Winter • Summary of Effectiveness Fall to Winter • Develop Action Plan • Reviewing Fall School Wide Reading Action Plan and/or SIP – 10 minutes • Creating Winter – Spring Action Plan . AGENDA
Focus on systems level problem solving • Zone Schools: Tiers I, II, and III • Oregon RtI Schools: Tiers I & II • Align school wide reading program to RtI • (PPS Framework for Tiered Reading Support) • Focus on school & grade level data • Meet after each benchmarking period • Examples of questions team addresses: • Is our reading program meeting the needs of all students? • Is our reading program meeting the needs of students at each grade level? • How is our reading program meeting the needs of our black and brown students? Our ELL students? Role of School Data Team
Elements of a Healthy System Assessment Programs & Materials Instructional Time Differentiated Instruction/ Grouping/Scheduling Administration/Communication/Organization Professional Development
Phase 1: • Universal Screening and Benchmarking Tool • Focus on Tier 1 & 2 instruction • Instructional Time • Use of Scott Foresman, Enhancements and EMC • Fidelity of Use • School Wide Data Team • Phase 2: • Tier 3 Supports • Progress Monitoring • School Wide and Grade Level Data Teams • Phase 3: • Refinement of Phase 1 & 2 elements • Implementation of other indicators on Elements of Healthy Systems Building Healthy Systems
Using Data to Evaluate Progress At Multiple Levels We will answer… • How are we doing? • By grade level and racial/program subgroups • Are students making adequate progress to close the achievement gap?
1 Reviewing Outcomes 2 Summary of Effectiveness What percentage of students receiving Tier I status in fall remained at Tier 1 in winter? What percentage of students receiving Tier II status in fall moved to Tier I status in winter? What percentage of students receiving Tier III status in fall moved to either Tier II or Tier I in winter? • Are we increasingthe percentage and number of students at Low Risk? • Are we decreasing the percentage and number of students at High Risk? • How are we doing by grade level and by racial subgroups/program? Creating a Data Overview
Materials: • DIBELS Distribution Reports by Class • DIBELS Distribution Reports by Race • DIBELS Distribution Reports by Additional Codes ( ESL) • easyCBM Reading Risk Analysis by Grade Level • Fall to Winter easyCBM by Race • Fall to Winter easyCBM by ESL • Reviewing Outcomes By Grade Level and By Race/Program Worksheet Guided Practice 20 mins. • Grade 1 DIBELS • Grade 5 easyCBM Team Time: 30 mins. • Complete Review Outcomes by Race/Program Worksheet • Inquiry Protocol Review Outcomes
Reviewing Outcomes Worksheet by Grade Level • Go Around One Protocol: One question per round. Each person responds. • When you look at the data, what do you see? • When you look at the data, what do you know? • When you look at the data, what is significant ?
Reviewing Outcomes Worksheet by Race/Program • Go Around One Protocol: One question per round. Each person responds. • When you look at the data, what do you see? • When you look at the data, what do you know? • When you look at the data, what is significant ? • Locate yourself on the Courageous Conversations Compass.
Materials: • DIBELS Summary of Effectiveness Report, beginning to middle • easyCBM Reading Risk Analysis by Grade Level • Fall to Winter easyCBM By Fall Risk Rating • Summary of Effectivenss Worksheet Guided Practice – 20 minutes • Grade 1 DIBELS • Grade 5 easyCBM Team Time – 30 minutes • Discussion questions Summary of Effectiveness
Reflect on your School Wide Reading Action Plan,/SIP Fall to Winter - 10 mins. • Review Goals • Evaluate actions that were completed • Discuss actions not yet completed • Create your School Wide Reading Action Plan for Winter to Spring by using the following: • Fall School Wide Reading Action Plan/SIP • Reviewing Outcomes Worksheets • Summary of Effectiveness Worksheets • Focus discussion on critical elements of research: Elements of Healthy System • Phase 1 • Phase 2 • Phase 3 • Guiding Questions: • What are the highest priorities as defined by your data review? • What actions remain uncompleted on your Fall Action Plan? Winter to Spring Action Plan
Daniel Cogan – email@example.com Cathy Cowherd – firstname.lastname@example.org Sheila Hallinan – email@example.com Mindy Hawley – firstname.lastname@example.org Maryanne Stalnaker – email@example.com K-8 Reading Team