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Evolution of Systematic Data Collection. LEILEHUA HIGH SCHOOL. Aloha Coleman - Principal Kerry Kawamura – DIR. of Curriculum/Instruction Tisha Yamasaki - DIR. of Curriculum/Instruction Dion Cabalce - School Service Assistant Harmony Paz - Science Teacher. Purpose & Desired Outcomes.

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  1. Evolution of Systematic Data Collection LEILEHUA HIGH SCHOOL Aloha Coleman - Principal Kerry Kawamura – DIR. of Curriculum/Instruction Tisha Yamasaki- DIR. of Curriculum/Instruction Dion Cabalce- School Service Assistant Harmony Paz - Science Teacher

  2. Purpose & Desired Outcomes • Accreditation Recommendation • Keep data for Academic Plan • Collaborative Culture • Data Based Decision Making • Data to Inform Instruction • To assure EVERY child has an opportunity to succeed!!!


  4. Quality Performance Target Report

  5. School Wide Data

  6. Department Learning Team Data

  7. Curricular Team Summary

  8. QPTR Data Analysis

  9. DH Walkthrough Observation Tool

  10. D. Cabalce Systematic Data Collection Data Teams (Year 1)

  11. HOW • Bell Schedule • LT Schedule • Facilitator Handbook • Team Evidence Binder

  12. Bell Schedule Transition from 6 o 7 periods Allows collaboration time within the school day

  13. LT SCHEDULE Rotation of PD, data teams, curricular and instructional

  14. Reference guide • Explanation of data process at LHS • Roles of team members • Guidelines for effective collaboration • Samples • Forms • Effective instructional strategies FACILITATORS HANDBOOK

  15. 5-Step Data Process

  16. Created for accountability purposes • Avenue to display student work as a direct result of collaboration discussions • Provided information for anyone that missed a collaboration discussion Learning Team Evidence Binder

  17. Challenges • Initial Buy-in • Overwhelmed • Unsure of what type of data to collect • 5-step data process

  18. Adjustments • Quarter 2 • Modifications of LT scheduled to address concerns • Decreased number of data teams • Quarter 3 • Address areas of weakness in follow up sessions • Use of lotus notes to collect minutes • Quarter 4 • Teacher observations • Team lead LT schedule (develop own calendar)

  19. DATA

  20. Math Intervention Workshop

  21. Teacher Perspective H. Nakamura

  22. Teacher Implementation • Integration of a 7th period Collaboration Time to work as Learning Teams • During the school day • Teachers grouped according to courses taught and grade level • Learning Team schedule and rotation • Curricular, Data, Instructional, Professional Development

  23. Quarterly Performance Target Report Analysis integrated into Collaboration Time • Analysis of UbD Performance Task, Final Assessments, Quarter grade • Ongoing process but would take time out of Department meetings

  24. Success in the Classroom • Common focus on Scientific Method in the Chemistry Learning Team • Used the 5 step process to collect data and make adjustments in the classroom • Change in vocabulary • Need for more practice • Increase in scores over the course of one quarter • Led to department discussions on the need for common language in the Scientific Method

  25. Need for students to demonstrate basic math skills • Administration of a Math Skills Pre/Post Assessment • Weekly Timed Drills • Although I did not meet our SMART goal (of 50%), I did see a 10% increase in proficiency

  26. T. Yamasaki Next Steps School Year 2012-2013

  27. Address Areas of Concern • Teachers requested more FLEXIBILITY with the meeting schedule • Teachers wanted opportunities to visit/observe their colleagues • More support was requested as teachers worked through the data teams process • We need the teachers to value the time they are being given • Elective course teachers had difficulties identifying topics to discuss for data teams • Lack of training/knowledge on some of the processes and initiatives that were asked to be done

  28. Flexibility • Concern: The pre-determined learning time calendars were too restrictive. • Next Step: Collaboration teams will design their own schedule to meet their needs

  29. Teacher Observations • Concern : Teachers wanted to see what their colleagues do in their classes • Began in 4th Quarter of SY 2011-12 • Teachers observed their colleagues and used the LHS Peer Walkthrough Observation rubric • Next Step: Rubric will be modified to include a focus for each teacher and teachers will only need to work with one component at a time

  30. Teacher Support • Concern: Due to teacher apprehension on the data team initiative, many teachers requested more support be available • Next Step: Administrators and DCIs will conduct quarterly walk-throughs • Walk-throughs will also allow us to gauge to what extent data teams occurs on our campus

  31. Teachers valuing time • Concern: Teachers do not see the value in the time they have been given to collaborate during school hours • Next Step: • Binder checks to be held quarterly random teams will be selected to read through and provide support to the collaboration teams • Have teams set meaningful goals for the year.

  32. Elective Courses • Concern: Difficulty identifying discussion topics • Next Step: Organizing faculty into collaboration teams that are more relevant to the content they teach • Next Step: Provide possible topics the courses could use to discuss as a team. • GLOs • Safety • Incorporation of technology • Use of the writing rubric

  33. Professional Development • Concern: Teachers lacked background on some initiatives they needed to do • Next Steps: Professional Development will be done based on need • Teacher Observation Tool • Writing Rubric

  34. STEM H. Nakamura