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Sustainable School Improvement Cycle

Sustainable School Improvement Cycle

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  1. Sustainable School Improvement Cycle

  2. Build Readiness Collect & Analyze Data Evaluate Effectiveness & Sustain Efforts Sustainable School Improvement Cycle* Set Goals Based On Data Implement & Monitor Investigate Research Based Practices Make Action Plan Graphic Developed by ODE and NWREL

  3. Something To Ponder In the real world of the classroom, it’s CRITICAL MASS that matters. DEEP implementation of a FEW things beats superficial implementation of many things. Doug Reeves, April 27, 2007

  4. The Leadership and Learning Matrix Effects / Results Data Antecedents / Cause Data

  5. Build Readiness Collect & Analyze Data Evaluate Effectiveness & Sustain Efforts Sustainable School Improvement Cycle Set Goals Based On Data Implement & Monitor Investigate Research Based Practices Make Action Plan Graphic Developed by ODE and NWREL

  6. Build Readiness

  7. Collect and Analyze Data

  8. Collect and Analyze Data • Data Driven Decision Making Process That • Collects Cause & Effect Data • Cause (adult) data: professional practices, curriculum availability, leadership decisions, etc. • Effect (student) data: test data, attendance, student safety, etc. • Analyzes data to see what is needed within the building/district • Prioritizes needs “Until you have data as a backup, you’re just another person with an opinion.” Dr. Perry Gluckman

  9. Set Goals Based On Data • Set SMART* Goals • *Strategic, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Timely • Goal template: _________% of ___________ (grade level or group) students will be proficient or above in ___________ (content area) as measured by ____________(measurement tool/assessment) by_______(window of assessment process or specific date). Currently reality:__________________(the current, actual % of students who are proficient).

  10. Investigate Research-based Practices • Create a menu of research-based strategies • Identify indicators that will measure the impact of the use of strategies • Adult • Student

  11. Make An Action Plan • Strategies are classroom actions that lead to the attainment of the goal • Strategies need to be: • Action-Oriented • Measurable/Accountable • Specific • What the teacher, principal, parents will do • What training is needed and indicators of its implementation

  12. Implement and Monitor • The following needs to be in place • Explicit steps for monitoring SMART goals • Key people identified and types of data to be collected and analyzed • Includes process for reporting • To building leadership from classroom/grade level teams • From the building to the Superintendent and Building Parents (School Leadership) • To the Board and Community (Superintendent) • Outlines a process for midcourse correction and reporting

  13. Evaluate Effectiveness & Sustain Efforts • Process should have a system that has • Planned results compared with achieved outcomes • Reports made by building leadership to staff, parents and superintendent about what was learned and what will continue to apply to the next improvement plan • Reports made by superintendent to staff, parents, board and community about what were results, what was learned and what will continue to apply to the next improvement plan

  14. What’s Needed To Be A Learning or Leading Organization

  15. Build Readiness Collect & Analyze Data Evaluate Effectiveness & Sustain Efforts Sustainable School Improvement Cycle* Set Goals Based On Data Implement & Monitor Investigate Research Based Practices Make Action Plan Graphic Developed by ODE and NWREL