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SAM’s Got Data…. Using SAM TimeTrack Data to Inform the Work of Instructional Leaders. Welcome and Introductions. “Hey, don’t I know you???”. Essential Questions. What data is provided in the SAM TimeTrack Calendar?

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sam s got data

SAM’s Got Data…

Using SAM TimeTrack Data

to Inform the Work

of Instructional Leaders

welcome and introductions
Welcome and Introductions

“Hey, don’t I know you???”

essential questions
Essential Questions

What data is provided in the SAM TimeTrack Calendar?

How can the data provided in the TimeTrack Calendar be used to inform a leader’s instructional preparation and planning?

What questions can be asked to encourage reflection when reviewing the data with the SAM Team?

What strategies can be used to review the data and plan next steps?

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PROFESSIONAL CAPITAL

“…our book is about a collective transformation of public education achieved by all teachers and leaders in every school.

And it’s about how to secure this through a new strategy that harnesses the commitments and capabilities of the many: the power of professional capital.”

- Hargreaves and Fullan, pg. xi

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PROFESSIONAL CAPITAL

“This is the essence of professional capital… capability and commitment that are constantly developed, applied, and refined with colleagues within the school and beyond it.”

- Hargreaves and Fullan, pg. 76

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Points to Consider

When Discussing the Data……

Where is it?

What Data?

So what?

sam timetrack calendar data
SAM TimeTrack Calendar Data

Assume Positive Intent

Review the Data

Celebrate Good Work

Ask, Don’t Tell

Circle Back

review the timetrack data
Review the TimeTrack Data
  • Pick a chart, any chart
  • What do you see?
  • What don’t you see?
  • What are the principal’s instructional goals?
  • What work has the principal done a lot of?
  • What work has the principal done little of?
celebrate good times come on
Celebrate Good Times, Come On!
  • WOW!!!! WAY TO GO!!!!! You were above goal every day in the month of October!!!!
  • You have increased your instructional planning time with all grade levels by 10% this month!!!! Congratulations!!!!
  • Here’s the individual data for Brenda. You have provided four and one half hours of non-directive feedback with her thus far in the year!
ask don t tell
Ask, Don’t Tell
  • Would you like for me to schedule time for you to observe Mr. Ineed Help as well as some time to provide him feedback?
  • Is it important for you to attend the Literacy Team planning meetings? Would you like for me to schedule time for you to attend the next Literacy Team planning meeting?
  • Are there any follow-up activities that you need to plan with regard to 3rd grade professional development?
circle back
Circle Back
  • How did your meeting with Mr. Ineed Help go? Do you need for me to schedule any other work with him this week?
  • Were you able to attend the Literacy Team planning meeting? What do you want to do next?
  • I know you were able to plan the 3rd grade professional development activity. How did that go? What’s next? Would you like to observe the teachers during math?
  • Are you doing different things? Are these things likely to change teacher practice?
review of data
Review of Data..

Let’s Dig In!

Chart #1- Annual Data- Appetizers

Chart #2- Monthly Data- Salad

Chart #3- Individual Data- Entree

Chart #4- Group Data- Dessert

annual progress
Annual Progress

CHART #1- Appetizers

review of data1
Review of Data..

Chart #1- Annual Data- Appetizers

Chart #2- Monthly Data- Salad

Chart #3- Individual Data- Entree

Chart #4- Group Data- Dessert

review of data2
Review of Data..

Chart #1- Annual Data- Appetizers

Chart #2- Monthly Data- Salad

Chart #3- Individual Data- Entree

Chart #4- Group Data- Dessert

review of data3
Review of Data..

Chart #1- Annual Data- Appetizers

Chart #2- Monthly Data- Salad

Chart #3- Individual Data- Entree

Chart #4- Group Data- Dessert

sam timetrack calendar data1
SAM TimeTrack Calendar Data

Focus Questions

  • What component of the chart do you find most helpful?
  • How have you used information from this chart to impact/change your practice?
  • What new information, if any, did you discover?
what strategies or resources can you use
What Strategies or Resources Can You Use?
  • SAM Daily Meeting Flip Book
  • Reflective Questioning
  • Data Protocols
  • Data Locator Sheets
  • Data Examples
  • Time Change Coaching Guide
wow look at this
Wow! Look at this!

Pick a chart, any chart and ask questions:

  • Here’s the time you’ve spent with teacher Mike Edwards. What are you trying to accomplish?
  • Do you see change of practice with Mike?
  • Would Mike agree?
  • What do you want to do next?
  • Who else is working with Mike?
  • What else can I schedule for you with Mike?

Source: NSIP Daily Meeting Flipbook

action
Action
  • What have you tried?
  • What would you like to try?
  • Who else could help?
  • Could you model for this teacher?
  • Who else could model for this teacher?
  • What professional development has helped?
  • How do you know?
re ective questions
Reflective Questions
  • What is another way you might…
  • What would the teacher say he/she needs?
  • What else might happen…
  • What criteria do you use to…
  • What happened to change your student work and supervision data?
  • Look at your data. What can you do differently to increase instructional time and meet your goal?

Sources: NSIP Daily Meeting Flipbook

Time Change Coaching Guide

data review protocols
Data Review Protocols
  • “Atlas…Looking at Data”
  • “Good Questions”
  • “Chalk Talk”
  • “Data Driven Dialogue”
  • “Considering Evidence”
  • “Choosing A Question”
  • “Circle of Inquiry”

Sources: National School Reform Faculty

(www.nsfharmony.com)

essential questions1
Essential Questions

What data is provided in the SAM TimeTrack Calendar?

How can the data provided in the TimeTrack Calendar be used to inform a leader’s instructional preparation and planning?

What questions can be asked to encourage reflection when reviewing the data with the SAM Team?

What strategies can be used to review the data and plan next steps?

closing and summary
Closing and Summary
  • What is one thing you learned today that you can put into practice immediately?
  • What were your “AHA’s” today?
  • Which of the data sets are you most comfortable with?
  • What are your next steps?
hallenger and heck

The effects of principal leadership are most apparent through the principal’s efforts to influence teachers and others who interact directly with students in instructional settings. Therefore, the principal’s influence on student achievement is an indirect , but nonetheless powerful one.

~Hallenger and Heck