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Hurst Junior High. Using Data for School Improvement. Learning Goals. Identify three different tiers of data use on a campus Identify at least one example of data use on a campus within each tier Apply knowledge of at least one example of data use to existing campus system.

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learning goals
Learning Goals
  • Identify three different tiers of data use on a campus
  • Identify at least one example of data use on a campus within each tier
  • Apply knowledge of at least one example of data use to existing campus system
school wide
School-Wide
  • Assessments
  • Discipline
  • Attendance
  • Evaluate programs
    • Advisory Tutorials
    • Math/Science Academy
    • No 0 Plan
walk through data
Walk-Through Data

Data collected from 3-minute walk-throughs by administration over a 6 week period using Pocket PDAS in 2009

discipline goal team
Discipline Goal Team
  • Goal: Decrease behavior referrals by 10% by May 2012
  • Members include selected teachers, volunteers, administrators
  • Meet every six weeks
  • Review data with entire faculty
plan do study act
Plan/Do/Study/Act
  • Discipline Goal Team meets throughout the year to view data and discuss progress and/or issues
teacher led data meetings
Teacher-Led Data Meetings
  • By subject/grade level
  • After formative assessments
  • Lead teacher led using guiding questions
  • Administrator may be present taking notes

Teacher Data Meetings Video

Teacher interview video

benefits of student data
Benefits of Student Data
  • Engagement in the classroom
  • Responsibility for own learning- Empowerment (Data Folders-Purpose video)
  • Planting Seeds
    • Goal setting (Goal Setting Podcast)
    • Recognition of habits (good/bad)
  • Check on classroom processes(Data and Sped Kids video)
sharing data with the class
Sharing Data with the Class
  • Using a Classroom Data Wall
  • TAKS Tracks Data (video)
  • Benchmark Data (video)
student data folders
Student Data Folders
  • Prepare the right materials
    • Provide supplies for students
    • Have them available in the classroom
  • Have a plan
    • What steps will you take during class on data folder day?
  • Let the students own the folder

Data Folders-Ownership

Video

in the folder
In the Folder
  • Contents must fit students’ needs
    • What is the purpose of the data folder?

Data Folders-References

Video

Data Folders-Charts

Video

Personal Evaluation Sheet 2

Document

Test Evaluation

Document

Radar Chart

Personal Plus/Delta

Warner’s Goal Sheet

Document

Personal Evaluation Sheet

Document

student feedback
Student Feedback

Student 1 Interview

Student 2 Interview

possible limitations
Possible Limitations
  • Data doesn’t show the whole picture of the school.
  • How much data is too much?
  • What are the ramifications of spending too much time on data?
    • Moving too fast with little data?
  • Data without support is deadly.
learning goals review
Learning Goals Review
  • Identify three different tiers of data use on a campus
  • Identify at least one example of data use on a campus within each tier
  • Apply knowledge of at least one example of data use to existing campus system