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Schoolwide D ata Meetings. Oregon RTI Project Cadre 6: Initial Training October 12, 2010. Strong data analysis guides decisions. “However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results.” --Winston Churchill, British prime minister.

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schoolwide d ata meetings

Schoolwide Data Meetings

Oregon RTI Project

Cadre 6: Initial Training

October 12, 2010

strong data analysis guides decisions
Strong data analysis guides decisions

“However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results.”

--Winston Churchill,

British prime minister

schoolwide data meetings purpose
Schoolwide Data Meetings: Purpose
  • To determine the effectiveness of the core programming

AND

  • Make necessary adjustments to the core programming if it is not meeting the needs of most students (at least 80%)
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We don’t talk about individual students at Schoolwide Data Meetings because…

Schoolwide Data Meetings turn data into action for ALL students

guiding questions
Guiding Questions
  • Is core sufficient for most students? (at least 80%)
  • What will we DO to improve the core?
using oaks
Using OAKS

Can also examine OAKS data to determine percentage of students meeting minimum OAKS proficiency standards…

As set by your district

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OAKS
  • Passing OAKS 3rd grade (204) places a child in the 17th percentile
  • Passing 3rd grade is not enough.
  • By 5th grade, if these students stay at the same percentile they will fail OAKS
  • By 10th grade, if these students stay at the same percentile they will fail OAKS
  • This student will score a 236 and pass at the 32nd percentile

Based on 2009-2010 ODE percentiles

what does your screening data look like1
What does your screening data look like?

If the Core is not meeting the needs of the majority of your students…

…you must ask the question:

“Why?”

?

guiding questions1
Guiding Questions
  • Is core sufficient for most students? (at least 80%)
  • What will we DO to improve the core?
what agreements can we make around
What agreements can we make around…

…common Curriculum needs

…Fidelity to the core

…common Instructional Strategies

…common Active Engagement Strategies

…Professional Development needs

take time to celebrate success
Take time to celebrate success
  • What has worked?
  • Create connections between your “Islands of Excellence”
what are the common curriculum needs for all students based on the data
What are the common curriculum needs for ALL students, (based on the data)?

Reading Comprehension

Vocabulary

Oral Reading

Fluency & Accuracy

Phonics

(Alphabetic Principle)

Phonemic Awareness

fidelity to the core
Fidelity to the Core
  • You have to inspect what you expect
  • Principal walkthroughs
  • Core program fidelity checks
  • Are we all doing what we agreed to do?
common instructional strategies
Common Instructional Strategies

Instruction is more important than curriculum

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Common Active EngagementStrategies

How many times it takes to learn something new

  • Average Learner
  • Everybody else
  • Truly disabled student

Jo Robinson (2008)

4-14 times

14-250 times

250-350 times

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Common Active EngagementStrategies

Students only learn when they are engaged

active engagement
Active engagement
  • Think/pair/share
  • Think/write/share
  • Choral response
  • Jobs/roles of students
  • Graphic organizer in use as a response to instruction
  • Physical gestures; hand signals
  • White board responses
  • Manipulatives
  • Students are meaningfully engaged in reading, writing or talking about the content of the lesson
  • Cooperative groups are productively engaged in dialogue, discourse or learning activities
  • Guided practice is evident
  • Student self assessment

Lesson activities

Amy Petti & Tara Black. Adapted from LBUSD

professional development needs
Professional Development Needs
  • Anticipate and be willing to meet the newly emerging needs based on student performance
  • Do teachers have the skills to implement changes to the core?
action plan and goal
Action Plan and Goal
  • All teachers agree to hold each other accountable to the action plan created
  • Set an attainable goal:
action plan and goal1
Action Plan and Goal
  • All teachers agree to hold each other accountable to the action plan created
  • Set an attainable goal:
action plan and goal2
Action Plan and Goal
  • All teachers agree to hold each other accountable to the action plan created
  • Set an attainable goal:
action plan and goal3
Action Plan and Goal
  • All teachers agree to hold each other accountable to the action plan created
  • Set an attainable goal:
improving your core
Improving Your Core

Instructional Strategies

Active Engagement Strategies

Common Instructional Needs

Fidelity

what can we do that will benefit all students
What can we DO that will benefit ALL students?

Schoolwide Data Meetings turn data into action for ALL students