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  1. Collaborative Data TeamsGrowing to Learn & Learning to Grow Eugene Field Elementary Kindergarten-4thgrade Maryville, Missouri

  2. First, the test! Next, the results! Now, what?

  3. Collaborative Data TeamsEFE Background • 500 students Kindergarten-4th • 60 Preschoolers • Typically 5 sections per grade level • Professional Learning Community (Year 7) • Teams collaborate weekly

  4. Collaborative Data TeamsGrowing to Learn & Learning to Grow • Varying instruction and materials used from one classroom to the next • Students not retaining information • Inconsistency in student grades and assessments • Teachers working extremely hard, but still showing little growth on MAP assessments

  5. Collaborative Data TeamsEssential Outcomes How many years has your school worked with essential outcomes or power standards? • A) What’s that? • B) We started this year • C) 2-3 years • D) More than 3 years

  6. Collaborative Data TeamsTraining • PLC Team (small group) • Whole group • Facilitators through (NWRPDC) • Collaborative grant

  7. Collaborative Data TeamsCommon Assessments • Philosophy • Development • Alignment • Implementation • Continuous reflection

  8. Collaborative Data TeamsData Meetings • Twice per quarter • Data deadline • NWRPDC Facilitator • Discussion on strategies • Transparency of data • Our kids; not my kids, your kids

  9. Collaborative Data TeamsData Team Process

  10. Collaborative Data TeamsMeeting Protocol

  11. Collaborative Data TeamsBenefits • Data is systematically used to guide our instruction • No longer assessing just to assess • Monitor student mastery and retention • Consistency in curriculum (strategies & materials) • Teachers more accountable: • Pacing guide • Data notebooks • Students more accountable: • Set goals • Data notebooks

  12. Collaborative Data TeamsGrowing to Learn & Learning to Grow Eugene Field Elementary K-4

  13. Collaborative Data TeamsData Collection: Common Assessments

  14. Collaborative Data TeamsData Collection: Checkpoints

  15. Collaborative Data TeamsProgress Reporting

  16. Collaborative Data TeamsData Analysis

  17. Collaborative Data Teams How would your staff respond to entering assessment data in this way? • A) We have a similar system in place • B) They would embrace it • C) They would grumble, but dang that line “other duties as assigned” • D) Fight it, ignore it, or throw their computers out the window

  18. Collaborative Data Teams How would your staff respond to this level of transparency of data: teacher names on the wall identifying their class scores? • A) We already have a similar system • B) They would embrace it and see it as a chance to grow as an instructor • C) They would grumble, but live with it • D) Attend meetings with a bag over their heads

  19. Collaborative Data TeamsBefore & After

  20. Collaborative Data Teams Questions & Feedback How could you use this information in your teaching? If you would like any additional info please email hbrady@maryville.k12.mo.us