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How to Assess, Survey and Use the HSTW/MMGW and Site Data to Improve Student Achievement. HSTW NE Ohio Region November 20, 2013. Connecting the Dots Providing Support & Services. State Expectations. Schools Districts. HSTW NE Ohio Region. Report Cards OTES/OPES SLOs PARCC.

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How to Assess, Survey and Use the HSTW/MMGW and Site Data to Improve Student Achievement

HSTW NE Ohio Region

November 20, 2013

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Connecting the Dots Providing Support & Services

State Expectations

Schools

Districts

HSTW

NE Ohio Region

Report Cards OTES/OPES SLOs PARCC

Goals Strategies

Action Steps

today s essential question
Today’s Essential Question

How do we continue to improve student achievement and increase graduation rates while meeting district and state/federal requirements (i.e. OIP, OTES, OPES, SLOs, PARCC) using the HSTW/MMGW school improvement framework and data?

today s outcomes
Today’s Outcomes

Administrators and teachers will be able to:

  • Administer and inform/motivate teachers and students on how to complete the 2014 HSTW Assessment and Teacher and Student Surveys and/or the MMGW Teacher and Student Surveys.
  • Explain and demonstrate the use of data tools: composite reports, HSTW/MMGW Site Data Tool, Live Binder, Data Dashboard, public/private data walls for sharing the assessment/survey information and its value in targeting strategies to improve student performance and growth.
  • Understand the new Ohio Local Report Cards: HS/MS and/or CT and discuss strategies for improving student performance.
congratulations
Congratulations!!!

2013 Schools of Honor

  • Northwestern High School
  • Youngstown Early College High School

2013 Schools of Promise

  • Akron Firestone High School (2nd year)
  • East Palestine High School (7th year)
  • Youngstown Early College High School (7th year)
morning break out sessions
Morning Break-out Sessions
  • How to Administer the 2014 HSTW Assessment and Survey – Intermediate Hall A
  • How to Administer & Motivate for the 2014 MMGW Surveys – Intermediate Hall B
morning break out session outcomes
Morning Break-out Session Outcomes
  • Administer and inform/motivate teachers and students on how to complete the 2014 HSTW Assessment and Teacher and Student Surveys and/or the MMGW Teacher and Student Surveys.
  • Explain and demonstrate the use of a data tool: MMGW composite report (MS session only).
how to administer the 2014 hstw assessment and surveys
How to Administer the 2014 HSTW Assessment and Surveys

High Schools and Career Technical Centers will join us for this session to learn how to administer the 2014 HSTW Assessment and Surveys.

Diane Jamieson

Karen Johnson

how to administer the 2014 mmgw surveys
How to Administer the 2014 MMGW Surveys

Middle Schools will join us for this session to learn how to administer the 2014 MMGW Survey and how to inform and motivate teachers and students. Mike Ross, Data Consultant will also join us by Skype to share data from the 2012 MMGW Correlation Report – Eight Ohio Sites.

Cindy Wheeler

Cynthia Harris

afternoon break out sessions
Afternoon Break-out Sessions
  • High and Middle Schools - Intermediate Hall A
  • How to Create Public and Private Data Walls – Jack Tomasko, HSTW Coach and Data Specialist
  • Understanding the Ohio Local Report Card - Emily J. Passias, Ph.D., Data Administration Manager, Office of Career-Technical Education
  • Career Tech Centers – Intermediate Hall B
  • Understanding the Ohio Local Report Card - Emily
  • Data Tools: Live Binder (MCCTC), Data Dashboard (WCSCC), and How to Create Public and Private Data Walls
afternoon break out session outcomes
Afternoon Break-out Session Outcomes
  • Explain and demonstrate the use of data tools: HSTW/MMGW Site Data Tool, Live Binder, Data Dashboard, public/private data walls for sharing the assessment/survey information and its value in targeting strategies to improve student performance and growth.
  • Understand the new Ohio Local Report Cards: HS/MS and/or CT and discuss strategies for improving student performance.
new local report cards 2012 2013 10 hstw traditional schools
New Local Report Cards 2012-2013 10 HSTW Traditional Schools
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • F

State comparison: red

Green for total of A to C if HSTW is higher % than the state

new local report cards 2012 2013 14 hstw urban 8 schools
New Local Report Cards 2012-2013 14 HSTW Urban 8 Schools
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • F

State comparison: red

Green for total of A to C if HSTW is higher % than the state

new local report cards 2012 2013 20 mmgw traditional schools
New Local Report Cards 2012-2013 20 MMGW Traditional Schools
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • F

State comparison: red; NA not available

* 2 MS not rated for Progress Overall; calculation based on

18 schools

new ct report cards 2012 2013 9 hstw career centers ctpd
New CT Report Cards 2012-2013 9 HSTW Career Centers - CTPD
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • F

State comparison: red; NA not available

on being a professional

…on being a professional

“Over everything else, all the tools they have in their toolboxes, the difference between ineffective and effective teachers is that effective teachers reflect on their teaching in meaningful ways.”

“Ineffective teachers may work hard, but they don’t move along the continuum of self-reflection from unaware, to consciousness, to action, to refinement.”

- Pete Hall

ASCD

Outstanding Young Educator Award

end of day debriefing with coaches
End-of Day Debriefing with Coaches
  • What will you share with colleagues at school to
  • improve the use of multiple data sources, including
  • the HSTW Assessment and Survey and the MMGW
  • Survey data to measure improvement and growth of
  • student performance?
  • How can your coach support you in this work?
remember
Remember…

Focused on one or two data strategies that will provide the best way to monitor student

performance growth!