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The Data Team Process

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on 12 August 2013

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The Data Team Process
Step 1: Collect & Chart Data
- At the beginning of a unit, teachers will give a pre-assessment.

- Before going to a Data Team Meeting, teachers will organize their data and put students' names into a spreadsheet based on assessment scores.
Step 2: Analyze Data & Prioritize Needs
- The team will examine student work and determine strengths, obstacles, & anything that stands out.

- The team members need to look for trends, patterns, and underlying misconceptions.

- Create a chart to organize thoughts and inferences from step 2.
Step 3: Set/Review/Revise SMART Goals
- Based on the obstacles and misconceptions identified, the team will create short-term SMART Goals.

- The goals need to be attainable, yet challenging & address the needs of diverse learners.

- Use a template.
Step 4: Select Research-Based Instructional Strategies
- The team will use results from step 2 to determine instructional strategies/interventions for step 4.

- It is important to use research-based strategies & interventions.

- Instructional strategies need to be determined for each group of students.

- Strategies should bring about mastery of SMART Goals.
Step 5: Determine Results Indicators
- This step is often overlooked but it is very important!

- It will show if the strategy is having the desired effect on student learning.

- The results indicators will clearly describe what happens when adults and students are successful after an intervention.

- "Look-fors" in student work are established.

- Results indicators are determined for each group of students.
Step 6: Monitor and Evaluate Progress
- Monitoring is continuous...not just at the end of the process.

- Monitoring allows for adjustments along the way.

- We not only need to monitor student success, but also the actions of teachers and the success of our implementation.
The Data Team Process
- 6 steps used by collaborative, instructional, grade-level teams to collect & analyze data and use it to drive instruction.

- Designed to bring about greater learning for students, teachers, & administrators.

- Teams use common formative assessments and use the results as a basis to create goals and determine and implement research-based interventions for diverse learners.
6 Steps
1. Collect & Chart Data

2. Analyze Data & Prioritize Needs

3. Set/Review/Revise SMART Goals

4. Select Research-Based Instructional Strategies

5. Determine Results Indicators

6. Monitor & Evaluate Results
Step 3: SMART GOAL: The percentage of _____ scoring proficient in _____ will increase from ___- to-___ by _____ as measured by ______ administered _____.
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