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Effective Data Converstaions

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Types of Data Characteristics of Data Conversations Output Process Work In Action Effective Data Conversation Pulse Check
1)We analyze multiple types of data (achievement, process, demographic, and perception) to determined school, educator, and student learning goals

2)We analyze school and team (grade- level, department, course, etc.) data to set annual and short goals for student growth and teacher learning

3)We analyze school, team and classroom data continuously throughout the school year to identify student learning needs

4)We analyze school and team data to measure progress toward annual and short-term goals for student and teacher learning

5)We analyze school, team, and classroom data to make ongoing adjustments in both goals and strategies for attaining the goals Identify the different types of data and its purpose

Provide strategies/ examples to analyze data

Model the use(s) of data sets to help make informed decisions Objectives School Process Data- defines the normal routine or the way
things work around here.
Perceptual Data- data about the school climate learning environment and concern about student learning. These data are usually collected through surveys
Demographic Data- provides descriptive information about the students teachers and community. This might include attendance, graduation rate, gender, ethnicity and disaggregated special education population
Student Learning- data include disaggregated information about student achievement on standardized tests, interim assessment, grade point averages, and gap analysis among various student groups, genders ©2009 McKay Consulting, LLC Domain 2: The Classroom Environment
Creating an environment of respect and rapport
Establishing a culture for learning
Managing classroom procedures
Managing student behavior
Organizing physical space Domain 1: Planning and Preparation
Demonstrating knowledge of content and pedagogy
Demonstrating knowledge of students
Setting instructional outcomes
Demonstrating knowledge of resources
Designing coherent instruction
Designing student assessments A Framework for Teaching:
Professional Practice Rubric Domain 4: Professional Responsibilities
Reflecting on teaching
Maintaining accurate records
Communicating with families
Participating in a professional Community
Growing and developing professionally
Demonstrating professionalism Domain 3: Instruction
Communicating with students
Using questioning and discussion techniques
Engaging students in learning
Using assessment in instruction
Demonstrating flexibility and responsiveness

Danielson 2007 Analysis of the current state of student achievement and create goals for student learning

Practitioners who can take action and monitor student learning should be the core participants in team conversations.

The data should be a good measurement of student learning. Data can be from state, common or national assessment.

Conversation should be centered on teaching and learning and when working with a group the hard questions should be asked to endure that the group moves to actions.

Teams need a recorder who assists in making sure all participants of the group leave with the same understanding of the discussions and next steps. Purpose To provide students with an understanding of their current level of achievement in order to set goals with action strategies so that students are actively engaged in learning

Data Used student work, grades , common assessments

Who is Involved Teacher and individual student

Conversation Topics Goal setting, strategies for success, celebrations of learning, data walls to motivate students to reach higher levels of performance, teaching students to look at their own performance

Frequency once a week to once a month or after each unit Student Goal setting conversations Purpose To engage in deep conversations around teaching and student learning, identifying student successes and challenges and then moving to teaching strategies and approaches that are successful and those that need to be changed

Data Used classroom assessments, student work, common assessments

Who is Involved Grade level or content –area groups

Conversation Topics Growth of students, patterns
in proficiency, instructional strategies and
assessment strategies

Frequency once a week to once every 6-8 weeks Department and/ or grade level Teams with focus on instructional strategies Purpose To identify trends in the achievement of students over time in an individual teacher’s classroom.

Data Used State assessment, end of course assessments, NWEA, AIMSweb, classroom assessments, common assessments

Who is Involved individual teacher and building- level administrator or coach

Conversation Topics growth of students , overall proficiency of students , instructional strategies to meet students learning needs

Frequency At least twice a year for administrator –teacher and as often as weekly with teacher -coach One on one conversations with multi- year growth of students Purpose To identify next steps, interventions, and necessary focus areas for additional students learning

Data Used classroom and common assessments, discipline records and student work

Who is Involved Grade level or content –area groups

Conversation Topics Diagnosis of individual knowledge and skills , next steps for students , grouping of students for instruction and intervention, and progress of student groups and their responsiveness to strategies

Frequency once a week to once every 6 weeks Department and or/ grade level meeting with focus on individual student interventions Purpose To create and monitor a school wide implementation plan for continuous by analyzing student/ school data trends

Data Used State assessment, district benchmarks, NWEA, AIMSweb

Who is Involved School Improvement Team, School Based Planning Team, Entire Staff

Conversation Topics Patterns of student achievement, Needs for school wide programs (instructional, curricular, professional learning), Needs for additional knowledge and skills for staff

Frequency Two times per year Whole school conversations Types of Data Conversation Purpose To provide students with an understanding of their current level of achievement in order to set goals with action strategies so that students are actively engaged in learning

Data Used student work, grades , common assessments

Who is Involved Teacher and individual student

Conversation Topics Goal setting, strategies for success, celebrations of learning, data walls to motivate students to reach higher levels of performance, teaching students to look at their own performance

Frequency once a week to once a month or after each unit Student Goal Setting Conversations "It isn’t the data themselves that helps change schools, it’s how the data are used that impact instruction and ultimately student achievement.”
~Downey et al., 2004 Cynthia Martin (School #57) Presentation "As decision makers, we need a deliberate process to guide us through the examination and analysis of data
Douglass B. Reeves, 2002 Focused conversations put evidence to work in the classroom... From the Classroom to Home A look at School 43 https://docs.google.com/file/d/0Bz6ut-FD8KdPd18zeGhKVXVJOTg/edit?usp=sharing Dave and Dawn
School #7: ONE-ON-ONE http://www.rcsdk12.org/43 http://www.pd360.com/index.cfm?ContentId=1256 http://www.pd360.com/index.cfm?ContentId=1084 Recent Access to SPA Data Warehouse Access/ LogIn to SPA
Explore Data
Which type of meeting can these data be incorporated? http://dwweb/analytics/saw.dll?Dashboard Questions...
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