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Data Process

Six key steps to the data process 2010 THe Leadership and Learning Center
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vanessa kelly

on 24 October 2011

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Data Process
Step 1: Collect and chart data
Step 2: Analyze data and prioritize needs
Step 3: Set, review, and revise incremental SMARTS goals
Step 4: Select common instructional strategies
Step 5. Determine results indicators
Step 6: Monitor and evaluate results
Step One: Collect and chart data
Step 2: Analyze data and prioritize needs
Step 3: Set, review, and revise incremental SMARTS goals
Step 5. Determine results indicators
Step 4: Select common instructional strategies
Step 6: Monitor and evaluate results
Smarts Goal Template
Data Teams gather and display data from
formative assessment results.
What content area is our highest priority?
What sub-group of students is most in need of improvements?
In what skill area(s) do students need to improve?
What skill set needs additional support or intervention?
Identify the strengths and needs of students performance and then form inferences based on the data.
Prioritize by focusing on the most urgent needs of the learners
Priority Standards
Readiness:
Prepare students for
the next level of learning
Leverage:
Have value in
multiple disciplines
Endurance:
Have value for life;
produce long lasting
knowledge and skill
Common formative assessment
State assessment (MAP & PASS)
Pre/post- test
Summative assessment
The percentage of (student group) scoring proficient or higher in/on (content area) will increase from (current reality %) to (goal %) by the end of (month or quarter) as measured by (assessment tool) to be administered on/by (specific date).
These short-term goals are reviewed and revised throughout
the data cycle
Teams collaboratively identify research-based instructional strategies.
Specific
Measureable
Achievable
Relevant
Timely
Student Centered
The way a team plays as a whole determines its success. You may have the greatest bunch of individual stars in the world, but if they don't play together, the club won't be worth a dime.

Babe Ruth
Create descriptors of successful strategy implementation
as well as improvements to be seen in ongoing student work that
would indicate effectiveness of the strategies.
2010 The Leadership and Learning Center
Review student work samples.
Assistance is provided and recieved by members of data teams.
Decide if modifications are necessary.
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