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Data Teams Presentation HCS
Transcript of Data Teams Presentation HCS
Entire grade level
Interdisciplinary Team Focus
Common Formative Assessments
What are instructional
An instructional data team is a small grade-level, department, course-alike, or organizational team that examines work generated from common formative assessments. The work is analyzed, and the data is used to make instructional decisions for differentiated groups of students.
Department and Course-alike teams across
grade levels (Vertical Team)
Smaller content area teams on same grade
level (Horizontal Team)
Middle and High School
Given to all students shared in common by team members
Assessment items are created by the team members
Items focus primarily on prioritized standards and/or learning goals identified by the team
Student work on the CFA is analyzed in meetings and serves as the basis for discussion of changes in instructional practice
What do these teams do?
The 5 Step Data Team Process
1. Collect and chart/display data.
2. Analyze data and prioritize needs
3. Set, review, and revise, incremental
4. Select common instructional strategies to be
employed to address the learning challenges
discovered in Step Two.
5. Determine results indicators.
Q. O. D.
1. What is a data team
and how does it function?
2. How do I get started?
3. Where do I find resources?
Teachers must come prepared for a 60 minute meeting.
a. Complete with student papers (CFA)
b. Arrange from proficient to least proficient
using Excel document
Data is submitted to the team leader PRIOR to the meeting.
At the meeting, the team leader provides each team member with the data shown in a table or graph.
Step 1: Collect and Chart the Data
Step 2: Strengths/Obstacles
The team uses the results from Step 2 to determine the instructional strategies for Step 4.
Researched-based strategies need to be selected for each of the groups of students.
Strategies chosen need to address the obstacles and bring about mastery of the SMART goal.
Step 4: Select Research-based Instructional Strategies
Step 3: SMART Goal
Step 5: Determine Results Indicators
Henderson County Schools
Arrive on Time
Stay on Topic
Q & A
Data Teams use common priority standards, generate common formative assessments, and use common scoring guides to monitor and analyze student performance.
Data Teams have scheduled, collaborative, structured meetings that concentrate on the effectiveness of teaching and learning.
Step 6: Monitor & Evaluate the Results
Data Team Process
College Entrance, etc.)
(Concepts & skills that last over time)
(Important for learning in other subjects)
Short Constructed Response
Extended Written Response
The Leadership and Learning Matrix
The team examines student work to determine strengths, obstacles, and anything that stands out.
Team members should look for
trends, patterns, and
Inferences are made to determine reasons for successes and obstacles.
The team recorder completes a chart for Step 2.
The team members create a short term goal.
The goal needs to be attainable yet challenging and address the needs of diverse learners.
A template is used to create a SMART goal.
This is a very important step that is often overlooked.
It will show if the strategy is having the desired effect on student learning.
The team develops results indicators to clearly describe student and adult behaviors if success is achieved in relation to the instructional strategy.
"Look-fors" in student work are also established.
Monitoring / Action Plan
How will Data Teams communicate with administration about progress, successes, challenges, etc.?
How will administration monitor the progress of the Data Teams and provide feedback regarding their strengths and next steps as a team?
Elementary & Secondary Case Studies
Developing a Data Mind-Set
Grade Level / Departmental
Write with a clear focus, coherent organization, and sufficient elaboration and detail.
"Nice to Know" Standard
Write a business letter.
Evaulate how an author uses words to create mental imagery, suggest mood, and set tone.
"Nice to Know" Standard
Recognize stylistic elements such as voice, tone, and style.
Solve problems and make decisions that depend on understanding, explaining, and quantifying the variability in data.
"Nice to Know" Standard
Understand that the length of a vertical line segment equals the difference of the "y" coordinates.
Determine the main idea of a text; recount the key details and explain how they support the main idea.
CAUSE & EFFECT DATA
DISPLAYING DATA & RESULTS