Utilizing Data to Plan School Improvement

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4/17/2006 (lb). NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau. A Note About Terminology. Entirely talking, information is the plural of datum, and ought to be utilized with a plural verb (like realities). Then again, there has been a growing inclination to utilize it as a proportionate to the uncountable thing data, trailed by a particular verb. This is presently viewed as for the most part worthy in American use, and

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Utilizing Data to Plan School Improvement How the data you gather can illuminate approach and practice successfully NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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At the finish of this session, you will have the capacity to clarify… How instructors can accumulate and break down information that is valuable for school change How teachers can utilize accessible information to arrange school change What information PED requires from schools and regions, and how it is to be submitted NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Rate Yourself: Dataphobe or Data Diva/Dude? NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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The Challenge "Educators have truly depended less on information to control their practice than on instinct, showing rationality, or individual encounters." - Cromley, A. (2000) Using Student Assessment Data: What Can We Learn from Schools? North Central Regional Educational Laboratory Policy Issues, November 2000 (Issue6). [Online]. Accessible: http://www.ncrel.org/approach/bars/html/pivol16/nov2000.htm NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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What is Not Data… X Intuition Tradition Convenience X NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Data Literacy (Michael Fullan) Ability to accumulate tried and true understudy information Capacity to inspect understudy information and comprehend it Ability to roll out improvements in instructing and schools got from those information Commitment to convey adequately and participate in outside appraisal discourses. NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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How viable schools utilize information… In a shared proficient condition To encourage engaged, deliberate direction To drive changes in guideline and affirm fruitful direction To discuss adequately with each other and the group NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Data Helps Us Focus… "Information ought to be a fundamental element of how schools work together.'' "If we all things considered concentrate on objectives and consistently measure the effect of the methods..., then we will show signs of improvement results'' Mike Schmoker, Results,: The Key to Continuous School Improvement NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Student-focused Data Demographic Data – Who are the understudies? Enlistment, Attendance, Ethnicity Achievement Data – What do they know? State administered Tests, Teacher Observations Program Data – What are we doing to help them learn? School Programs and Processes Perception Data – What do they see about the learning condition? Learning Environment, Values and Beliefs, Attitudes and Observation NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Data and School Improvement To be a main impetus for school change, information must be: … unmistakably pertinent to the general population utilizing it. … decreased or changed to wind up distinctly clear "data". … reliable! NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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How Can Data Be Used For Improvement? Screen understudy advance Judge the adequacy of educational programs and instructional practices Communicate NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Assessment Data NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Administrative Considerations Decide which tests and appraisals are really vital Involve instructors in endeavors to create evaluation rehearses, adjust to state principles and benchmarks, and track understudy advance after some time. Allot more opportunity for instructors to break down and consider understudy information, arrange corrections, and get in-administrations. NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Remember… Data is simply numbers until you accomplish something with it. NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Using Data in the Classroom Monitor understudy advance Identify regions of shortcoming so as to make a move Engage understudies in the assessment of their own advance NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Making Assessment Work for Your Students… and for YOU Student association in the appraisal procedure Student inclusion in record keeping Student contribution in communication NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Student-Involved Classroom Assessments Driven by an obviously verbalized reason Accurately reflect clear accomplishment desires Used as showing apparatuses Deliver brings about an opportune, justifiable and accommodating way NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Using Data at the School Level Evaluate the viability of projects Drive changes in program and educational modules Collectively concentrate on objectives Communicate successfully with each other and with the group NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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A Clear and Unified Understanding What have understudies realized? (What have understudies not realized?) What is being educated adequately? (What should be shown better?) Which projects are working? (Which projects are not working?) NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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A Data Plan Collect fundamental data Identify extra information Disaggregate the information Analyze the information Summarize the information Brainstorm the causes Collect more information Analyze and compress information Identify an objective Repeat the procedure

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Collect the information What information you gather relies on upon what you are attempting to do with it. Is the information for understudy input? Is the information for program assessment? Is the information to quantify program usage? Is the information to be utilized to illuminate classroom direction? NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Study the information Disaggregate Analyze Summarize NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Brainstorm and Collect More Data… "What variables add to… " Acknowledge calculates over which you have no control Focus on the components over which you have impact and will address Gather more information if important to affirm your thoughts NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Identify a Goal and a Plan Steps that will be taken Persons mindful Additional people included Resources required Time required and a timetable Indicators that will be observed NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Repeat the Process Does this help you to remember anything?... P D S A NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Communicate the data To PED… To heads… To educators… To understudies… To the group… Use the configuration that is required, or the arrangement that bodes well for the beneficiary. NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Reports that either utilize or require information… EPSS Monitoring Report Diagnostic Assessment Report Diagnostic Assessment Implementation Review ADS The Alternative Governance Plan NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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For instance, EPSS Goals Should… Be understudy focused… Be quantifiable… Be founded on information… Have methodologies that are research-based… Include proficient advancement demonstrated to bolster the systems… Provide for correspondence of advance and results to all partners. NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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NMSBA Data NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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NMSBA Data NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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School and District Accountability Reports NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Diagnostic Assessment Report Data NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Diagnostic Assessment Report Data (2) NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Diagnostic Assessment Report Data (3) NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Diagnostic Assessment Report Data (4) NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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PDSA Data NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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DAR Implementation Review NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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Part 1. Frameworks ALIGNMENT ACTION STEPS Purpose: To look at the authoritative structures and procedures of the school to guarantee understudy achievement. The Public Education Diagnostic Assessment Team and the School Leadership Team distinguished the accompanying activities expected to additionally build up the authoritative limit of the school. The advance made by the school is recorded beneath. (Fill in the Action Steps from the underlying DAR and assign the status of the activity step. Remarks might be included the sections.) DAR Implementation Review NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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DAR Implementation Review NM Public Education Department Priority Schools Bureau

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DAR Implementation Review Part 2. SHORT CYCLE ASSESSMENTS A. Information PROFILE Purpose: Multiple Up-To-Date Measures are utilized to evaluate understudy advance and educate instructional conveyance. Appraisals must be adjusted to NM Content Standards and Benchmarks. Short Cycle Assessment Data Profile: The Star Reading and Math Assessment was directed in evaluations 6-8 for the school year 2005-06. The numerals inside the cells speak to review equivalency. The Compass Learning ( CL) Assessment was managed in evaluations 6-8 for the school year 2005-06. The numerals inside the cells speak to mean of per penny rectify. The Target Teach (TT) math appraisal was regulated in evaluations 6-8 for the school year 2005-06. The numerals inside the cells speak to mean of understudy capability scores. The EduTest (ET) Reading Assessment was regulated in evaluations 6-8 for the s

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