Data Driven Instruction: Rigorous Data Meetings- Support & Accountability March 1, 2012 First Race So what do I do? Training What makes his analysis effective? How does this lead to effective action planning? Handout pg.2 Identify the preparation steps for the data analysis meeting Describe the components of effective one-onone data meetings & team data meetings Data Driven Culture Common Assessments Leadership (Facilitation & Accountability) Analysis Action Handout pg. 3 The process of identifying patterns of strengths and weaknesses that need to be addressed as well as students at the high and low ends that need small group and/ or individual support as well Individual Teacher Analysis Teacher- Principal Analysis Meeting Grade Level or Team Level Analysis Meeting ANALYSIS: • IMMEDIATE: Ideal 48 hrs, max 1 wk turnaround • BOTTOM LINE: Includes analysis at question level, standards level and overall—how well did the students do as a whole • TEST-IN-HAND analysis: Teacher & instructional leader together • TEACHER-OWNED analysis • DEEP: Moves beyond “what” to “why” Taken from Driven By Data Handout pg.4 Review the assessment given: What content and skills did the assessment measure? What common core standards are measured? Determine how you can represent the data easily for others to view it as well: How can you quantify the results? What specific skills will you report? How can you show how each student scored? Handout pg.5 Identify patterns of strengths & weaknesses Identify standards that students are meeting & standards (or elements of standards) for which students need more targeted instruction & support Identify whole group needs, small group needs, and individual needs (low & high) Handout pg.4 What do you see? How easy are these to complete? What would teachers need support with? Handout pg.7 •Kenyatta outperformed her peers on the first part of the test. •She finished with the lowest score in the class because of her performance on the second half of the test. •If we just looked at her overall score, a conclusion we might make is that she is the weakest academically in the class. Choose: ELA data chart Use Assessment Analysis Questions (pg 9) Handout pg.9 What are the steps? What is essential for the meeting to be time well spent? What support with teachers & leaders need to prepare for data analysis meetings? Handout pg.8 What are you noticing? The Principal? The Teacher? Use: ◦ Tips for Effective Analysis Meetings (pg. 10) ◦ Note-taking sheet for the observer (pg.11) Taken from Driven By Data Handout s pgs.10 & 11 Role-Play Procedure (ABC)* A- Principal (facilitate the meeting) B- Teacher ( sharing data analysis & action plan thoughts) C- Observer (takes notes to give feedback) *(ABC=Rotate roles) Handout s pgs. 10 & 11 What happened? What support would you need? What support would the teacher need? Where are you now? What could be next steps? What support is needed? Data Driven Culture Common Assessments Leadership (Facilitation & Accountability) Analysis Action Handout pg.12 The Swim Meet How do we get this for every student? (Keep the focus on student learning…) Handout pg.2 Where are you now? What could be next steps? What support is needed? Data Driven Culture Common Assessments Leadership (Facilitation & Accountability) Analysis Action March 27 – Analysis Into Action: Using (JCLC) Common Assessment Results Connecting Common Core with DDI Norms for collaborative data meetings Protocols for team data meetings Developing instructional action plans Tips for follow-up & support of action plan implementation On-going follow-up support with regional cluster groups and/ or in-districts Take a few minutes to respond to the questions on your “Ticket Out the Door.” The thinking you share will help to guide our next sessions together. Thank you!