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Title: Data for Student Success and Regional Data Initiative Overview September 2010


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Data for Student Success andRegional Data
Initiative OverviewSeptember 2010
  • It is about focusing on building a culture of
    quality data through professional development and
    web based dynamic inquiries for school
    improvement.

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Outcomes
  • Why should I use this?
  • Understand Data for Student Success
  • Understand Regional Data Initiative
  • How do I do this appropriately?
  • Understand the Professional Development modules
    and their basic content and use
  • Where do I look for more info?
  • Awareness of Data 4SS Inquiry Tools and Local
    Data warehouse availability
  • Who can help me plan and implement?

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Understand Data for Student Success
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Understand Data for Student Success
  • Federal Title II Part D of the NCLB Act of 2001
    Enhancing Education through Technology Grant
    awarded through CEPI
  • Awarded 1.5M to Calhoun ISD in partnership with
    Macomb ISD and Shiawassee RESD January 1, 2007
  • Awarded to Calhoun ISD again in
  • 2008 (1.5M)
  • 2009 (1.5M)
  • 2010 (750K)

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Goals of Data for Student Success
  • Build and bring to scale a program that helps
    schools develop cultures of quality data in which
    there are consistent and sustained efforts to
  • Identify critical questions whose answers would
    benefit school districts in decision making to
    inform instruction
  • Provide inquiries designed around the critical
    questions
  • Provide focused professional development on
    data-based decision making
  • Provide a scaffold of support for the Continuous
    Needs Assessment and High Priority Schools

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Collaboration Why?
  • Schools that explore data and take action
    collaboratively provide the most fertile soil in
    which a culture of improvement can take root and
    flourish.
  • "The Collaborative Advantage." Educational
    Leadership Dec/Jan (2009)

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Who should collaborate?
  • Curriculum
  • Technology
  • Special Education
  • Principals
  • Superintendent
  • School Improvement Team
  • Leadership Team

8
Understand the Professional Development Modules
and their basic content and use
9
Professional Development is Critical
  • There are four modules designed around school
    improvement and data
  • Expanded to ten modules that included culture
  • Professional Development is the key to
    understanding how to use data for student success

10
Using Data to Improve Student Achievement Modules
  • Using State Data to Identify School Improvement
    Goals
  • Using School Data to Clarify and Address the
    Problem 
  • Examining Student Work to Inform Instruction
  • Using Classroom Data to Monitor Student Progress
  • For more detailed information please go to
    www.data4ss.org

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Understand the Professional Development modules
and their basic content and use
  • Each professional development module will utilize
    the following tools
  • In depth focus questions to help determine
    outcomes
  • PowerPoint presentations to guide the workshop
  • Worksheets for participants
  • Facilitation guides

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Understand the Professional Development modules
and their basic content and use
  • There are 10 Modules that are tool-independent
  • They can be used with local warehouses and the
    Data 4SS Inquiry tool
  • All professional development resources provide a
    scaffold
  • To model the data analysis process
  • To give districts ownership of their data
  • What are the 10 modules?

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Understand the Professional Development modules
and their basic content and use
  • Three modules Using State, School and Classroom
    Data Professional Development Modules for
    informing School Improvement Process
  • Overall Achievement and Demographic data
  • Identify Sub-group learning issues
  • Determine strategies/interventions for education
    and learning
  • Data Warehouse assists in monitoring growth

15
Understand the Professional Development modules
and their basic content and use
  • Two modules Use Assessments and Examining
    Student Work Modules to
  • Refine data MEAP (grade 3 9) Grade Level
    Content Expectations or MME (grade 11) Standard
    of greatest concern
  • Data Warehouse assists in monitoring progress
    using classroom assessments and common
    assessments in order to focus on learning

16
Understand the Professional Development modules
and their basic content and use
  • Creating Conditions for Professional Learning
    Module
  • Focuses on what needs to be in place for
    professional learning to occur
  • Leadership in Building a Culture of Quality Data
  • Identifies the role of the district and building
    leader in building a culture of quality data
  • Writing
  • Help teams focus on writing process

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Understand the Professional Development modules
and their basic content and use
  • Beyond Achievement Data
  • Moving beyond achievement data into achievement
    related data Attendance, Discipline, Referrals,
    Parent Involvement, Homework and Course
    Enrollment.
  • Data Conferencing
  • This module focuses on understanding the what,
    how and why of a data conference which is used to
    foster collaboration and conversation around
    curriculum and data

18
Understand the Professional Development modules
and their basic content and use
  • New Modules coming fall 2010
  • Reading Grades 3-5
  • Mathematics

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www.data4ss.org
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Understand Inquiry Tool and Professional
Development Module Usage
  • Professional Development Modules
  • All 57 ISDs were trained through Launch events
    and given the opportunity to write an action
    plan how they would empower their local school
    districts to build a culture of quality data
    using the PD modules and inquiry tool.
  • All 57 ISDs have submitted and have or are in the
    process of implementing their Action Plans

24
Understand Inquiry Tool and Professional
Development Module Usage
  • In their Action Plan, Bay Arenac said
  • D4SS is a critical tool for school improvement
    teams in MichiganWe have created this proposal
    with the focus on training a high number of
    teacher leaders and administrators in order to
    increase the chances of sustainability over time,
    over leadership changes and placement changes
    that are sure to occur.

25
Understand Inquiry Tool and Professional
Development Module Usage
  • Manistee indicated in their Action Plan
  • Working with the teacher leaders and
    administrators will help develop capacity in
    the ISD to provide a foundation of support.
    Working with the general population of teachers
    (el, ms, hs), including our high priority school,
    through our integrated sessions (ISD-wide PD days
    and using data to improve student
    achievement/data-driven decision making
    workshops, etc.) will further increase and
    sustain use.

26
Understand Inquiry Tool and Professional
Development Module Usage
  • Statewide System of Support Schools from initial
    Data Driven Decision Making Training evaluation
    (Title I Accountability Grant)
  • 93 indicated Data 4SS resources would moderately
    or extremely support them in their school
    improvement efforts

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Understand Inquiry Tool and Professional
Development Module Usage
  • Participant from a Title 1 Accountability Grant
    Data Driven Decision Making Training stated
  • Excellent training! Thank You for this very,
    very valuable information in such a user-friendly
    manner. I know that this will make a difference
    in our schools to teachers as they continue to
    gather and interpret their data. It will support
    our school improvement efforts greatly.

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Regional Data Initiative PurposeImproving
Instruction through Regional Data Initiatives
  • Purpose provide Michigan teachers with real-time
    access to student data at the classroom level
  • Funded eight proposals that best use the
    programs that are currently in place
  • Provides every educator in Michigan with an
    opportunity to differentiate and individualize
    instruction
  • Builds on professional development for using
    data to inform instruction and how to
    individualize instruction (Universal Design for
    Learning)

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Regional Data Initiative
  • ISDs collaborating on the use of data tools for
    school improvement
  • Data 4SS PD Modules are required to be used
  • Focus is on using both state and local assessment
    data to inform teaching and learning
  • All 57 ISDs participating

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How do Data4SS Inquiries and local data
warehousing tools work together?
  • Together they provide the ability to triangulate
    data from multiple sources using multiple
    measures
  • Both provide non-negotiable state data
  • Data4SS is based on enrollment at time of MEAP
  • Local warehouse is based on live/current
    enrollment
  • Local warehouse provides analysis of district
    required assessments
  • Local warehouse provides analysis of classroom
    performance data
  • Local warehouse provides frequent systematic
    monitoring for growth to avoid unexpected results

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Link to Special Education
  • SIDR/REED Teams responsibility is to work
    collaboratively to continue the analysis of data
    and determine a systematic plan for addressing
    the students specific needs.
  • Statewide Assessment results
  • Data analysis in statewide assessments including
    comparison of individual to grade, district, and
    state averages in area of concern.

33
Awareness of Data 4SS Inquiry Tool and Local
Warehouse Availability
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Dynamic Inquiry Tool
  • Inquiries based on essential questions, aligned
    with the school improvement process, that allow
    for drill down into student data

35
Dynamic Inquiry Tools
  • MEAP
  • Proficiency
  • Students Near Proficiency
  • Comparative Item Analysis
  • Cohort Proficiency
  • Admin Review
  • MME
  • Proficiency
  • Students Near Proficiency
  • Standard Analysis
  • MI-Access
  • Proficiency
  • Students Near Proficiency
  • Continuous Needs Assessment Report
  • Annual Education Report
  • Student History
  • ELPA (coming soon)

36
MEAP Proficiency - All Students
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Cohort Proficiency Inquiry
  • What is the evidence of one years growth for
    one year of instruction?
  • (this is one of the tools to support the new
    requirements)

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Comparative Item Analysis Inquiry
  • How did student performance within a district or
    building or ISD compare to the State?
  • The comparative item analysis inquiry also
    answers the following question
  • How did we do in comparison to the state on
    items/GLCE in a strand?
  • Will help to identify curriculum and teaching
    areas that may need adjustment

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  • Also able to mine by other data such as Students
    with Disabilities

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Link to Local Warehouse Example8th Grade Math
MEAP compared to 9th Grade Algebra GradeNext
Question What area of 8th grade math curriculum
needs to be reviewed?
44
Understand Security of Data
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Data Security Resources
  • Maintaining Confidentiality Activities on Data
    for Student Success web site outline best
    practices and provide resources for addressing
    data security. www.data4ss.org

46
Why? FERPA/HIPPA
  • Family Educational Records and Privacy Act
    (FERPA) and the Health Insurance Portability and
    Access Act (HIPAA)
  • Confidentiality and protection of students data,
    including educational record and directory
    information

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What is an Education Record?
  • The term education records is defined as all
    records, files, documents and other materials
    containing information directly related to a
    student and maintained by the education agency
    or institution, or by a person acting for such
    agency or institution (34 CFR 99.3). This
    includes all records regardless of medium,
    including, but not limited to, handwriting,
    videotape or audiotape, electronic or computer
    files, film, print, microfilm, and microfiche.
  • Forum Guide to the Privacy of Student
    Information A Resource for Schools

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Data for Student SuccessKey Contact Information
  • Your ISD/RESA
  • General
  • www.data4ss.org
  • contact_at_data4ss.org
  • Mary Gehrig, Assistant Superintendent, Calhoun
    ISD
  • gehrigm_at_calhounisd.org
  • Mike Oswalt, Assistant Superintendent, Calhoun
    ISD
  • oswaltm_at_calhounisd.org
  • Becky Rocho, Assistant Superintendent, Calhoun
    ISD
  • rochob_at_calhounisd.org
  • Maureen Slamer Data 4SS PD Director, Calhoun
    ISD
  • slamerm_at_calhounisd.org
  • Tim Hall School Data Specialist, Calhoun ISD
  • hallt_at_calhounisd.org

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ISD/RESA Contact for Regional Data Initiative and
Data 4SS
  • www.data4ss.org
  • Click on the Contact Us tab
  • Curriculum and Technical Contacts are listed for
    each ISD/RESA
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