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Title: Using Data for On-going Problem Solving


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Using Data for On-going Problem Solving
  • Use data in decision layers
  • Is there a problem?
  • Office Referrals per Day per Month
  • Attendance
  • Faculty Reports
  • Additional data (climate, suspensions)
  • What system(s) are problematic?
  • What individuals (individual units) are
    problematic?
  • Dont drown in the data
  • Its OK to be doing well
  • Be efficient

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Using total number of referrals
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Same data using average number of referrals per
day
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Interpreting Office Referral Data Is there a
problem?
  • Absolute level (depending on size of school)
  • Middle Schools (gt10)
  • Elementary Schools (gt3)
  • Trends
  • Peaks before breaks?
  • Gradual increasing trend across year?
  • Compare levels to last year
  • Improvement?

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Is there a problem? 1 Maintain - Modify -
Terminate
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Is there a problem? 2 Maintain - Modify -
Terminate
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Is there a problem? 3 Maintain - Modify -
Terminate
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Is there a problem? 4 Maintain - Modify -
Terminate
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What Systems are Problematic?
  • Referrals by problem behavior?
  • What problem behaviors are most common?
  • Referrals by location?
  • Are there specific problem locations?
  • Referrals by student?
  • Are there many students receiving referrals or
    only a small number of students with many
    referrals?
  • Referrals by time of day?
  • Are there specific times when problems occur?

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Referrals by Problem Behavior
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Referrals by Problem Behavior
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Referrals by Location
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Referrals by Location
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Referrals by Student
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Referrals by Student
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Referrals by Time of Day
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Referrals by Time of Day
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Combining Information
  • Guiding questions
  • Is there a problem?
  • What data did you use?
  • What systems are problematic?
  • Where do you need to focus?
  • The next level of information needed
  • What information is NOT needed?
  • How to identify problem individuals and areas
  • Individual student data
  • Direct observation
  • Faculty/Staff report
  • Designing solutions
  • If many students are making the same mistake, it
    typically is the system that needs to change, not
    the students.
  • Teach, monitor and reward before relying on
    punishment.

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Part 5 Using Multiple Data Sources
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Other Available Data Sources
  • Annual School Climate Survey
  • Safety, weapons, fighting
  • Student, teacher parent responses
  • Suspensions
  • Disproportionality
  • Attendance
  • Academic performance
  • PBIS Implementation fidelity
  • School-wide Evaluation Tool (SET) Team
    Implementation Checklist Implementation Phases
    Inventory (IPI) Staff Survey
  • What else?
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