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Title: Building Your Data Notebook for School Improvement


1
Building Your Data Notebook for School Improvement
  • PURPOSE In compliance with state mandate, local
    Data Diggers will collect data into a single
    source used to answer online analysis questions
    as a School Improvement TEAM.

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A moment to reflect on Good Things in your life
(personally or educationally)
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One Common Voice One Plan Michigan Continuous
School Improvement Stages and Steps
  • Getting Ready
  • Collect Data
  • Build/Analyze Profiles
  • School Data Profile/Analysis
  • School Process Profile/Analysis
  • Summary Report
  • Set Goals
  • Set Measurable Objectives
  • Research Best Practice
  • Develop Action Plans
  • Implement Plan
  • Monitor Plan
  • Evaluate Plan
  • Repeat steps 1 - 10

Gather Study Plan Do
Comprehensive Needs Assessment
School Improvement Plan
  1. Collect
  2. Discuss
  3. Report

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One Common Voice One Plan Michigan Continuous
School Improvement Stages and Steps
  • Getting Ready
  • Collect Data
  • Build/Analyze Profiles
  • School Data Profile/Analysis
  • School Process Profile/Analysis
  • Summary Report
  • Set Goals
  • Set Measurable Objectives
  • .
  • .
  • .
  • How does your building collect data for the
    School Process Profile (a.k.a 40 Rubrics) in
    order to involve the most stakeholders?
  • REMEMBER SPR 40 DUE March 11!
  • Gather
  • Study
  • Collect
  • Discuss
  • Report

Comprehensive Needs Assessment
School Improvement Plan
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One Common Voice One Plan Gather Collect Data
  • What do you already know?
  • What data do you need to know?
  • What additional information/data do you need to
    know?
  • Where can the information/data be found?

Process Data Disciplinary Information Policies
and Procedures School Process Rubrics
Achievement/ Outcome Data Local
Assessments State Assessments National Assessments
Demographic Data Student Subgroups Enrollment Sta
ff Attendance Graduation/ Dropout Rates
Perception Data   Survey Data Opinions  
The list of data examples above is not all
inclusive. Your building may have other data to
consider.
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What types of data are not readily available in
your building?
Demographic Data Achievement/ Outcome Data Process Data Perception Data
Enrollment Subgroups of students Staff Attendance (Students and Staff) Mobility Graduation and Dropout Conference Attendance Education status Student subgroups Parent Involvement Teaching Staff Course enrollment patterns Discipline referrals Suspension rates Alcohol-tobacco-drugs violations Participation extra-curriculars Physical, mental, social and health Local assessments Benchmarking data, District Common Assessments, Classroom assessments, Report Cards State assessments MME, ACT, MEAP, MIAccess, MEAP Access, ELPA National assessments ACT, ACT Plan, ACT Explore, WorkKeys, NWEA, ITBS, CAT, MET NAEP, PSAT GPA Dropout rates College acceptance School Process Profile Rubrics (40 or 90) or SA/SAR (NCA) Policies and procedures (e.g. grading, homework, attendance, discipline) Academic and behavior expectations Parent participation PT conferences, PTO/PTA, volunteers Suspension data Educational Events occurred Who, what, when, where, why, how, What you did for Whom (e.g. All 8th graders received violence Prevention assembly by Bully Free in January, 2011) Parent Survey data Student Survey data Community Survey Staff Survey data NOTE People act based on what they believe How do they see you/us?
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Where do you find data in YOUR building?
(Infinite Campus, IRIS, etc.)
Data Sources? Elementary Cohort
IRIS Data Warehouse 90 Infinite Campus 50
Survey Monkey Power School 50
Google Docs Surveys Unknown SMS 7
University of Oregon (DIBELS) 75 Data Director 7
NWEA or MAP Testing 30 ITBS 33
Mastery Manager 30 Terra Nova 7
Delta Math 90 Explore, Plan, ACT
Data 4 Student Success AdvancED pre-populated

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Where do you find data in YOUR building?
(Infinite Campus, IRIS, etc.)
Data Sources? Secondary Cohort
IRIS Data Warehouse 90 Infinite Campus 80
OEAA D4SS 100 Power School 20
Data Director (CA) 10 Explore Plan 90
SRI Reading Data 10 Delta Math 10
NWEA MAP Testing 20




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A Collaborative Problem Solving Approach to
Student Achievement
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SIP will be available on Feb. 14
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  • Collect
  • Discuss
  • Report

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  • Many of the data reports are NOT pre-populated.
    The State does not include ELPA and certainly any
    of your local data. Therefore you will find IRIS
    (Data Warehouse) useful to obtain these types of
    data sets for the SDP/A.
  • powered by

NWEA (MAP) SRI ITBS Common Assessments DIBELS
ACT Plan ACT Explore WRT Rubrics STAR
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Pre-populated enrollment data is for 2004-2009
(NEW As of Monday, January 17, 2011)
Pre-populated MEAP/MME data is for 2005-2009
Information will be updated 4 times a year
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The SDP/A (School Data Profile/Analysis) will now
be required and answers submitted online
  • Buildings will need to collect data, analyze the
    data, and answer questions related to the data
    analysis on the AdvancEd website.
  • All questions MUST be answered online best to
    simply be honest even if data not available at
    this time. (See p. 38 Question 5 sample)
  • Schools are REQUIRED to keep this data in their
    buildings.
  • However, data will NOT be entered on the website.

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DECISION TIME How will you collect one source
of data?
  • Electronic Data Notebook
  • Compiled into one document (template provided by
    OAISD)
  • PDF files stored into folders on shared directory
  • Printed copies of reports
  • Gathered in one binder
  • Collected in file folders
  • NOTE 1 year (not 5 years) is better than 0.

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Step 1 Demographic Data
  • AdvancED data available online
  • Does NOT include current 2010 data
  • IRIS Data
  • If connected to student management will create
    tables similar to template including 2010 data!
  • Transferring to the notebook OR storing as PDF
    led by Laurie Smith

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BREAK TIME!
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Step 2 Achievement Data
  • AdvancED D4SS data available online
  • Does NOT include current 2010 data
  • IRIS Data
  • Includes 2010 data but may not follow cohort or
    include grade levels above and below
  • Suggested transferring percents to document, also
    INCLUDE Career College Readiness
  • Transferring to the notebook OR storing as PDF
    led by Laurie Smith

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Thank you for all your work!
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