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Sharing Evidence/Dataw/ Colleagues & Supervisors  Heather McMullen & Glenn E. Malone, Ed.D.            AWSP: Finishing the...
Poll Everywhere
Essential Questions1. What does a principal need to know about   data?2. What is the current state of data-laden   initiat...
What should a PrincipalKnow About Data ?
Relationships Precede Learning!
Attitude is Everything!
All Children Can Learn!
When hiring what are the most important skills you are looking for in a principal candidate?1.   A deep awareness that rel...
Wildwood’s Turnaround2 Years of NOT making AYPSchool of Improvement StatusSanctions             The Role of Data?         ...
What is theCurrent StateofData-ladenInitiatives ?
Miss South Carolina
ESEA Flexibility Waiver           AYP        Sanctions       Uniform Bar
Flexibility Waiver                  From:Current annual measurable goals for determiningadequate yearly progress (AYP) and...
Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO)
From AYP to AMO  9 subgroups ~ 11 subgroups        37 Cells ~ 45 Cells         N>30 ~ N>20Yes or No ~ On/Above or Below
AYP
AMO
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Brouillet                  Grades 3-6 Reading MSP Growth AIM Line - ALL                               + 2.3 % /year Initia...
Brouillet                  Grades 3-6 Reading MSP Growth AIM Line - ALL                               + 2.3 % /year Initia...
Am I good enough?    How do I grow?                      Distinguished                      ProficientSatisfactory        ...
Use of Student Growth Data“Student growth data must be a “substantial factor” in evaluating principals for                ...
Achievement Index   sbe.wa.gov Major Changes Student Growth Subgroup Focus
Let’s Explore Some Web Tools
Washington Queryeds.ospi.k12.wa.us
OSPI Report Cardreportcard.ospi.k12.wa.us
WADEwww.cedr.us
Smarter Balanced         Sample Itemssampleitems.smarterbalanced.org
Planning w/ Data…       Where do we start?
Ferrucci Junior High School                 Dr. Aileen Baxter &                 Mr. Michael Kraft                  Success...
EnrollmentFerrucci Junior High                      737                                       Low Income                  ...
EnrollmentFerrucci Junior High                      737                                       Low Income                  ...
At my school, leadership teams help to get   the entire staff “on the same page”     regarding school improvement.        ...
Glacier View Junior High Mr. Mark Vetter Mr. Brian Curtis & Mrs. Rachel Johnson                       Action Research     ...
EnrollmentGlacier View Junior High                   813                                        Low Income                ...
Teacher Perspectives
Teacher Perspectives
Student Perspectives
When we took our teacher  questionnaires, student questionnaires, andtesting outcomes together, there was MUCH to         ...
The Findings• Teachers in the group communicated a  number of false assumptions about students’  literacy skills and readi...
The beauty is the results were difficult to argue with. It didnt leave me in a position of having to  highlight the discon...
Free ResourcesData Readiness AssessmentsLow & High Capacity Data UseReady-made Modules & Videos
Data Walls
3 Phase Dialogue  Predictions Observations  Inferences
Go VisualStoplight Highlightingto emphasize patterns
Data-Driven DialoguePhase 1: Predict                   Phase 2: Go Visual!   – Bring                            – Use stop...
Time?        Rethinking        Restructuring        Reorganizing
COLLABORATION IS KEY!
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  • Teachers and principals are mutually responsible for most elements of the work of teaching and learning. Principals are alone in being charged with closing the achievement gap and managing resources.
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    1. 1. Sharing Evidence/Dataw/ Colleagues & Supervisors Heather McMullen & Glenn E. Malone, Ed.D. AWSP: Finishing the Year Strong 2/19/13
    2. 2. Poll Everywhere
    3. 3. Essential Questions1. What does a principal need to know about data?2. What is the current state of data-laden initiatives?3. What resources are available to help principals explore data?4. What tools or strategies can a principal use to help?5. What examples are available?
    4. 4. What should a PrincipalKnow About Data ?
    5. 5. Relationships Precede Learning!
    6. 6. Attitude is Everything!
    7. 7. All Children Can Learn!
    8. 8. When hiring what are the most important skills you are looking for in a principal candidate?1. A deep awareness that relationships at every point on the continuum are the base from which we work.2. A great attitude, willingness, a smile and kindness.1. The genuine belief that "each child" can learn and succeed.2. A deep understanding of quality instruction, and the desire to do a little extra every day to serve each child.3. The use of formative and summative data to inform and differentiate instruction. Dr. Tim Yeomans, Superintendent
    9. 9. Wildwood’s Turnaround2 Years of NOT making AYPSchool of Improvement StatusSanctions The Role of Data? 35 Schools School of Distinction Washington Achievement Award
    10. 10. What is theCurrent StateofData-ladenInitiatives ?
    11. 11. Miss South Carolina
    12. 12. ESEA Flexibility Waiver AYP Sanctions Uniform Bar
    13. 13. Flexibility Waiver From:Current annual measurable goals for determiningadequate yearly progress (AYP) and associatedsanctions To:New “ambitious but achievable” annual measurableobjectives (AMO) to guide improvement efforts forreading, mathematics, and graduation rates
    14. 14. Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
    15. 15. Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO)
    16. 16. From AYP to AMO 9 subgroups ~ 11 subgroups 37 Cells ~ 45 Cells N>30 ~ N>20Yes or No ~ On/Above or Below
    17. 17. AYP
    18. 18. AMO
    19. 19. 13 1
    20. 20. Brouillet Grades 3-6 Reading MSP Growth AIM Line - ALL + 2.3 % /year Initial Growth Needed + 2.0 % /year Adjusted Growth Needed 100.0 90.0 86.3 84.1 81.8 79.5 80.0 77.2 74.9 72.7 76.2 70.0 60.0% Met Std 50.0 AIM Actual 40.0 30.0 20.0 10.0 0.0 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
    21. 21. Brouillet Grades 3-6 Reading MSP Growth AIM Line - ALL + 2.3 % /year Initial Growth Needed + 2.0 % /year Adjusted Growth Needed 100.0 90.0 86.3 84.1 81.8 79.5 80.0 77.2 74.9 72.7 76.2 70.0 60.0% Met Std 50.0 AIM Actual 40.0 30.0 20.0 10.0 0.0 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
    22. 22. Am I good enough? How do I grow? Distinguished ProficientSatisfactory BasicUnsatisfactory Unsatisfactory
    23. 23. Use of Student Growth Data“Student growth data must be a “substantial factor” in evaluating principals for a least three of the eight evaluation criteria.”• Criteria 3 – Planning with Data (3.4)• Criteria 5 – Improving Instruction (5.2)• Criteria 8 – Closing the Gap (8.3)
    24. 24. Achievement Index sbe.wa.gov Major Changes Student Growth Subgroup Focus
    25. 25. Let’s Explore Some Web Tools
    26. 26. Washington Queryeds.ospi.k12.wa.us
    27. 27. OSPI Report Cardreportcard.ospi.k12.wa.us
    28. 28. WADEwww.cedr.us
    29. 29. Smarter Balanced Sample Itemssampleitems.smarterbalanced.org
    30. 30. Planning w/ Data… Where do we start?
    31. 31. Ferrucci Junior High School Dr. Aileen Baxter & Mr. Michael Kraft Success at the Core TERC Using Data
    32. 32. EnrollmentFerrucci Junior High 737 Low Income 8th Reading 37.4% 73.5% 7th Reading 8th Math White 71.0% 63.7% 69.5% AMO AMO 7th Math Hispanic Reading Math 61.8% 11.9% 67.6% 65.9%
    33. 33. EnrollmentFerrucci Junior High 737 Low Income 8th Reading 37.4% 73.5% 7th Reading 8th Math White 71.0% 63.7% 69.5% AMO AMO 7th Math Hispanic Reading Math 61.8% 11.9% 67.6% 65.9%
    34. 34. At my school, leadership teams help to get the entire staff “on the same page” regarding school improvement. ~ Dr. Aileen Baxter, Principal
    35. 35. Glacier View Junior High Mr. Mark Vetter Mr. Brian Curtis & Mrs. Rachel Johnson Action Research Data Analysis Collaborative Inquiry
    36. 36. EnrollmentGlacier View Junior High 813 Low Income 8th Reading 28.4% 75.3% 7th Reading 8th Math White 82.4% 70.0% 66.5% AMO AMO 7th Math Hispanic Reading Math 79.2% 11.3% 71.7% 72.7%
    37. 37. Teacher Perspectives
    38. 38. Teacher Perspectives
    39. 39. Student Perspectives
    40. 40. When we took our teacher questionnaires, student questionnaires, andtesting outcomes together, there was MUCH to talk about. ~ Rachel Johnson, 9th grade teacher
    41. 41. The Findings• Teachers in the group communicated a number of false assumptions about students’ literacy skills and reading preferences• Analysis of student data was useful in raising awareness of student literacy needs• Teachers changed perspectives and made initial changes in their practices
    42. 42. The beauty is the results were difficult to argue with. It didnt leave me in a position of having to highlight the disconnect; it was laid bare in the numbers and student quotations. Usingcollaborative inquiry was less threatening for all of us. And it was motivating too, in a way that it might not have been without the data. ~ Rachel Johnson, 9th grade teacher
    43. 43. Free ResourcesData Readiness AssessmentsLow & High Capacity Data UseReady-made Modules & Videos
    44. 44. Data Walls
    45. 45. 3 Phase Dialogue Predictions Observations Inferences
    46. 46. Go VisualStoplight Highlightingto emphasize patterns
    47. 47. Data-Driven DialoguePhase 1: Predict Phase 2: Go Visual! – Bring – Use stoplight highlighting Experiences, Possibilities, to emphasize patterns in & Expectations to the data. surface.Phase 3: Observe Phase 4: Infer/ Question – Analyze Data. – Generate possible Explanations. – What are some of the – What inferences or patterns, trends or conclusions can be made? What surprises? questions do you have?
    48. 48. Time? Rethinking Restructuring Reorganizing
    49. 49. COLLABORATION IS KEY!
    50. 50. Questions
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