2010 eagle co technology presentation

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  • Wrote about these problems back in 2001 and did a new more detailed book chapter in 2007. Core of accountability has be fiscal and contract compliance and has flowed up to state and federal agencies around a service-area model.Now that the measures of success have changed, the infrastructure is inadequate to support the demand for data.
  • 2010 eagle co technology presentation

    1. 1. Christopher ThornUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison Value-Added Research Center
    2. 2. Core challenges Systems designed to manage building resources and student teacher ratios – not teaching and learning Multiplicity of funding streams has generated many parallel – non- connected systems New analytical demands rapidly exceeded system capacity and new demands increasing in scale and speed
    3. 3. Logic of performancesystems Inputs Activities Outputs Outcomes Design Program Public & Goals Educators Project Measures Educator Effort Receive Funds Incentives Information Goals Deliver New Measures Project Incentives Staff Program Changes in Instruction Educator Measure Participation Top Mgmt & Performance Key Improved Stakeholder Leadership & Student Support Educators Achievement. Report Receive Outcomes Appropriate Recognition Context Other District Opportunities Programs & & Resources Initiatives
    4. 4. Core data system concerns Data quality and quantity adequate Timeliness of results – both formative feedback along the way and summative reports on performance Instrumentation for collecting non-test score measures Ability to federate data from multiple sources
    5. 5. Technology supportbroadens Original concerns about creating valid performance calculations for payout Out-year tasks are reducing burden of observation, logs, and other data streams Challenge of creating systems to track implementation of interventions at all levels to enhance evaluation capabilities
    6. 6. Where we are working Connect resources to outcomes Track resource expenditures down to school, classroom, and student Value Added Analysis Connect data to operational decisions and improvement planning Build new measures into KPI frameworks
    7. 7. From Small Measures
    8. 8. To Large
    9. 9. Bottom Line for TechStrategy Moving to performance compensation changes the game Evaluation of programs, practices, teacher prep partners, etc. becomes a core business function Culture of evidence can grow from focus on productivity Substantial new demands on socio- technical systems
    10. 10. Inventory SIS (granularity and S-T links) DW (refresh, reports, and dashboards) IMS/LMS HR/Finance PD Platforms in schools/models of use Network (backbone & building deployed)
    11. 11. Discussion & QuestionsChris ThornUniversity of Wisconsin-Madisoncathorn@wisc.edu608-263-2709

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