Get in the Game!: A Comprehensive Overview
of Continuous Improvement in Education

Dr. Jay Marino & Mrs. Mandy Ellis
Find another person with the
same number on their card.
Answer the following questions.
• Why did you attend this session?...
Presentation Objectives
•Provide an overview of systemic continuous
improvement and its processes and tools
•Provide a fou...
http://www.dunlapcusd.net/CI/Pages/default.aspx
Dunlap District 323
• K-12 Large Unit District

• Total Enrollment: 4,080
•527 Employees
•18 Administrators
• Serving an e...
Teamwork, Collaboration &
Shared Leadership; the pillars of
successful organizations
Point B- “The
Desired State”

Point A...
District

Strategic
Plan

“The focus is
on achieve a

shared vision,
and all understand
their role in
achieving the
vision...
Banner’s Pledge for Excellence
M ISSION

DUNLAP GRADE SCHOOL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STRATEGIC PLAN
RIDGEVIEW
DUNLAP VALLEY MIDD...
I cannot possibly
do one more thing!
Topics for Discussion
• In your system, how do you set
and communicate direction?
• Do you have a clear mission and
vision...
1
District

8
Schools

200
Classrooms

Dunlap School District
District Leadership Team

School Building
Building Leadershi...
District Leadership Team
The purpose of the District
Leadership Team is to provide
oversight and the “voice of
the custome...
Key Tasks
• Monitor the District Strategic Plan
– SMART goals & Action Plans
– Balanced Score Card

• Provide Input on Dis...
Random Acts of Improvement
Aim of the
Organization

Aim of the
Organization
Goals & Measures

Goals & Measures

Aligned Ac...
Building Leadership Team
Representative
s from each
Representatives

BLT
Grade
Level
Teams
PLC Content
Area
Specialists

D...
What is a Professional Learning Community?

A team with an
intentional focus on
learning which results in

continuous scho...
The 4 Key PLC Questions
1. What do we want each students to

or be able to do?

know

learned?
How do we respond when stud...
Professional Learning Communities
• Shared values
and vision
• Collaborative
Culture
• Focus on
outcomes
• Supportive
and ...
What do we want students to know?
Plan
Continuous
Improvement

Standardize
Improvement

Define the
System

HOW do we know
...
Professional Learning Communities in Action
Topics for Discussion
• How is shared leadership fostered
in your system?
• What organizational leadership structures
exis...
“No one escapes
continuous
improvement!”

31
32
Quality Tools and
PDSA To
Obtain SMART
Goals

Data Display
To Track
Progress

Department Plan
on a Page

SMART
Goals
For E...
Systematic Alignment
School
mission

Class
mission

Student

mission
36
Systematic Alignment
School
Goals

Class
Goals

Student

Goals

I will get better at reading by October 2012. I
will know ...
Planon-aPage
Ground Rules
created by
Students

Classroom
Mission
Statement

Classroom &
Student SMART
Goals

Dunlap Grade School

Quali...
Old School
Ground Rules

41
Classroom Ground Rules
Ground Rules
created by
Students

Classroom
Mission
Statement

Classroom &
Student SMART
Goals

Dunlap Grade School

Quali...
Ground Rules
created by
Students

Classroom
Mission
Statement

Classroom &
Student SMART
Goals

Dunlap Grade School

Quali...
SMART Goals
• SMART is an acronym for:
Specific
Measurable
Attainable
Realistic
Time-Bound
• SMART goals define the „desir...
Ground Rules
created by
Students

Classroom
Mission
Statement

Classroom &
Student SMART
Goals

Dunlap Grade School

Quali...
School-Wide Data Center
Classroom Data Center

District
Plan-on-a
Page

School
Plan-on-a
Page

Classroom
Plan-on-a
Page

Classroom
SMART Goals
mon...
Ground Rules
created by
Students

Classroom
Mission
Statement

Classroom &
Student SMART
Goals

Dunlap Grade School

Quali...
Student Data Folders
• Utilized by students to organize their
continuous improvement tools
• Allows students and teachers ...
Ground Rules
created by
Students

Classroom
Mission
Statement

Classroom &
Student SMART
Goals

Dunlap Grade School

Quali...
Student Led Conferences
Student Led Conferences
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•

Introductions
Review of Data Binder
Review of Class Goals/Data Center
Review of B...
Ground Rules
created by
Students

Classroom
Mission
Statement

Classroom &
Student SMART
Goals

Dunlap Grade School

Quali...
Class Meetings
• Students realize the
classroom is as much
theirs as it is the
teachers
• Empowers students to
become coll...
Class Meeting Agenda Flow Chart
Meeting Leader: ___________________ Date: ____________

Destination (Mission Statement)
“I...
Ground Rules
created by
Students

Classroom
Mission
Statement

Classroom &
Student SMART
Goals

Dunlap Grade School

Quali...
Quality Tools
Quality Tools
Force Field Analysis
Goal: To implement a continuous improvement approach in my
system (classroom, school, district,)
Driv...
Systems Alignment
District Plan on Page Goals
School Improvement Plan
Goals
PLC SMART Goal
(aligned to SIP goals)

PDSA to...
http://www.dunlapcusd.net/CI/Pages/default.aspx
Contact Us:
• Jay Marino
– jmarino@dunlapcusd.net
– http://www.jaymarino.me

• Mandy Ellis
– mellis@dunlapcusd.net
– On tw...
Quality 101: Introduction to Continuous Improvement
Quality 101: Introduction to Continuous Improvement
Quality 101: Introduction to Continuous Improvement
Quality 101: Introduction to Continuous Improvement
Quality 101: Introduction to Continuous Improvement
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Quality 101: Introduction to Continuous Improvement
Quality 101: Introduction to Continuous Improvement
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Quality 101: Introduction to Continuous Improvement
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  • In your system, how do you set and communicate direction? Do you have a clear mission and vision? What does it look like? What’s the true north?
  • Mandy
  • Todd – talk about our schools briefly
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  • In your system, how do you set and communicate direction? Do you have a clear mission and vision? What does it look like? What’s the true north? Include a consegram
  • Todd – does not happen overnight and where are we now?
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  • Mandy/Todd – How do you set and communicate direction in your school? What is the leadership structure? Turn and Talk then share out (Todd)
  • Todd – The engine that drives…
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  • Mandy - Turn and talk – how do you provide opportunities for teachers to collaborate
  • Todd
  • How do you drive the work of the plan on the page? Does your organization have current leadership structures?
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  • Todd – we will spend most of our time here
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  • Todd – ground rules
  • Mandy - mission
  • This is photo of a mural that was recently created at Wilder Waite. It communicates their school’s mission to focus on 21st century skills.Over time, all schools will participate in forming a mission statement for the school that provides clear direction and guidance to our work ahead.
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  • In your system, how do you set and communicate direction? Do you have a clear mission and vision? What does it look like? What’s the true north?
  • Todd
  • Transcript of "Quality 101: Introduction to Continuous Improvement"

    1. 1. Get in the Game!: A Comprehensive Overview of Continuous Improvement in Education Dr. Jay Marino & Mrs. Mandy Ellis
    2. 2. Find another person with the same number on their card. Answer the following questions. • Why did you attend this session? • What do you hope to get out of the session?
    3. 3. Presentation Objectives •Provide an overview of systemic continuous improvement and its processes and tools •Provide a foundation and examples to instill a positive and collaborative educational environment in your system •Learn how teamwork, collaboration and shared leadership serve as the pillars of successful continuous improvement systems 4
    4. 4. http://www.dunlapcusd.net/CI/Pages/default.aspx
    5. 5. Dunlap District 323 • K-12 Large Unit District • Total Enrollment: 4,080 •527 Employees •18 Administrators • Serving an estimated 12,500 residents • 62 Square Miles • 8 Schools
    6. 6. Teamwork, Collaboration & Shared Leadership; the pillars of successful organizations Point B- “The Desired State” Point A- “The Current State” „Plan on a Page! The Road- A Continuous Improvement Journey
    7. 7. District Strategic Plan “The focus is on achieve a shared vision, and all understand their role in achieving the vision”
    8. 8. Banner’s Pledge for Excellence M ISSION DUNLAP GRADE SCHOOL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STRATEGIC PLAN RIDGEVIEW DUNLAP VALLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL STRATEGIC PLAN MISSION The D.M.S. community will create an atmosphere of academic and social growth through 2010-2015 2011-2012 2010-2015 DUNLAP HIGH SCHOOL STRATEGIC PLAN Mission collaboration, support and communication while promoting responsible citizenship, intellectual “Excellence for All” BuildMISSION a foundation that empowers diverse learners in their journey to 2010-2015 development and individual success. st MISSION become successful 21 Century citizens. Engaging all learners to prepare them for the 21st Century. MISSION The Dunlap Valley Middle School community will continue the process of educating and MISSION developing diverse 21st century learners. The Ridgeview community develops lifelong learners through dedication, hard work and Vision The Dunlap High School Community will VISION the progress of all learners to meet the enrich perseverance. Dunlap students will continuously excel The of the Grade School communityin a global society by being: challengesDunlap21st Century. V ISIONwill promote active engagement of all VISION Self-motivated members to ensureDunlap learners will continuously excel in a global the 21st century. that students have the students VISIONa global societyglobal society by skills to succeed in society by being: VISION Dunlap students will continuously excel in a by being: being: Dunlap students will continuously excel in Critical thinkersSelf-motivated learners Effective communicators Self-motivated Dunlap students Self-motivated learners in learners society by being: thinkers students will continuously excel in a global society by being: will continuously excel a global Critical Dunlap VISION Skilled collaborators Critical thinkers thinkers Critical Self-motivated learners Self-motivated learners Effective aware citizens Responsible and culturallycommunicators Dunlap students will continuously excel in a global society by being: Effective Effective communicators Critical thinkers communicators Technologically Skilled collaborators capable creators Critical thinkers Skilled collaborators Self-motivated learners Skilled Effective communicators collaborators Responsible and Effective communicators culturally aware citizens Critical thinkers Skilled collaborators Responsible and culturally aware citizens and culturally BELIEFS Technologically capable creators VALUES & aware Skilled collaboratorsResponsibleEffective communicatorscitizens Responsible and culturally aware citizens Technologically capable citizens We Technologically capable creators Responsible and culturally aware creatorsbelieve that: Skilled collaborators While all children can learn, they Technologically capable creators Technologically capable creatorsResponsible and culturally aware citizens learn at different rates and in different ways. High expectations VALUES & BELIEFS and an engaging, innovative, technological learning environment are critical to the Technologically capable creators students. learning success of all VALUES & BELIEFS We believe that: Students VALUES & BELIEFS must take responsibility for their own learning and achievement. We believe that: V ALUES VALUES & BELIEFS respect, open, and honestrates and in different ways. & children can learn,S learn at different communication. BELIEF they While Effective collaborationall We different ways. While all children can learn, they learn at different ratesrequires believe that: and in trust, mutual District policies High expectations andequitable and consistent implementation oflearning environment are are necessary to ensure an engaging, innovative, technological expectations. We believe that: High expectations and an engaging, innovative, technological learning environment can learn, they learn at different rates and in different ways. While all children are We believe that: We believe that: attainable, While all childrento the learning successcanall Goals they be specific, to the learning success different ways. time-bound. can learn, they learn of different rates criticaldifferent rates expectationsstudents.engaging, innovative, technological learning environment at learn, must learn at measurable,ways. in of all and an and and in differentHigh and results-oriented, critical students. While all childrenall children can learn,Students must take responsibilityin different ways. While they feedback guides improvement. Continual stakeholderlearn at different rates and for their own learning and achievement. are critical the of students. High expectations and an expectations and antheir own engaging,and achievement. learning in a safe and positiveallcriticalenvironment. Students must take responsibility for engaging, innovative, technological toare learning successare learning High expectationstechnological learning environment trust, environment open, and honest communication. High engaging, innovative,believe thatEffectiveinnovative,taught self-disciplinemutual respect, for their own learning and achievement. We and an learning should be technological learning environment are students collaboration requires Students must take responsibility critical to the learning success theall students. success of all students. and honest the learning Effective collaboration requires trust, mutual respect, open, critical to ofto learning success of all students. Effective collaboration requires trust, mutual implementation of District policies are necessary to ensure equitable and consistentrespect, open, and honest Students must take responsibility for their own learning and achievement.learningachievement. Students responsibility for their own learning and and achievement. communication. GOALS AND INDICATORS Students must take must take responsibility for their own expectations. communication. Effective ensure equitable requires and mutual respect, open, and Effective collaboration requires trust, mutual respect, open, trust,honestDistrict policies are necessary to ensure equitable and consistent implementation of District policies are necessary tocollaboration trust,and consistent implementation ofhonest communication. Goals Effective collaboration requires mutual respect, open, and honest communication. Goals must be specific, measurable, attainable, results-oriented, and time-bound. District policies are necessary to ensure equitable and consistent implementation of expectations. communication. expectations. implementation of District policies are necessary to ensure equitable and consistent guides improvement. Continual stakeholder feedback Goals must be Goals must be specific, measurable, attainable,consistent Wilder-Waite students will achieve an 80% or higher on the District policies are necessary toexpectations. By May 2012, 100% ofimplementation of specific, measurable, attainable, results-oriented, and time-bound. ensure equitable and results-oriented, and time-bound. Math: expectations. Goals must be specific, measurable, Continual stakeholder feedback guides improvement. attainable, results-oriented, and time-bound. expectations. end-of-the-year math assessment. Continual stakeholder feedback guides improvement. Goals must be specific, measurable, attainable, results-oriented, and time-bound. Continual stakeholder feedback guides improvement. Goals must be specific, measurable, attainable, results-oriented, and time-bound. Continual stakeholder feedback guides improvement. the 2011-2012 school year, 90% of Banner students will GOAL 1: By the end of GOALS GOALS Continual stakeholder feedback guides improvement. meet/exceed targets on the grade level reading comprehension assessments as GOALS Values and Beliefs School Goals Goal 1: Students at Dunlap Valley Middle School will compile a writing portfolio Reading: 100% of Wilder-Waite students will achieve grade level target scores on each measured by CARS. will improve written exhibiting improvement DGS GOALS theme test. sample from skillsclass by Maystudents meetingschool year, the number of students performing toward a proficient writing language each to 1: 1 . Goal 80% of Bystthe end of each or reading Proficiency will be determined by a content appropriate rubric.end of the 2011-2012measured by the AIMS exceeding the national benchmark by spring 2012, average or above on AIMSweb fluency with increase. as school year, 100% of Banner students will GOAL 2: By the GOALS Goal 1: Goal 2: Goal 3: Web Correct Writing Sequence will participate in a service end of each school Goal 2: By the learning assessment. achieve DMS assessment. 100% of the middle school students atat least 85% on the end-of-the-year math activity byyear, all students will improve writing skills as the conclusion of the 2010-2011 school year. goal-directed reading/math interventions during 2012, 100%Dunlap High School year. will implement the district writing Writing: By May SLC By the of Wilder-Waite teachers end year, 95% of year, To maintain a professional,will develop GOAL 3:within the 2010-2011 environment byof each school our students will of students who have Goal 3: schoolBy the DGS productive environment for end of the 2011-2012 school implementing a the number remain on a satisfying school learning curriculum as measured by classroom walkthroughs and self-assessment. maintained all building/classroom expectations as measured by the To ensure 100% of the ISAT assessed students in theirthe communityone formal written assessmentas a productive partnershipbehavior managementcompletedecrease disruptive behavior, families DMS will plan classrooms. school-wide withgreen at and respectiveto classroom behavior system will increase. measured by a reduced number of reported incidences. with a success rate of 85% by the conclusion of the third term of the 2010-2011 school year. Goal 2: Using benchmark data, all Dunlap Valley Middle School students will receive To continuously improve student growth and achievement measured by our school wide writing rubric.
    9. 9. I cannot possibly do one more thing!
    10. 10. Topics for Discussion • In your system, how do you set and communicate direction? • Do you have a clear mission and vision? • Can you recite your mission? • What does it look like?
    11. 11. 1 District 8 Schools 200 Classrooms Dunlap School District District Leadership Team School Building Building Leadership Team Professional Learning Community Classroom Classroom Learning Community 4,000 Students Student Individual Data Folder and Smart Goals 15
    12. 12. District Leadership Team The purpose of the District Leadership Team is to provide oversight and the “voice of the customer” during the implementation of the 3-5 year District Strategic Plan. 18
    13. 13. Key Tasks • Monitor the District Strategic Plan – SMART goals & Action Plans – Balanced Score Card • Provide Input on District Initiatives – Serve as the “Voice of the Customer” – Provide insight/perspective into: • Stakeholder Satisfaction Surveys • Other key decisions and initiatives • Participate as a “Key Communicator”
    14. 14. Random Acts of Improvement Aim of the Organization Aim of the Organization Goals & Measures Goals & Measures Aligned Acts of Improvement
    15. 15. Building Leadership Team Representative s from each Representatives BLT Grade Level Teams PLC Content Area Specialists Determines communicates, and monitors Classroom or Grade Level goals and Plan on a Page from each PLC including grade level and specialized teachers Determines communicates, and monitors Building goals and Plan on a Page DLT building BLT, administration , and parent /teacher organizations Determines, communicates, and monitors district goals and Plan on a Page
    16. 16. What is a Professional Learning Community? A team with an intentional focus on learning which results in continuous school improvement
    17. 17. The 4 Key PLC Questions 1. What do we want each students to or be able to do? know learned? How do we respond when students don’t learn or struggle? 2. How will we know they have 3. 4. How do we respond to those who have already learned?
    18. 18. Professional Learning Communities • Shared values and vision • Collaborative Culture • Focus on outcomes • Supportive and Shared Leadership • Professional Practice
    19. 19. What do we want students to know? Plan Continuous Improvement Standardize Improvement Define the System HOW do we know if they have learned it? ACT PLAN STUDY Study the Results What evidence do we have of the learning? DO Try Out Improvement Theory Assess Current Situation Analyze Causes How do we respond if they don’t?
    20. 20. Professional Learning Communities in Action
    21. 21. Topics for Discussion • How is shared leadership fostered in your system? • What organizational leadership structures exist in your system? • How is the work of your mission/plan driven?
    22. 22. “No one escapes continuous improvement!” 31
    23. 23. 32
    24. 24. Quality Tools and PDSA To Obtain SMART Goals Data Display To Track Progress Department Plan on a Page SMART Goals For Each Workgroup
    25. 25. Systematic Alignment School mission Class mission Student mission 36
    26. 26. Systematic Alignment School Goals Class Goals Student Goals I will get better at reading by October 2012. I will know this because I will score a 90% or higher on each of my reading theme tests. 37
    27. 27. Planon-aPage
    28. 28. Ground Rules created by Students Classroom Mission Statement Classroom & Student SMART Goals Dunlap Grade School Quality Tools & PDSA used regularly Classroom Meetings Facilitated by Students Classroom Learning Communities Classroom Data Center Student-led Conferences Student Data Folders
    29. 29. Old School Ground Rules 41
    30. 30. Classroom Ground Rules
    31. 31. Ground Rules created by Students Classroom Mission Statement Classroom & Student SMART Goals Dunlap Grade School Quality Tools & PDSA used regularly Classroom Meetings Facilitated by Students Classroom Learning Communities Classroom Data Center Student-led Conferences Student Data Folders
    32. 32. Ground Rules created by Students Classroom Mission Statement Classroom & Student SMART Goals Dunlap Grade School Quality Tools & PDSA used regularly Classroom Meetings Facilitated by Students Classroom Learning Communities Classroom Data Center Student-led Conferences Student Data Folders
    33. 33. SMART Goals • SMART is an acronym for: Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Time-Bound • SMART goals define the „desired‟ state and a provide basis for how the measurement of success will occur. 48
    34. 34. Ground Rules created by Students Classroom Mission Statement Classroom & Student SMART Goals Dunlap Grade School Quality Tools & PDSA used regularly Classroom Meetings Facilitated by Students Classroom Learning Communities Classroom Data Center Student-led Conferences Student Data Folders
    35. 35. School-Wide Data Center
    36. 36. Classroom Data Center District Plan-on-a Page School Plan-on-a Page Classroom Plan-on-a Page Classroom SMART Goals monitored on a frequent and ongoing basis aligned to building goals Classroom Ground Rules 52
    37. 37. Ground Rules created by Students Classroom Mission Statement Classroom & Student SMART Goals Dunlap Grade School Quality Tools & PDSA used regularly Classroom Meetings Facilitated by Students Classroom Learning Communities Classroom Data Center Student-led Conferences Student Data Folders
    38. 38. Student Data Folders • Utilized by students to organize their continuous improvement tools • Allows students and teachers an avenue to track student progress. • Students set individual goals that often correspond to the classroom SMART goal. • Data Folders will also include „I Can‟ Statements for Standards Based Report Cards 54
    39. 39. Ground Rules created by Students Classroom Mission Statement Classroom & Student SMART Goals Dunlap Grade School Quality Tools & PDSA used regularly Classroom Meetings Facilitated by Students Classroom Learning Communities Classroom Data Center Student-led Conferences Student Data Folders
    40. 40. Student Led Conferences
    41. 41. Student Led Conferences • • • • • • • • Introductions Review of Data Binder Review of Class Goals/Data Center Review of Behavior Reflection Goal Setting Parent Input Teacher Input Conference Reflection 58
    42. 42. Ground Rules created by Students Classroom Mission Statement Classroom & Student SMART Goals Dunlap Grade School Quality Tools & PDSA used regularly Classroom Meetings Facilitated by Students Classroom Learning Communities Classroom Data Center Student-led Conferences Student Data Folders
    43. 43. Class Meetings • Students realize the classroom is as much theirs as it is the teachers • Empowers students to become collaborative and problem solvers • Promote personal growth and leadership skills
    44. 44. Class Meeting Agenda Flow Chart Meeting Leader: ___________________ Date: ____________ Destination (Mission Statement) “I am going to review our mission statement.” Rules of the Road (Ground Rules) “I am going to review our classroom ground rules.” Are We There Yet? (Data Board) “Let‟s visit the progress we have made on our journey to continuous improvement.” Pit Stop (Plus/Delta Chart) “It is time to check in and see what systems are working well and where we might need a tune up.” On the Road Again (Close Meeting) “Travelers, it‟s time to get back on the road again!”
    45. 45. Ground Rules created by Students Classroom Mission Statement Classroom & Student SMART Goals Dunlap Grade School Quality Tools & PDSA used regularly Classroom Meetings Facilitated by Students Classroom Learning Communities Classroom Data Center Student-led Conferences Student Data Folders
    46. 46. Quality Tools
    47. 47. Quality Tools
    48. 48. Force Field Analysis Goal: To implement a continuous improvement approach in my system (classroom, school, district,) Driving Forces Restraining Forces (What will help drive this change) (What will hinder or obstruct progress?)
    49. 49. Systems Alignment District Plan on Page Goals School Improvement Plan Goals PLC SMART Goal (aligned to SIP goals) PDSA to Drive Improvements Classroom Data Center SMART Goals and Student SMART goals in data folders
    50. 50. http://www.dunlapcusd.net/CI/Pages/default.aspx
    51. 51. Contact Us: • Jay Marino – jmarino@dunlapcusd.net – http://www.jaymarino.me • Mandy Ellis – mellis@dunlapcusd.net – On twitter @mandyeellis • District Web Site: http://www.dunalpcusd.net
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