NSI 2014: Data-Driven Decision Making

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NSI 2014: Data-Driven Decision Making

  1. 1. NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA
  2. 2. NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 | PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA Data Driven Decision Making Amy McDonald, Consultant Wendy Webster, Consultant
  3. 3. 4 Agenda •  What is DDDM? •  Measuring Success •  Group Activity/Brainstorming •  Review of Outcomes/KPIs •  Staff Involvement •  Q/A and Review of Resources
  4. 4. NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 | PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA Overview of DDDM
  5. 5. 6 Data Driven Decision Making is… •  The collection and analysis of data to make decisions that improve student success. •  Continual evaluation accompanied by incremental changes. •  Translation of data into knowledge and actionable strategies. •  Collaboration and communication throughout the school, district and community.
  6. 6. 7 Use data to make decisions Data   Decisions   Data Decisions
  7. 7. 8 What we want to happen Helpful Data I need to…
  8. 8. 9 What happens in reality Teacher Evaluations Partner Assessments SAT GPA ACT Attendance Activities 1600 4.0 32 1.7 365 ???
  9. 9. 10 Focus on outcomes Outcome   Variable   Variable   Variable  
  10. 10. 11 How do you measure success? Staff and students have completed all of their assigned tasks. Students are career and college ready. Productivity Outcome
  11. 11. NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 | PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA Outcomes/Key Performance Indicators
  12. 12. 13 Focusing your analysis •  Outcomes are the ultimate goal. •  Variables are the many data points for each student. They include everything that affects a student’s outcomes. •  Key performance indicators are measurements to determine if you are on track to attain a particular outcome.
  13. 13. 14 Example Outcome: Increase college-going rate of student population Naviance Controlled Variables: •  SuperMatch (11th grade) •  Colleges in Colleges I’m Thinking About (11th grade) •  Colleges I’m Applying to (12th grade) •  Colleges Accepted/Attending (12th grade) KPIs: •  % of Students Completing College SuperMatch •  Average # of Colleges Added per Student (Thinking About and Applying) •  % Accepted
  14. 14. 15 Activity •  5 Groups •  Come up with 3 Outcomes (topic will be provided) •  Come up with Variables within each outcome •  Come up with KPIs for each Variable
  15. 15. 16 Student Growth & Proficiency •  Grade Point Average •  Test score averages •  PLAN •  PSAT •  SAT •  ACT •  State assessment(s) •  International Baccalaureate scores •  % of students who used PrepMe at least once •  % of students who complete the learning style assessment •  % of students who complete Do What You Are assessment •  % of students who complete Career Key assessment •  % of students who complete a Course Plan •  Course Plan Rigor distribution
  16. 16. 17 College Planning •  College Power Score distribution •  Alignment of Course Demand Forecast with college readiness curriculum determined by school/district •  Student interest in specific courses that school/district indicate align with college readiness goals •  Number of applications for individual colleges •  Number of applications for individual colleges •  % of students who submit one or more college applications •  % of students admitted to one or more colleges •  % of students who intend to attend college after graduation •  Meaningful and up-to-date scholarship database available for student use
  17. 17. 18 Career Planning •  % of students who identify careers and career clusters of interest •  % of students interested in professional careers •  % of students interested in technical careers •  % of students interested in careers with specific characteristics, such as STEM, that are determined by the school/district
  18. 18. 19 Student Engagement •  % of students who report they understand the knowledge and skills necessary for success in their careers of interest •  % of students who set goals •  % of students who met goal •  % of students who completed tasks that align with college and career readiness as determined by the school/district(e.g. FAFSA completion, internship/ mentorship requirement) •  % of students who report understanding their learning styles •  % of students who report they have explored colleges and careers based on learning style assessment •  % of students who report they understand the links between careers, preparation needed, college major and projected income
  19. 19. 20 Alumni Performance •  % of students who enrolled in college •  % of students who completed college degrees •  % of students who completed college degrees within a specified timeframe •  % of students with positive perceptions of college and career readiness •  % of students satisfied with teaching or other specified aspects of their K-12 experience •  % of students who are satisfied with their post high school plans •  % of students who enrolled in remedial college mathematics, English or other courses •  % of students who completed remedial college math, English or other courses
  20. 20. NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 | PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA Workshops with Staff
  21. 21. 22 Staff Workshops •  Involve multiple staff members from various roles in the development of data processes. •  Collaborate to make the best possible decisions. •  Use data for decisions and information, not just compliance.
  22. 22. 23 Staff Workshop: Report Review Purpose: Review the reports in Naviance and identify needs. Activities: •  Review reports in Naviance. •  Identify helpful reports. •  For each report, determine: »  Audience: Who should receive this report? »  Parameters: Which students/tasks/variables should be included? »  Frequency: When and how often should this report be run? Next Steps: •  Determine data needed to populate report. »  Ensure data is collected during activities throughout the year. •  Customize and schedule reports in Naviance.
  23. 23. 24 Staff Workshop: KPIs & Outcomes Purpose: Define the key performance indicators and outcomes that are important. Activities: •  Brainstorm student outcomes. What does it mean for students to be successful? •  For each outcome, determine associated KPIs. »  Addendum: Key Performance Indicators Next Steps: •  Document and communicate KPIs and outcomes. •  Map KPIs and outcomes to Naviance activities and reports.
  24. 24. 25 Staff Workshop: Identify Variables Purpose: Identify variables that should be tracked to link to outcomes and KPIs. Activities: •  Review identified outcomes and KPIs. •  Brainstorm variables that could impact outcomes. •  Determine how variables are tracked and stored. »  SIS »  Naviance Activities »  Naviance Surveys »  Other Next Steps: •  Incorporate into Naviance activities and data collection. »  Addendum: Data Collection in Naviance •  Develop maintenance plan.
  25. 25. 26 Staff Workshop: Survey Development Purpose: Create surveys to collect data and inform decisions. Activities: •  Review previously identified needs. »  Direct data collection. »  Indirect collection through reflection and and feedback. •  Brainstorm and organize questions. Next Steps: •  Setup surveys in Naviance. •  Incorporate survey(s) into activities throughout the year.
  26. 26. 27 Staff Workshop: Scope & Sequence Purpose: Define a plan for the activities that need to occur throughout the year. Activities: •  Review available activities in Naviance. •  Review previously identified data needs. •  Review suggested activities in Naviance Implementation Guide and Naviance Network. •  Develop a plan for the activities to be completed by students and staff throughout the year. Next Steps: •  Document and communicate scope and sequence. •  Map to tasks in Success Planner and assign to students.
  27. 27. 28 Staff Workshops What  else  have  you   done  at  your  school  or   district?  
  28. 28. NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 | PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA Make Change
  29. 29. 30 Now What? I have all of this data, now what? •  ANALYZE! •  Update and adjust goals/plans
  30. 30. NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 | PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA Resources
  31. 31. 32 Naviance Resources • Naviance Network Community Forums: http://community.naviance.com/t5/Community- Forums/ct-p/succeed • Naviance Network Help Library, Reporting Section: http://community.naviance.com/t5/Reporting/tkb-p/ Reporting%40tkb
  32. 32. 33 Workshop Resources • ATLAS – Looking at Data: http://www.nsrfharmony.org/protocol/doc/ atlas_looking_data.pdf * • Data.gov in the Classroom, Education Materials: http://www.data.gov/education/page/datagov- classroom
  33. 33. 34 MS Office Resources • Office Support: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/support/ • VLOOKUP (joining data in Excel): http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel-help/ vlookup-HP005209335.aspx • Excel Review, Duke University: https://faculty.fuqua.duke.edu/~pecklund/ ExcelReview/ExcelReview.htm
  34. 34. 35 Misc Stats and Analysis Resources •  Data Mining: The Tool of the Information Age Revolution, Rajan Patel, Stanford (recorded webinar): http://myvideos.stanford.edu/player/slplayer.aspx? coll=2e431434-84e4-4de0-81c9-76035c36a18f&co =12138da9-eab8-405b-a06f-cc11f12e5871&w=true •  Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis, University of Michigan (open course materials): http://open.umich.edu/education/lsa/statistics250/ spring2013
  35. 35. NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 | PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA Questions? Visit our Product Information Booth! #NSI2014

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