Create a Data-Driven School   Culture for Goal Setting and      School ImprovementPresenters:Principal Chris PiperChris.Pi...
Objectives:Attendees will use value-added data  – for goal setting and school improvement.  – to help teachers identify sp...
Our Data Plan
From Data ReviewData shared      To Goal Settingwith buildingData shared      Goal settingwith teams      forms received  ...
Sharing Building Data
Math Scores
5th   Grade Math Scores
Potential Questions For     Value-added Analysis:• What subgroups experienced the smallest gains? Why?• What subgroups exp...
T-cap Score Review
T-cap Score Review Cont.
Now What???      We can look at actual student      OAA performance from this      group and see that 15 students      wer...
Creating Watch Lists and   Enrichment Lists
Information for ParentsHow useful would this be to help motivate     this student and his parents?
Information for Parents                    This parent                    contended                    that her child     ...
Information for Parents This parent repeatedly questioned instructional strategies and the lack of a text book last year. ...
Data for Beginning-of-Year  Goal-Setting Meetings  1.   Class Score Reports (Success Website)  2.   OAA Released Items (Su...
Questions???
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June 27, 2:00 – 3:00pm, Room: Fayette
Gain experience from a former district value-added specialist turned principal, who has leveraged value-added data for over eight years. Learn how to pair value-added data with achievement data to gain a clearer picture of strengths and weaknesses for goal setting and school improvement. This session will show how to use student projections to facilitate productive parent-teacher conferences and prepare watch lists identifying at-risk students. Participants will learn how value-added data enable schools to plan for the future and reflect on past practices for continuous school improvement.
Main Presenter: Chris Piper, Jonathan Alder Local School District
Co-Presenter(s): David Lanka, Jonathan Alder Local School District

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Create a Data-Driven School Culture for Goal Setting and School Improvement

  1. 1. Create a Data-Driven School Culture for Goal Setting and School ImprovementPresenters:Principal Chris PiperChris.Piper@japioneers.orgTeacher David LankaDavid.Lanka@japioneers.org
  2. 2. Objectives:Attendees will use value-added data – for goal setting and school improvement. – to help teachers identify specific areas for improving student growth in their classrooms. – to identify at-risk and enrichment students. – to inform parents of their child’s progress.
  3. 3. Our Data Plan
  4. 4. From Data ReviewData shared To Goal Settingwith buildingData shared Goal settingwith teams forms received Additional meetings with teachers to address areasT-cap scores Goal setting of concern reviewed forms complete
  5. 5. Sharing Building Data
  6. 6. Math Scores
  7. 7. 5th Grade Math Scores
  8. 8. Potential Questions For Value-added Analysis:• What subgroups experienced the smallest gains? Why?• What subgroups experienced the largest gains? Why?• What conclusions can you draw from the data about ability grouping? – Is what were doing working? Why or why not?• What is happening to the achivement gap? – If its widening or staying the same, what can we do to close it?
  9. 9. T-cap Score Review
  10. 10. T-cap Score Review Cont.
  11. 11. Now What??? We can look at actual student OAA performance from this group and see that 15 students were only proficient in Reading Processes whereas ALL students were above proficient for Literary Text. We found an area of strength and an area for improvement!!!
  12. 12. Creating Watch Lists and Enrichment Lists
  13. 13. Information for ParentsHow useful would this be to help motivate this student and his parents?
  14. 14. Information for Parents This parent contended that her child was falling behind and required an IEP.
  15. 15. Information for Parents This parent repeatedly questioned instructional strategies and the lack of a text book last year. This year he questioned again. How is his child doing at Canaan?
  16. 16. Data for Beginning-of-Year Goal-Setting Meetings 1. Class Score Reports (Success Website) 2. OAA Released Items (Success Website) 3. School Item Analysis Report (Success Website) 4. Current Grade Student Scores (Success Website) 5. Student Pattern Report (Battelle for Kids) 6. Diagnostic Summary (Battelle for Kids) 7. Performance Diagnostic (Battelle for Kids) 8. Custom Student Report (Battelle for Kids) a. Students who last tested in last year’s grade b. With projected proficiency i. Current grade proficient 0 to 75% OR ii. Current grade accelerated 50 to 100% OR iii. Current grade advanced 50 to 100%
  17. 17. Questions???
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