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There is an increasing emphasis on school success. Resources are not limited and the most precious of these is time. The time that teachers and students spend together needs to be effective so that ...

There is an increasing emphasis on school success. Resources are not limited and the most precious of these is time. The time that teachers and students spend together needs to be effective so that student are capitalizing on opportunities to learn and ultimately achieving pre-determined educational standards. There are many different components to schools and factors that influence success. Educational leaders can readily become overwhelmed with where to start to make a difference. Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) allows for purposeful evidence-informed decisions to become part of the school culture.

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    Monitoring and Evaluation Supporting School Improvement and Effectiveness Monitoring and Evaluation Supporting School Improvement and Effectiveness Presentation Transcript

    • Monitoring and Evaluation: Supporting School Improvement and Effectiveness
      Dr. Sonia Ben Jaafar
      EduEval
    • School change need to be based on good decisions
      Good decisions are based on data NOT just opinion
      Why?
    • Understanding the terms
      School improvement
      School effectiveness
      Monitoring & evaluation (M&E)
      Role of M&E in schools
      Logic models
      School culture for good decisions
      Agenda
    • School improvement focuses on the processes and outcomes that come from deliberate efforts to improve processes and outcomes in specific schools
      School Improvement
      Increased learner activity
    • Examines processes at sites where outcomes are exemplary compared to similar sites
      School Effectiveness
      ?
      ?
      ?
    • Examines processes in classrooms where outcomes are exemplary compared to other similar classrooms
      School Effectiveness
      ?
      ?
      ?
    • Management tool used to help leaders
      track progress
      demonstrate impact of an intervention/program
      Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E)
      INPUTS
      OUTCOME
      PROCESS
    • Continuous
      Systematic collection of data on specified indicators
      Provides management & stakeholders up to date information on
      Progress
      Use of allocated funds
      Report should be credible & useful
      Inform stakeholders to make good decisions
      Monitoring
      OECD
    • Systematic and objective
      Assessment of an ongoing or completed program
      Design
      Implementation
      Results
      Report should be credible & useful
      To determine if objectives met
      Inform stakeholders on lessons learned
      Evaluation
      OECD
    • Monitoring & Evaluation
      The World Bank
    • Monitoring and evaluation provide essential information for setting priorities and planning further improvement.
      KHDA
      Role of M&E in Schools
    • How to Start
      Want to understand your situation
      Be open to being wrong
      Have questions about
      What you know
      What you want to know
      What you think you know
      School
      Program
      Policy
      Family of schools
      Classroom
      Teaching method
      Assessment method
      How does it really work?
    • What usually happens
    • What usually happens
      Read-a-loud
    • Sequence of components that:
      Logically follow one another
      Start with inputs
      End with outcomes
      • Traditionally linear
      M&E: Logic Model at the center
    • Logic Model: Read-a-Loud
    • Foundation of M&E
      • Is the program worth the investment?
      • How much will it cost for the program to be used in all the schools?
    • Foundation of M&E
      • How many teachers are using the program in class?
      • When teachers use the program in class, are students reading more?
    • Ontario, Canada
      Job-Embedded Program Learning Cycle
      observation sessions
      Teacher visit demonstration classroom
      Immediate debrief sessions
      Joint goal setting
      Cycles of trials – feedback – debrief
      Training program: 2 months
      Monitoring: 1 year
      Example: Assessment for Learning
    • Logic Model
    • Logic Model
      Does the program change how teachers teach in their classroom?
    • Increase in promoting student learning autonomy in classroom practices
      Classroom change was only in classes with participating teachers
      Students reported understanding learning expectations more
      Teachers attributed changes in professional learning in the school to the learning program
      Some Findings
    • Not JUST making decisions
      Asking important questions
      Understanding the situation
      Getting good evidence (data)
      Making decisions based on evidence
      Evidence-informed Decisions
    • School culture
      How a school thinks and acts together
      Collective thinking
      Inclusive process
      Teachers
      Students
      Parents
      Evidence-informed Decisions
    • Designing a Logic Model for Program Evaluations
      Conducting a Program Evaluation: Checking for School Improvement and Effectiveness
      Related Workshops
      Thank you