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1 School Steps/ 1 Collect & Chart Data & Results 2 Analyze Strengths & Obstacles 3 Goals Data Team Rubric Principals Leadership Academy FY (Note: All criteria must be met for proficiency) Data Team Meeting Data assembled in discussion format prior to Results include number and percentage of students almost proficient Results are disaggregated according to specific school needs Identification of strengths and needs that are within the direct influence of teachers from direct analysis of student work Needs are prioritized to reflect those areas that will have largest impact within subject areas Goals are SMART o Specific to targeted subject area, grade level, and student population o Measurement instrument to be used and the element examined must be measurable o Achievable percentage gains or increases in terms of expected change o Relevant target tending to urgent needs o Time when the assessment will take place Team (All Criteria PLUS) Teaching data also assembled in discussion format prior to. Results include formative assessments of learning and teaching correlated to identify effective practices. Results disaggregated by teaching practices Cause variables are identified for achievement results based on best professional judgment of team At least one hypothesis is created to inform steps 3, 4, and 5. Goals reflect a consideration of students almost proficient and case by case consideration of what other students can reach the goal Goals are derived from specific team hypotheses Each goal includes baseline and anticipated posttest Each goal closes achievement gaps for targeted student groups Goals are few and prioritized Time when results will be analyzed is formally scheduled. Revised by Stephen White for IA Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency,2008 Page 1 of 6

2 3 Goals 4 Instructional Strategies 5 Determine Results Indicators Goals are SMART o Specific to targeted subject area, grade level, and student population o Measurement instrument to be used and the element examined must be measurable o Achievable percentage gains or increases in terms of expected change o Relevant target tending to urgent needs o Time when the assessment will take place Data Team Meeting (continued) Strategies reflect actions of the adults in the system that change the thinking of students Prioritized to reflect those research based strategies that will have greatest impact. Describes teacher behaviors that will be seen if the selected strategies are implemented Describes student actions that provide evidence of strategy use Describes the change in student performance to be expected if the strategy is having the desired impact Establishes interim time-frame to monitor the implementation of the strategy Clear and detailed (All Criteria PLUS) Reflect a consideration of students almost proficient and case by case consideration of what other students can reach the goal Goals are derived from specific team hypotheses Each goal includes baseline and anticipated posttest Each goal designed to close achievement gaps for targeted student groups Goals are few and prioritized Time when results will be analyzed is formally scheduled. Strategies selected impact multiple content areas Includes teacher modeling of how selected strategies would be implemented Descriptions are provided that allow teams to replicate the described practices Results indicators describe student behaviors associated with success to indicate progress toward goal separate from administration of posttest (student work completed, questions volunteered, etc.) Results indicators provide evidence of degree of implementation of selected strategy or intervention\ Revised by Stephen White for IA Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency,2008 Page 2 of 6

3 6 Member Participation 7 Norms 8 Agenda Actively seek to understand instructional practices described in order to ensure appropriate implementation Openly reflect on own instructional practices Share ideas, successes, and challenges Adhere to time and purpose Bring student evidence and other required resources to Team operates by clearly defined and collaboratively developed norms for professional behavior Norms are referenced prior to each Norms are reflected upon and modified as necessary Outlines 5 steps of the data team process Indicates targeted instructional area and accompanying Power Standards Includes next date Includes next assessment date Allocates time for each component of Focused entirely on collaborative analysis of student work Data Team Meeting (continued) (All Criteria PLUS) Members apply learned practices to classrooms and serve as models for other team members or teachers Members actively solicit ideas, successes, and challenges from each other Assist team members in adhering to stated timeframes and purpose of Agreed upon norms are internalized Team serves as model for professional behavior for other teams in school or district Includes reminders of agreed upon norms Includes reminders and descriptions of role of facilitator and team leader Includes reflections of current team status against goal as appropriate (results from previous assessment, pre-assessment, etc.) Revised by Stephen White for IA Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency,2008 Page 3 of 6

4 9 Minutes 10 Scheduling Data Team Meeting (continued) Accurate representation of process Includes list of members present Indicates prioritized needs for team focus Describes agreed upon strategies Results indicators reflect desired changes in student and teacher behaviors Descriptions of strategies and results indicators are specific and allow team members to consistently implement agreed upon actions Available to team within 48 hours Descriptive enough for leadership to be able to identify team needs and required supports Meetings are scheduled on a regular, consistent basis Meetings are held at least twice monthly for a minimum of 45 minutes Meetings are held within two weeks of availability of data Meeting time is uninterrupted (All Criteria PLUS) Available to team at the end of Record of collaboration, analysis, and strategies allows for replication of practices by professionals outside of the team Indicates expected impact on other standards from improvement in targeted standards (leverage) Interim s are scheduled to collaborate on strategy implementation and make required adjustments (formal or informal) Data in terms of Results indicators is distributed prior to interim s Results indicators are reviewed during interim s and used to make any necessary midcourse adjustments. Revised by Stephen White for IA Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency,2008 Page 4 of 6

5 11 Data 12 Follow-Up Support Structures for Collaboration (continued) Results are available within two weeks of assessment Disaggregated by standard and indicator to support identification of strengths and needs Disaggregated by teacher All team members have results including support personnel who may not be able to attend Targeted groups of students identified by name Supports timely, specific, and relevant feedback to teachers and students to improve performance Clear time lines and responsibilities are delineated for resources/support identified during data team Support is provided to team within identified timelines Data Team Leader/Facilitator meets with building administrator within one week of team to discuss needs, resources, etc. Administrator is aware of Effective Teaching Strategies and supports necessary for their implementation (All Criteria PLUS) Available by the next work day Disaggregated by significant subgroups Teachers only need to report data once All stakeholders aware of data All student needs identified Supports independent student goal setting Data is charted, distributed, and displayed each data team cycle Data routinely examines relationship between antecedent adult actions and student achievement gains (+/-) Administrator displays data for school data team results in public high traffic area Administrator models data-driven behavior by frequent updates and changing data displays of interest Support is available to teams immediately o Ex. Just in time professional development occurs for identified Effective Teaching Strategies. Revised by Stephen White for IA Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency,2008 Page 5 of 6

6 13 Administration Support Structures for Collaboration (continued) Knowledgeable of data team process Provides time for collaboration on a scheduled, consistent basis Models an inquiry-based attitude (defined as facilitating the action research based learning of the faculty and linking student achievement results to adult variables rather than mandating specific practices) Aware of team goals, identified, prioritized areas of need, and selected instructional practices Able to articulate resources, materials identified by team in order to support selected practices Promptly provides support identified by teams Attends at least every other team Publicly celebrates successes of teams. (All Criteria PLUS) Administrator is present during each data team leader and leaves with clearly identified action steps to support team decisions Serves as a model for administrative support of data team process Provides regular opportunities for team members to publicly share their successes during faculty s or other means Provides structures that allow teacher modeling and observation of successful practices General /Insights Next Steps? Responsible Party Start Complete Revised by Stephen White for IA Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency,2008 Page 6 of 6

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