MVUSD Leadership Summit 2019 <> Gathering Data from Every Direction!

Presented by Jody Oliver, @jodylo


Data for your program is more than just state tests. At any moment there could be a grant or funding opportunity that would allow your program to expand. Are you ready to show data to prove it's awesome? Attend this session to understand current data collection instruments used in MVUSD and how you can use the Google Forms app to collect more specific data for your classroom, program, department, presentation, workshop, community event, or activity!

Data guides us toward success. This is an interactive presentation using Nearpod and Google Slides.
    1. Aequitas (student information system - suspension rates by school, ADA
    2. CDE Data Resources (for everyone to view)
    3. Dataquest (ADA, chronic absenteeism, truancy, suspension, and expulsion rates); (for everyone to view)
    4. A2A (chronic absenteeism reports, monitoring student progress); (new purchase with recent grant)
    5. Panorama Survey, Climate, and SEL for students, staff, and parents
    6. Healthy Kids Surveys - required every other year;
grad data
    1. 8 tips for creating a survey
    2. Great tips! Except I disagree with #3 - responses should be four. According to my stats teacher, using four forces everyone to select above or below - if you use five, research shows many people just click the middle for average.
    3. Really great tips and examples provided here.
    4. Google Forms Training and Help, quizzes too!
    5. Templates and ideas
    6. - Forms just for teachers
    1. How many years has this project been in place?
      1. Has attendance improved, declined, remained the same?
      2. Have you surveyed the appropriateness of the date/place/time?
      3. How well did the registration and/or announcement procedures go?
    2. What are the significant areas of excellence? How is this determined?
    3. What are the significant areas for needs improvement? How is this determined?
    4. Do you have materials, if so, are they provided with purpose?
    5. Do you have community partners, community participants, outside observers? Have you surveyed their involvement?
    6. Who are the stakeholders in this program? Does your survey include each stakeholder? Or do you need separate surveys?
    7. Are you collecting personal statements from participants to use as quotes later?
    8. What impact has this made on your classroom, site, or district? How is this determined?
    9. Are your survey questions providing you the right results?
    1. Rationale
        • What is the name of the program? If a story as to why the name. Every program/practice needs a “name”.
        • Intro sentence describing the program and briefly if other schools involved.
        • Why and when was this program created?
        • Did you develop based on other models, schools, or districts? Describe?
        • Was a target population selected or is it community/district-wide?
        • What need is it addressing for the schools and/or district?
        • Discuss the goals and outcomes of the program.
        • How is this supported via the LCAP (implementation of state standards, student engagement, student academic achievement, school climate, parental involvement, course access, and other student outcomes)?
        • How is the program managed? Funded?
        • Discuss Partnerships (community, higher ed, other sites, government, county, state, national)
    2. Practice
        1. Discuss research-based alignment used to develop this program. What guided you to select and/or create this program?
        2. Describe the innovative methodology used for this practice.
        3. Describe the essential elements, materials, resources, staffing needed for the practice/program.
        4. Discuss the diversity of target group.
        5. What steps of implementation occurred?
        6. How is the program communicated and shared among staff, students, parents?
        7. Did you encounter any challenges, if so, how did you adjust your original goals and outcomes?
        8. How does this align to student learning, high expectations, closing the achievement gap, promote student success in the workforce and postsecondary settings, 4Cs, support A-G and/or CTE? (practices that support the achievement of all students and prepares them for college and career success in the 21st century)?
        9. Any use of Digital Literacy and Technology?
        10. Any collaboration with student leadership groups?
        11. Discuss relationships between school and parents/students.
        12. Involvement County/State/National Wide?
    3. Results
      • How is data collected?
      • Who/When analyzed? How often? How are decisions made?
      • Discuss the qualitative and quantitative data (must include quantitative data and/or qualitative proof of success for the practice).
      • Any formative data? How do you know it’s working?
        • Present performance level, student participation, State score, District Score alignments to project.
      • Describe any “aha” results that were unexpected.
      • Statement regarding support of the replicable program for other schools. Why is it replicable?
      • Discuss improvements over the years as well as plans for sustainability and continued success.
    4. Evidence of Success
      • Why does it work?
      • What Qualitative/Quantitative outcomes have been achieved?
      • Significant student impact:
          1. Shows evidence of success - why do YOU continue this program?
          2. Show robust data charts.
          3. Any connection to graduation, attendance rates?
          4. Any reduced cost to the district?