Data: Truth and Lies Heath Henwood [email protected] Ph 0417 730 904 About: Heath Henwood Twenty Year in Education, working in Schools 5 years as Principal
Last 7 years as a Teaching Master Teacher, Pedagogical & Curriculum Coach Qualifications in Leadership; Education; Science; Technology Worked in:
State and Private Schools Low & High Socio-economic Schools, City Regional & Rural Primary, P-12 Colleges, Secondary & Special Schools
Todays Presentation address Why Data? What Data should we collect? Model to Become a Data Driven School How to Analyse Data Using Data to Inform Teacher Practice
93% of Teachers are Collecting and/or using Data 67% are unhappy with quality & quantity being collected Why Data? 1. Discover Patterns in Student behaviours & Learning. 2. Discover Patterns in Teacher behaviours, Learning & Teaching.
3. Improve Curriculum 4. Guides Conversations 5. Promotes a Culture of Learning within the School What Data? What Data will be useful for your School? For Your Teachers?
Data is to guide Conversations What Data is required to direct conversation about: Academic Learning? Behaviours? Communication? What Data?
Formative Assessment Standardise Tests Observations Projects, Essays & Exams Formal Reports eg Medical, Becoming a Data Driven School
Data gives the what, It does not gives the why or how Becoming a Data Driven School Professional
Development Becoming a Data Driven School Professional Development Start
Small Professional Development Teach & Assess
Start Small Professional Development Data
Systems Start Small Teach & Assess
Professional Development Start Small Data
Analysis Data Systems Teach & Assess
Professional Reteach Data Analysis Development
Data Systems Start Small Teach &
Assess Reteach Professional Data
Analysis Data Systems Development Start Small
Teach & Assess Analysing Data Student A - Reading 25
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2016 2017 Analysing Data Ask what is the Story Behind the Data Putting Faces on the Data
Importance of teachers knowing students well. Analysing Data Not a Solo Journey Collaboration provides a space for professional learning.
Analysing Data Conversation should addressed: Background information Areas of need for the student; Basis for student under-performing / current performance Identify one area of improvement Plan SMART goals for this student
Strategies that you will implement Date for the next meeting. Reteach Professional
Data Analysis Data Systems Development
Start Small Teach & Assess Using Data to Inform Teacher Practice
Conversations are ongoing Teachers are continually getting new data to examine & make changes. Once we notice something in the data, we have the initiate conversations.
Analysing Data Professional conversations Time Issues Addressed in: Staff Meetings Professional Development, twilight sessions, Through Head of Department.
Using Data to Inform Teacher Practice Utilise Data Walls to provide a visual displays and case management meetings around selected students. Making It Collaborative, Not Competitive Teachers see everyones data, not just their own data and scores. Creates a culture of openness
Becoming a Data Driven School Data Walls Data Walls
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Location - Where teachers have regular access Students should have access to their own data. Using Data to Inform Teacher Practice Develop a school Data-Friendly Culture Death by Data
Determine what would be the most useful for teachers Every teacher will have a different comfort level of working with data. Using Data to Inform Teacher Practice Student Driven Data
Have Students rate the content and the teaching In the past Teachers have "Taught to the middle." We need to Teach individuals, corporately Using Data to Inform Teacher Practice Use the Data to Decide Student Grouping and
Differentiation Get Curious About Contradictions and Take Action Questions? Heath Henwood [email protected] Ph 0417 730 904
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