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1 1 Core Group Training for Implementing MI-Plan

2 2 Result of partnership between:  Center for Education Performance and Assessment (CEPI)  Michigan Department of Education (Office of Field Services)  Michigan North Central Association  MGT of America Acknowledgements

3 3 Training Purpose: Provide training for: The use of MI-Plan as a management tool for the school improvement planning process 1)Facilitating technical use of the MI-PLAN web-based tool. 2)Using MI-Plan processes and techniques for developing systemic school improvement plans.

4 4 What is MI-Plan? Time saving, easy to use web-based management system for creating, implementing, and monitoring school improvements plans. Creates a single planning environment that meets multiple reporting requirements.

5 5 Why Use MI-PLAN? Combines expectations of Revised School Code (Public Act 25), NCA school improvement protocols, Title 1 requirements in “No Child Left Behind”, and Education YES into a web-based planning process. Helps insure coordination of effort and resources. Automatically downloads school data (MEAP, MI-Access, Alternative LEP). Provides common planning process.

6 6 MI-Plan Benefits Creates a collaborative, continuous improvement culture to ensure that all students are achieving at high levels. Encourages innovation through research-based practices. Focuses and aligns staff development and resources. Increases public participation in planning. Provides data to support and document continuous growth.

7 7 MI-Plan Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Step 8: Step 4: Step 6: Step 5: Step 1 Step 2: Step 3: Step 7: What are the steps in the MI-Plan Process? This is a test…This is only a test!

8 8 Achievement Demographic Perception (Aligned to Ed Yes) Contextual (Ed Yes) Goal Target Areas N N N N Student Performance Goals Strategies & Interventions Research Monitoring Evaluating A A A A Reporting Professional Development DATA Collect Analyze MI-Plan Web Tool Process Flow Goal Target Areas SCHOOL PROFILE Narratives Education YES Indicators Monitor EVALUATION Evaluate ACTION PLAN Strategies/Interventions Activities Goals

9 9 MI-Plan Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Step 8: Evaluate Impact on Student Achievement Step 8: Evaluate Impact on Student Achievement Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 6: Develop Action Plan Step 6: Develop Action Plan Step 5: Research and Select Best Practices Step 5: Research and Select Best Practices Step 1: Assess readiness to benefit Step 1: Assess readiness to benefit Step 2: Collect sort and select data Step 2: Collect sort and select data Step 3: Build and Analyze School Portfolio Step 3: Build and Analyze School Portfolio Step 7: Monitor Plan Implementation Step 7: Monitor Plan Implementation An 8 Step Process

10 10 Step 1: Assess Readiness to Benefit (Foundation for Planning) Step 1: Assess Readiness to Benefit (Foundation for Planning) 1.Establish a school improvement team.* 2.Assess school’s readiness to plan.* 3.Determine SIP team/steering committee level of knowledge in school improvement process and research-based practices. 4.Develop a School Introduction.* 5.Create a school improvement planning calendar * 6.Define/clarify the school’s decision making process.* 7.Verify/validate the school’s mission statement. * 8.Create a school vision statement. Essential Process Activities SIP Guide Step 1 * - Required Activities

11 11 Assess readiness to benefit Assess readiness to benefit To be more intentional and focus on what’s important To “professionalize” the culture by learning together and deprivitizing our practice To build learning environments of inquiry, trust, and mutual respect Why do we plan?

12 12 “The most compelling factor leading to school success is functioning in a collaborative family-like atmosphere.” -Bridging the Opportunity Gap Assess readiness to benefit Assess readiness to benefit Building a Continuous Improvement Culture

13 13 Assess readiness to benefit Assess readiness to benefit The Importance of Trust 1 in 2 chances of making significant improvements in student learning Strongest Level of Trust 1 in 7 chances of making significant improvements in student learning ( Source: Bryk and Schneider) Weakest Level of Trust

14 14

15 15 Hersey, Paul and Blanchard, Kenneth, Management of Organizational Behavior, Utilizing Human Resources, Fifth Edition, Prentice Hall, Assess readiness to benefit Assess readiness to benefit School Readiness - the extent to which a school’s staff has the ability and willingness to accomplish a specific task. Two major components of readiness are ability and willingness. Assess School Readiness

16 16 Ability is the knowledge, experience, and skill that an individual or group brings to a particular task or activity. Hersey, Paul and Blanchard, Kenneth, Management of Organizational Behavior, Utilizing Human Resources, Fifth Edition, Prentice Hall, Assess readiness to benefit Assess readiness to benefit Assess School Readiness

17 17 Willingness is the extent to which an individual or group has the confidence, commitment, and motivation to accomplish a specific task. Hersey, Paul and Blanchard, Kenneth, Management of Organizational Behavior, Utilizing Human Resources, Fifth Edition, Prentice Hall, Assess readiness to benefit Assess readiness to benefit Assess School Readiness

18 18 Hersey, Paul and Blanchard, Kenneth, Management of Organizational Behavior, Utilizing Human Resources, Fifth Edition, Prentice Hall, Assess readiness to benefit Assess readiness to benefit Assess School Readiness Sometimes, people aren’t really unwilling, it’s just that they’ve never done a specific task before. They don’t have any experience with it, so they’re insecure or afraid.

19 19 Assess readiness to benefit Assess readiness to benefit “We Make the Road by Walking” “Se Hace Camino al Ander” -Antonio Machado

20 20 Checking for Understanding What are your questions about Laying the Foundation?

21 21 MI-Plan Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Step 8: Evaluate Impact on Student Achievement Step 8: Evaluate Impact on Student Achievement Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 6: Develop Action Plan Step 6: Develop Action Plan Step 5: Research and Select Best Practices Step 5: Research and Select Best Practices Step 1: Assess readiness to benefit Step 1: Assess readiness to benefit Step 2: Collect sort and select data Step 2: Collect sort and select data Step 3: Build and Analyze School Profile Step 3: Build and Analyze School Profile Step 7: Monitor Plan Implementation Step 7: Monitor Plan Implementation An 8 Step Process

22 22 Essential Off-line Process Activities SIPP Guide Step 2 Step 2: Collect, Sort and Select Data Step 2: Collect, Sort and Select Data 1. Schedule SIP Team Meetings.* 2. Determine readiness to benefit.* 3. Determine “What to Collect.” 4. Collect, sort, and select data from a variety of sources.* 5. Inventory programs and processes. 6. Review rational for data choices. 7. Evaluate quality/value of data.* *- Required Activities

23 23 Demographics Contex tual Perceptions Student Learning Collect, Sort and Select data Collect, Sort and Select data MI-Plan Data Domains

24 24 Checking for Understanding What are your questions about Collecting and Selecting Data?

25 25 MI-Plan Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Step 8: Evaluate Impact on Student Achievement Step 8: Evaluate Impact on Student Achievement Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 6: Develop Action Plan Step 6: Develop Action Plan Step 5: Research and Select Best Practices Step 5: Research and Select Best Practices Step 1: Assess readiness to benefit Step 1: Assess readiness to benefit Step 2: Collect sort and select data Step 2: Collect sort and select data Step 3: Build and Analyze School Profile Step 3: Build and Analyze School Profile Step 7: Monitor Plan Implementation Step 7: Monitor Plan Implementation An 8 Step Process

26 26 Step 3: Build and Analyze School Profile Step 3: Build and Analyze School Profile 1.Determine readiness to build and analyze the school portfolio. * (Consider conducting a “mini lesson” on writing narratives) 2.Conduct data carousel.* 3.Write non-evaluative narrative statements to describe the data.* (Achievement, demographic, perception, and contextual) 4.Prioritize “challenges.” * 5.Analyze school profile.* 6.Evaluate school profile. * - Required Activities Essential Off-line Process Activities SIP Guide Step 3

27 27 Build and Analyze School Profile Build and Analyze School Profile Data Carousel Activity (SIP Guide –Step 3. pp. 9-15) Tables with data for groups to review Each table reviews the data individually, think about strengths and challenges. Group discusses data and develops non-evaluative narrative statements. Strengths and challenges are recorded. Narrative tally sheets are collected and compiled. Synthesize and prioritize challenges.

28 28 Prioritized Challenges After Data Carousel (Example) Reading achievement16 Math achievement10 Attendance6 Student discipline4 Parent involvement2 Curriculum planning2 Conflict resolution2 Time to “do all this”2 Home-school relations2 Team functioning2 Closing minority gap 2 Prioritize Challenges: Build and Analyze School Profile Build and Analyze School Profile

29 29 Quality School Profile Profile complete, well organized, and concise. Sufficient data from multiple sources been collected (students, instruction, community, former students, etc.) Data been disaggregated. Data been analyzed and implications determined. Data can be presented in graphic tables and charts. Build and Analyze School Profile Build and Analyze School Profile

30 30 Checking for Understanding What are your questions about Analyzing Data?

31 31 MI-Plan Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Step 8: Evaluate Impact on Student Achievement Step 8: Evaluate Impact on Student Achievement Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 6: Develop Action Plan Step 6: Develop Action Plan Step 5: Research and Select Best Practices Step 5: Research and Select Best Practices Step 1: Assess readiness to benefit Step 1: Assess readiness to benefit Step 2: Collect sort and select data Step 2: Collect sort and select data Step 3: Build and Analyze School Profile Step 3: Build and Analyze School Profile Step 7: Monitor Plan Implementation Step 7: Monitor Plan Implementation An 8 Step Process

32 32 Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Essential Off-line Process Activities SIP Guide Step 4 1.Schedule a SIP Team to review narratives 2.Assess readiness to set and prioritize goals.* 3.Group “challenges” into emerging goal target areas (i.e., Math).* 4.Write student performance goal statements.* 5.Review goal statements goals with all staff. * - Required Activities

33 33 Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Essential Off-line Process Activities SIP Guide Step 4 (Contd.) 6.Determine the essence the goals.* 7.Align goals to the Education YES Measures of School Performance. 8.Rank quality of student performance goals.* 9.Evaluate goals in terms of school’s mission. * - Required Activities

34 34 Checking for Understanding What are your questions about writing goals?

35 35 MI-Plan Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Step 8: Evaluate Impact on Student Achievement Step 8: Evaluate Impact on Student Achievement Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 6: Develop Action Plan Step 6: Develop Action Plan Step 5: Research and Select Best Practices Step 5: Research and Select Best Practices Step 1: Assess readiness to benefit Step 1: Assess readiness to benefit Step 2: Collect sort and select data Step 2: Collect sort and select data Step 3: Build and Analyze School Profile Step 3: Build and Analyze School Profile Step 7: Monitor Plan Implementation Step 7: Monitor Plan Implementation An 8 Step Process

36 36 Essential Off-line Process Activities SIP Guide Step 5 Step 5: Research and Select Effective Practices Step 5: Research and Select Effective Practices 1.Determine study approach (Options: Engage all staff or just use SIP team). 2.Determine readiness for research. * 3.Create a “plan for study” with timelines 4.“Dig Deeper” into the data to better understand the essence of the goal. 5.Become familiar with types of research? (i.e., “gold standard” – quantitative research using an experimental design) Do study teams know how to “unpack” a goal? * - Required Activities

37 37 Essential Off-line Process Activities SIP Guide Step 5 Step 5: Research and Select Effective Practices Step 5: Research and Select Effective Practices 6.Investigate and document effective strategies/interventions, best practices, and activities from multiple sources such as site visits and content area specialists. 7.Complete study team report, share and discuss findings with all stakeholders 8. Evaluate strategies/interventions.* Do study teams know how to “unpack” a goal? * - Required Activities

38 38 A Plan for Study Research & Select Effective Practices Research & Select Effective Practices

39 39 Checking for Understanding What are your questions about the research process?

40 40 MI-Plan Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Step 8: Evaluate Impact on Student Achievement Step 8: Evaluate Impact on Student Achievement Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 6: Develop Action Plan Step 6: Develop Action Plan Step 5: Research and Select Best Practices Step 5: Research and Select Best Practices Step 1: Assess readiness to benefit Step 1: Assess readiness to benefit Step 2: Collect sort and select data Step 2: Collect sort and select data Step 3: Build and Analyze School Profile Step 3: Build and Analyze School Profile Step 7: Monitor Plan Implementation Step 7: Monitor Plan Implementation An 8 Step Process

41 41 Step 6: Develop Action Plans Essential Off-line Process Activities SIP Guide Step 6 1.Develop action plan readiness.* 2.If Title 1 School, complete Title 1 Target Assistance Requirements.* 3.If School Identified for Improvement, complete NCLB AYP Two-Year Plan Requirements.* 4.Complete Michigan School Improvement Requirements descriptors.* 5.Review Action Plan examples. 6.Develop Professional Development Plan and Calendar.* 7.Complete Action Plan assessment.* * - Required Activities

42 42 Checking for Understanding What are your questions about developing action plans?

43 43 MI-Plan Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Step 8: Evaluate Impact on Student Achievement Step 8: Evaluate Impact on Student Achievement Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 6: Develop Action Plan Step 6: Develop Action Plan Step 5: Research and Select Best Practices Step 5: Research and Select Best Practices Step 1: Assess readiness to benefit Step 1: Assess readiness to benefit Step 2: Collect sort and select data Step 2: Collect sort and select data Step 3: Build and Analyze School Profile Step 3: Build and Analyze School Profile Step 7: Monitor Plan Implementation Step 7: Monitor Plan Implementation An 8 Step Process

44 44 Monitor Plan Implementation Monitor Plan Implementation Monitor Plan Implementation Essential Off-line Process Activities SIP Guide Step 7 1.Determine readiness to monitor implementation of the action plan.* 2.Review and adjust plan if necessary to implement strategies/ interventions. 3.Monitor activities timelines.* 4.Survey implementation effectiveness. 5.Evaluate implementation of action plan.* * - Required Activities

45 45 Checking for Understanding What are your questions about developing monitoring the plan?

46 46 MI-Plan Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Step 8: Evaluate Impact on Student Achievement Step 8: Evaluate Impact on Student Achievement Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 6: Develop Action Plan Step 6: Develop Action Plan Step 5: Research and Select Best Practices Step 5: Research and Select Best Practices Step 1: Assess readiness to benefit Step 1: Assess readiness to benefit Step 2: Collect sort and select data Step 2: Collect sort and select data Step 3: Build and Analyze School Profile Step 3: Build and Analyze School Profile Step 7: Monitor Plan Implementation Step 7: Monitor Plan Implementation An 8 Step Process

47 47 Step 8: Evaluate Impact on Student Achievement Essential Off-line Process Activities SIP Guide Step 8 1.Evaluate readiness to determine impact of Plan on student achievement.* 2.Complete improvement planning process survey.* 3.Complete plan evaluation rubric.* * - Required Activities

48 48 Checking for Understanding What are your questions about evaluating the plan?

49 49 MI-Plan Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Michigan School Improvement Planning Process Step 8: Evaluate Impact on Student Achievement Step 8: Evaluate Impact on Student Achievement Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 4: Set Student Performance Goals Step 6: Develop Action Plan Step 6: Develop Action Plan Step 5: Research and Select Best Practices Step 5: Research and Select Best Practices Step 1: Assess readiness to benefit Step 1: Assess readiness to benefit Step 2: Collect sort and select data Step 2: Collect sort and select data Step 3: Build and Analyze School Profile Step 3: Build and Analyze School Profile Step 7: Monitor Plan Implementation Step 7: Monitor Plan Implementation An 8 Step Process

50 50 Checking for Mastery We possess skill in the use of MI-Plan for: 1)Administering and facilitating site use. 2)Collecting and selecting data. 3)Analyzing data and identifying goal target areas. 4)Identifying and prioritizing school improvement goals. 5)Using research to identify and select improvement strategies and practices. 6)Developing an action plan. 7)Monitoring implementation of the plan. 8)Evaluating the impact of the plan on student achievement. 9)Creating School Improvement Reports.


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