Presentation on theme: "Data and Assessment Planning Healthy Schools Leadership Program Spring, 2006."— Presentation transcript:
Data and Assessment Planning Healthy Schools Leadership Program Spring, 2006
Purpose What information is needed to develop an achievable action plan for coordinated school health? What information is needed to accurately evaluate the implementation and effectiveness of a coordinated school health action plan?
School Improvement Planning What are our collective experiences? What is our familiarity with the process? How do we see SIP relating to our efforts in the Healthy School Leadership Program?
Data Sources Healthy Youth Survey School Health Index Healthy Schools Report Card Others? Lots!
Healthy Schools Report Card Eleven Characteristics Eight components, plus: Policy and strategic planning Coordination Environment broken into 2 subsetssocial and emotional climate and school facilities and transportation Approximately 40 Indicators across the Eleven Characteristics
HSRCTools for data collection Develop agreement regarding indicators Indictor rubrics Quality Impact Effort Excel spreadsheet for data input Color coded summary report to help prioritize actions.
Other data collection and Analysis Achievement data Demographic data Perception data Context data
Data Collection Steps Action planning for data Collectionsnapshots, trends, etc Narrative descriptions of data Characterizing the narratives Prioritizing the narratives Building a profile
Methods Take advantage of SIP tools SHI Healthy Youth Surveylocal reports, and LHJ support Other surveysstaff wellness, for example Healthy Schools Report Card Focus Groups Key informant interviews
Next Steps for Data Collection Plan to Plan… What are we already doing? What arent we doing but need to do? Who will do what, by when, and how? Receive and review Healthy Schools Report Card Video conference(s) on implementing HSRC Keep it Simple… Get to Work!