Presentation on theme: "Data Analysis Training PDP Goals & Strategies September, 2012."— Presentation transcript:
Data Analysis Training PDP Goals & Strategies September, 2012
Learning Goal The purpose of this training is to equip Data Team members to effectively work with teachers at their site on identifying classroom data, writing a SMART PDP goal with projected professional development and deliberate practice using the online Professional Growth System (PGS).
District Professional Development Documents Master Inservice Plan Professional Development System
Professional Development System Florida Statute The purpose of the system is to increase student achievement, enhance classroom instructional strategies that promote rigor and relevance throughout the curriculum, and prepare students for continuing education and the workforce.
Supporting Systems National Staff Development Council Standards No Child Left Behind Requirements Florida Legislative Requirements Florida Professional Development Protocol System
Levels of Standards –Educator –School –District
Protocol Components –Planning –Learning –Implementing –Evaluating (Refer to the pink sheet)
Professional Development Protocol Review Santa Rosa Review, May 7-10, 2012 (refer to pink legal-sized handout) Five schools, District Staff, and District Ed Support Programs were reviewed Six teachers interviewed at each school
Professional Development Plan Administrator Teacher –Data driven Student Goal Teacher Goal –Projected Professional Development –Deliberate Practice
Professional Development/Strategies Identify relevant training that will help teachers meet goals Identify deliberate practice that will help teachers meet goal
Deliberate Practice Deliberate practice is new information or changes that teachers implement as a result of training they have attended.
PDP Goals Evaluate current student data Target a specific content area of need Target a specific group of students Use standardized tests as your main measure when available
Part II Professional Development Goal S pecific in terms of target area for improvement and be written in the future tense. M easurable in terms of the desired improvement in student performance. A ttainable in light of available resources and conditions. R elevant to continuous quality improvement of instruction and student performance. T rack-able with the context of flexibility and shall specify a completion date.
Elementary Teacher Data 3 students are part of the SWD AYP subgroup. 25% of students did not demonstrate proficiency on the Reading FCAT. 35% of students were a level 1 or 2 on the current Discovery Education Assessment Reading Assessment
Elementary Student Goal -65% of students in the SWD subgroup will achieve a Level 3 or above on Think Link and/or FCAT. -60% of students scoring a Level 1 or 2 will move up a level as evidenced by FCAT and/or Think Link.
Elementary Teacher Goal My goal will be to increase my reading skills by attending reading training activities. I will also use Discovery Assessment to provide continuous monitoring for student progress in reading.
Projected Professional Development School based Inservice Collaboration with Grade level colleagues Observation of Modeling practices by Reading Coach SME Reading Workshop Mimio technology workshop
Deliberate Practice Develop learning stations that focus on Reading comprehension (Think-Pair-Share) Use of FCAT Benchmark Mini-Lessons to enhance vocabulary and comprehension skills Use of PowerPoint presentations to introduce vocabulary and literacy skills Use of Leveled Readers to enhance instruction and provide fluency practice Use of FCAT Reading workbook to review skills to respond to long/short responses
Middle School Data 25% of my students (15) scored below proficiency (below level 3) in reading on FCAT. 4 students scored level 1 and 11 students scored level 2. Of that number, 40% (6 students were classified economically disadvantaged).
Middle School Student Goal My goal is for 79% of my economically disadvantaged students to score a level 3 or higher (proficient) on the reading portion of the FCAT.
Middle School Teacher Goal I will attend research-based reading reading training at the district level to increase my reading skill awareness. I will also attend training to increase my knowledge of Marzanos research as it applies to increasing student performance.
High School Data 47% of my students did not meet proficiency (level 3) in reading on the FCAT.
High School Student Goal My goal is to improve the reading proficiency of my students by 10% to ensure that school-wide AYP (safe harbor) is attained.
High School Teacher Goal I will attend research-based reading training at the district level to increase my reading skill awareness. I will also attend training to increase my knowledge of Marzanos research as it applies to increasing student performance.