Presentation on theme: "The Continuous Improvement Classroom Student Data Folders."— Presentation transcript:
The Continuous Improvement Classroom Student Data Folders
Ground rules created by students Classroom mission statements Classroom and student measurable goals Quality tools and PDSA used regularly The Continuous Improvement Classroom Classroom data centers Classroom meetings facilitated by students Student-led conferences Student data folders
Data Folders Tool used by students to track their learning progress
Decline In Failures for the Year In 7th grade Social Studies:Use of Data Folders
WHAT IS IT? A tool used by students to keep track of their progress Build a sense of responsibility for own learning Incorporates Goal-Setting and Data Collection Perfect-tool to enhance student-led conferences
WHEN &HOW IS IT USED? ESTABLISH QUALITY CLASSROOM THE FIRST WEEK OF SCHOOL Goal Setting In-Process Measures – Daily/Weekly data measures Periodic Evaluation of Progress (trimester – quarter - monthly) Adjust or Reset Goals Adjust classroom instruction strategies
WHAT DOES IT INCLUDE? MISSION STATEMENTS GROUND RULES EXPECTATIONS CLASS GOALS STUDENT GOALS STEPS TO ACHIEVE GOALS STUDENT DATA DISPLAYING PROGRESS TOWARD GOALS
Student Data Folders Aligned with classroom goals Students focus on these questions: 1) What will I measure? 2) How will I measure it? 3) How will I improve? 4) How often will I chart my progress?
MEASURING INSTRUMENTS HISTOGRAMS PARETO DIAGRAMS RADAR CHARTS CHECK SHEETS RUN CHARTS BAR GRAPHS LINE GRAPHS
Personal Information This form will help me get to know your child. Please complete and return it to me as quickly as possible. Childs Name________________________________________________________ Name of parents or guardians__________________________________________ Birthday_________________________Age______Phone #____________________ My child is good at_____________________________________________________ My child needs help with________________________________________________ My child likes to_______________________________________________________ Academically, I would like to see my child improve____________________________ Socially, I would like to see my child improve________________________________ Anything else you would like to share about your child to help make the school year more successful_______________________________________________________ Feel free to use the back of this paper. Thank you for your participation in your childs education.
Parent Expectation Form I expect my child to_______________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________. I expect my childs teacher to_______________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________. As a parent I will ________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________.
Goals What:_____________________________ _____________________________ _____________________________ How:_____________________________ _____________________________ _____________________________ Goals (How will I measure what and/or how?) Measure 1:____________________________ Measure 2:____________________________ Measure 3:____________________________ Measure 4:____________________________
How am I doing on my goals in _________________________? I will reach my goal by: 1. ________________________________! 2. ________________________________! AUGSEPOCTNOVDECJANFEBMARAPRMAYJUN Red = Not yet! Yellow = Working on it! Green = Did it!!! AUGSEPOCTNOVDECJANFEBMARAPRMAYJUN
Sample: Watch me get to grade level in reading! _____________________
How do I feel about my progress in ______________? ______ Month Good Okay Not so good
Kindergarten Example Mission Statement Key Goals Key Measures Student Data Folder Classroom Data Center
Know 26 CAPITAL LETTERS Know 26 sounds Know 28 lowercase letters Know 32 sight words Count 1-100 Key Measures for Kindergarten All students will… by the end of the school year.
My goals for Kindergarten: 1.I will know all lowercase letters by the end of the school year. 2.I will know all uppercase (capital) letters by the end of the school year. 3.I will know all my sounds by the end of the year. 4.I will know 32 sight words plus my name by the end of the school year.
10 letters 20 letters 26 letters I know my CAPITAL LETTERS. Students Name _______________________ (to be kept in the student's journal) 15 letters 5 letters
10 letters 20 letters 26 letters I know my lowercase letters. Students Name _______________________ (to be kept in the student's journal) 15 letters 5 letters
1 to 20 1-40 1-80 1-60 I can count to 100. 1-100 Students Name _______________________ (to be kept in the student's journal)
6 words 12 words 24 words 18 words I know my first 33 sight words. 32 words Students Name _______________________ (to be kept in the student's journal) My name
6 sounds 12 sounds 24 sounds 18 sounds I know my sounds. 32 sounds Students Name _______________________ (to be kept in the student's journal)
goal Posted as part of the classroom data center