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Identify Program Elements to Improve Student Achievement (AOP Form)

http://www.portical.org/tools/cox_aop.html

The Analysis of Process (AOP) worksheet will assist you in the identification of elements of a school program that can help you improve student achievement. This tool is referenced in the article "A Data-Driven Organization's Approach to Assessing The Quality of Program Delivery" written by Jim Cox and available online in Portical's Expert Opinion area. A template for the worksheet and a sample are available in HTML and PDF formats.

 


Using Classroom Data to Improve Student Achievement

http://www.classroomdata.org/

If you are a principal try to use data-driven decision making to improve student achievement, then this website has a lot of information for you. In his Using Classroom Data to Improve Student Achievement institute, Dr. Dennis Fox teaches principals and teachers simple, step-by-step, easy to use strategies that apply to all grade levels, subject areas, and scoring systems. These strategies help principals help classroom teachers better organize classroom data.

 


Data-Driven Decision Making

http://www.portical.org/Presentations/vodicka/

Cadre members Devin Vodicka and John White, principal in Los Angeles Unified, collaborated on this presentation which provides an overview of the basics, free resources, and links to useful resources to improve the use of data as a tool for improving teaching and learning.

 


3D - Data-Driven Decision Making

http://www.cosn.org/

Developed by the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), this web site provides school administrators with current examples of how data-driven decision making systems have improved student achievement and helped make the best use of technology funds. This website is especially helpful in providing research-based examples and case studies for implementing new tools and programs related to data.

 


Data Teams

http://www.portical.org/podcasts/data-teams/64.htm

In this Radio TICAL episode, San Jose Unified School District managers Bill Erlendson and Marcy Lauck share a new way to facilitate data-driven decision making.

 


How to use Electronic Learning Assessment Resources (ELAR) Web site

http://www.portical.org/how_to_use_elar.pdf

This tool was designed by the ELAR staff to assist you in navigating the Web site. It was prepared for beginning to advanced users of data-driven resources in hopes of helping you make decisions based on data. This document is broken down by concept, where to find the resource on the site, and a direct URL link.

 


Data-Driven Decision Making and Electronic Learning Assessment Resources (ELAR)

http://www.portical.org/cradler_dddm_elars.html

Many vendors are offering various technology tools to support data-driven decision making. In this short article, John Cradler provides a nice overview of just what's necessary for data-driven decision making to be successful and how CLRN's reviews of electronic learning assessment resources (ELAR) can help administrators with the task of choosing among competing products.

 


Using Data to Improve Schools -- What's Working

http://parentalie.com/docs/using-data-to-improve-schools.pdf

Designed primarily for district superintendents and their leadership teams to assist in data-driven decision making. The guide also includes an extensive glossary, tips for dealing with the media, and metrics to assess changes within the district. As of May 2007, it was freely available by download.

 


Data-Driven Decision Making : Vision to Know and Do

http://www.cosn.org/focus-areas/instructional-focus/data-driven-decision-making

As part of its Essential Leadership Skills series, the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) has developed training materials for a workshop on data-driven decision making. See this backgrounder brief for an overview of what's included.

 


Just for the Kids-California (JFTK-CA) Best Practices

http://www.portical.org/Presentations/sorey/

This 15-minute presentation will explain the many resources and specific practices collected from high performing school across the country found on the free, online data and school improvement system called Just for the Kids-California. You will be walked through the Best Practices area of the Web site and even be shown how to assess your own school, district, and/or classroom to assist you in data-driven decision making.

 


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