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- 1. Collaborative Inquiry as a Vehicle for Using Data
- 2. Earl and Katz (2006) stress that data use should not be seen as separate from planning and routine decisions in schools. Rather, data should inform an ongoing process of analysis, insight, new learning and changes in practice. Leaders who use data well believe that schools can make a difference. Their model of education change is focused on changing schools to help ensure better services and better learning for all students.
- 3. 2 minute brainstorm In your experience, what has been the focus, or inquiry question of some PLCs/collaborative inquiry/action research that you have participated been? www.todaysmeet.com/PQP
- 4. Places to Find Data - PRINCIPALS
- 5. Places to Find Data - TEACHERS
- 6. What wrong conclusions could be made from this data? What other questions could you dig for?
- 7. How do you fund a PLC? Secondary Elementary
- 8. Policies and Regulations Childrens Law Reform Act Education Act Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act Personal Health Information Protection Act, 2004 Ontario Student Record (OSR) Guideline 2000 SCDSB Policy Management of Personal Information 2197 Board APM A1450 Management of Personal Information Student Board APM A7610 Ontario Student Record Board APM A1160 Computing and Information Technology Acceptable Use
- 9. Activity In groups, take your data and imagine you are about to create your School Improvement Plan for Student Achievement (SIPSA). After a quick look through; What areas may you focus on? What focus may some of your PLCs take? What teachers would you invite to join in your PLCs? What class data would you gather or ask teachers to bring to the PLCs? Is there any misleading or data that doesnt sit quite right? Perhaps an area that requires more digging?