Professional learning that increases educator effectiveness and results for all students uses a variety of sources and types of student, educator, and system data to plan, assess, and evaluate professional learning.
- Tag…You’re it!! Teacher Leaders! A Dialogue with Bruce Wellman (Sticky Standards #32)
- Learning Designs: Moving from Knowing to Doing – Looking at Student Work, A Conversation with Julie Blaine (Sticky Standards #27)
- DATA: How Do We KNOW Professional Learning is Changing Practice Inside Classrooms? A Conversation with René Islas (Sticky Standards #26)
- WHY, HOW, WHAT is the Standards Assessment Inventory2 (SAI2): A Conversation with Steve Preston (Sticky Standards #23)
- Standards Assessment Inventory 2 (SAI2): A Conversation with Steve Preston (Sticky Standards #22)
- Professional Learning in Action: A Conversation with John Heim (Sticky Standards #20)
- Data: Overview (Sticky Standards #6)
THREE BIG IDEAS
- analyze data
- assess progress
- evaluate PL
DATA: Trust in God, all others must have data!
Let’s assess the situation NOT the Blame
Enduring CHANGE tends to occur when necessity coincides with vision
If you don’t like how things are, change it!! You are not a tree.
DIALOGUE….the capacity of members of a team to SUSPEND assumptions and enter into GENUINE THINKING together.
Learner Focused Conversations – Data Driven Dialogue
Bruce Wellman and Laura Lipton have created a wonderful model that provides the structure for educators to have a rich, engaging dialogue around data – student, educator and systems data.
Data Driven Dialogue: A Facilitator’s Guide to Collaborative Inquiry by Wellman and Lipton, MiraVira.