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|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.|
|The California Partnership for Achieving Student Success (Cal-PASS) is a model for how K-16 schools can efficiently collect, share, and analyze student transcript and performance data. Launched in San Diego County in 1998, the project has expanded to many other regions in the state.|
|In this TICALevision episode Megan Power, a kindergarten teacher at Del Sur Elementary School in Poway Unified School District demonstrates how she uses an interactive whiteboard and a classroom response system in her kindergarten and former 1st grade classroom. You will be amazed how simple these tools are to use. Megan also shares a variety of strategies you can bring to your teachers.|
|Great video and white paper describing Kevin Silberberg's Data Dashboard using data to start conversations and make decisions.|
|Use this template with Google Forms to embed in your website or elsewhere for students to use any device to report acts of bullying. The report sheet provides administrators access to quantitative reports on the types of bullying that has been reporting. Also allows for simple comparison during different time intervals and to quickly search for previous offenders. Great way to have students report bullying in a non-confrontational way.|
|Use these Google Form Templates developed at the San Mateo County Office of Education with support from the CISC Online Learning Collaborative Subcommittee (OLCS)as an option to access data from the relevant stakeholders including students, teachers/test administrators, and administrators. These templates can be used county/region-wide or just in a district or site. Questions relating to testing environment, preparation, and devices are all included.|
|Use this Google Form to quickly obtain feedback once you have completed student testing. You can view the results by simply clicking on the “Form” menu and selecting “Show summary of responses.” The data can be used to assist your site or district’s next steps in preparing staff and students for future assessments.|
|With this Google Form template you can survey three different stakeholder groups, students, teachers, and parents, to access data relating to school climate. You will see where perceptions lie within each stakeholder group and make a plan to improve school climate. The data dissagregates into four areas relating to school climate: teaching and learning, safety, relationships, and institutional environments. These areas correlate to research published by the National School Climate Center|
|GreatSchools, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the best, most comprehensive information about public, charter, and private schools in all 50 states. GreatSchools.net features detailed school profiles for schools in California, Arizona and Texas, tools to help visitors search for and compare schools, and content designed to help people understand, support and improve schools.|
|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.|