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Collecting Data about Your Instructional Program
Surveying staff is one important way to collect additional data about your instructional program. It can be a very effective way of collecting data in the shortest time frame. Though you will want to tailor your survey to the specific information you are collecting, you may wish to include the following questions.
Understanding the Target
Do all staff understand what students are asked to know and do on the state assessments?
Do all staff understand how student performance is scored on the state assessments and what a satisfactory and excellent student response looks like?
Teaching the Indicators
Do all staff know the goals, expectations, and indicators they are responsible for teaching?
Do all staff teach them?
Do all staff review them?
Assessing the Indicators
Do all staff know how to assess the content standards and performance outcomes?
How are they being assessed in your program?
What do the results indicate?
Monitoring Individual Student Progress
Are all staff monitoring progress of individual students on these performance outcomes?
How do they use the data to inform instruction?
How do they share the results?
Intervening with students not succeeding
Do all staff provide interventions for students not demonstrating attainment of an outcome?
What are your most common interventions for students not achieving?
How successful are the interventions?
What percentage of your students need interventions?
What are the predominant instructional strategies that you use in your classroom? Check those strategies that you use most often. Estimate the percentage of your instructional time you use the strategies you checked.
____ teacher led discussion
____ teacher presentation of content
____ review of homework
____ collaborative, problem-solving activities
____ reading and answering questions from text
____ reading other materials than text
____ students doing experiments
____ computer activities
____ students doing worksheets
____ viewing video or other AV presentation
____ writing (journal, essay, report, summary, etc.)
____ students doing performance tasks
____ other (please specify) ____________________________________
How often do you give homework? Daily____ Weekly____ Twice a Week____
What kind of homework assignments do you give?
How often do you examine student work with a team?
School Improvement Plan
Do you know what objectives are listed in our current school improvement plan?
Which objectives are you responsible for including in your classroom?
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