On November 16, 2017, Margie Johnson and Brad Redmond shared MNPS' Data-Informed Decision Making Ecosystem and how it was used to improve how MNPS uses attendance data for making informed decisions. To teach participants about the heart of the ecosystem, which is a culture of collaborative inquiry, participants engaged in the collaborative inquiry process by looking at attendance data and making recommendations for improving it. Using this process, data conversations were fostered and several departments approached us about having continued conversations for supporting student success.
If you'd like to learn more about the collaborative inquiry process used during this meeting, check out the video recording at: https://youtu.be/j-MtCuusP3Q.
You are also welcome to access the resources, such as the PowerPoint, used during the meeting at: www.mnpscollaboration.org/metro-data-coord-meeting-nov-16-2017.html
If you have a collaborative story to share or would like to request assistance, please contact Margie Johnson at email@example.com.
Johnson, M. (in press). Empowering educators to make data-informed decisions: A district’s journey of effective data use. In E. Mense and M. Crain-Dorough (Eds.), Data leadership for K-12 schools in a time of accountability. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Johnson, M. (2016). Experience from the field. In J. Rankin, How to make data work: A guide for educational leaders (pp. 171). New York City, NY: Routledge.
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