Hull Jackson Montessori
Poverty Simulation Follow-Up Meeting
September 25, 2017
The staff at Hull Jackson Montessori participated in the MNPS Poverty Simulation on August 4, 2017. As additional support for the simulation, schools agree to participate in follow-up meeting where the collaborative inquiry process is used to analyze multiple sources of data and develop theories of causation around supporting student success.
On September 25, 2017, the faculty participated in that follow-up meeting where Dr. Margie Johnson facilitated the collaborative inquiry process during grade level team planning.
Activating and Engaging
Thinking back to the poverty simulation a few weeks ago, what are 2-3 takeaways you have from that experience?
Exploring and Discovering
Data Warehouse Reports
Several MNPS Data Warehouse reports were reviewed and observations made.
- School Profile
- Assessment-–Assessment by Subgroup (whole school and grade level) for TLA and MAP
- Dashboard—Attendance Dashboard (past 3 years)
- Poverty Simulation Experience
Organizing and Integrating
Theories of Causation
Grade level teams brainstormed theories of causation for supporting student success and reached a consensus around one to investigate further.
Exit Slip Reflection--What actions might you take as a result of our time together?
Meeting Feedback--How was the Meeting?
Suggestions for Improvement