1 The Delaware Education Insight Dashboard. 2 Essential Questions of The Dashboard 1) What is The Dashboard? 2) Who had input in the design of The Dashboard?
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1 The Delaware Education Insight Dashboard Slide 2 2 Essential Questions of The Dashboard 1) What is The Dashboard? 2) Who had input in the design of The Dashboard? 3) What is the purpose of The Dashboard? 4) What are the benefits of The Dashboard? 5) How can The Dashboard be used? 6) What are the Critical Success Factors of The Dashboard? Slide 3 3 The Insight Dashboard Project Timeline Release 1.0 Interim Teacher Dashboard Development Stakeholder engagement 4/1/11 Release 2.0 Teacher (expansion), Principal, Administrator, DOE Dashboards 4/1 Release 3.0 and beyond Expansion, refinement, and support for additional Stakeholders 6/30 9/412/1 1) What is The Dashboard? Slide 4 4 System Architecture and Data Flow (24hr) 1) What is The Dashboard? Slide 5 5 Stakeholder Workshop Review Three stakeholder engagement workshops were conducted in June 2011. June 20, 2011 Glasgow HS 84 participants June 22, 2011 Polytech HS 55 participants June 23, 2011 Sussex Tech HS 36 participants 175 people attended the stakeholder workshops 122 Classroom Teachers 4 Principals 49 Other Administration 11 Breakout Sessions with 4 stakeholder groups Elementary Teachers Middle School Teachers High School Teachers Principals, Counselors, and other Administrative personnel (sometimes as part of teacher breakout sessions) 2) Who had input in the design of The Dashboard? Slide 6 6 Stakeholder Survey Feedback Feedback from the Workshop participants was overwhelmingly positive. 2) Who had input in the design of The Dashboard? Slide 7 7 How was The Insight Dashboard Created? 45 Individuals All Districts 4 Charter Schools 70 Student Metrics 200 Aggregate or Rollup Metrics Regional Education Laboratory Research 11 Focus Groups 175 Participants 122 Teachers 4 Principals 49 Admin 2) Who had input in the design of The Dashboard? Slide 8 8 The Purpose of The Dashboard K-12 data is increasingly important Federal mandates (RT3) Management Data-driven decision making DOE Targets (RT3) 90% of students will graduate by 2013-2014 100% will meet standard on state math and reading exams by 2013-2014 How do we close the gap? 3) What is the purpose of The Dashboard? Slide 9 9 The Purpose of The Dashboard cont 3) What is the purpose of The Dashboard? Slide 10 10 Dashboard Benefits One-stop shop for performance information o Student, Class, School, District State o Wide angle view No-click access to DCAS for Teachers Requires no additional data input Easy to Use o Intuitive and accessible from any location Available free of charge to all Delaware districts and charters 4) What are the benefits of The Dashboard? Slide 11 11 Dashboard Usage Incoming class review Risk Identification - Intervention planning (RTI) Lesson planning PLC Activities with real-time data Parent-Teacher Conference Administrator-Teacher Conference Contact information 5) How can The Dashboard be used? Slide 12 12 Critical Success Factors 6) What are the Critical Success Factors of The Dashboard?