Data Visualizations

The identification of student goals begins with an analysis of student data.  It is important that the data visualizations used are comprehensive and easy to interpret so that the team does not have to wade through reams of paper to identify key findings.  It should be easy for team members to answer key questions and then answer those questions using data and developing findings from the visualization. Key questions could include:

  • Are grade levels demonstrating improvement in Math performance over time?
  • Do we see improvement in student Math performance across grades within a year?
  • Are all of our sub-groups demonstrating improvement in Math performance over time?
  • Do sub-groups for all grade levels improve in Math performance over time?

We will continue to share a wide variety of data visualization templates that you can use to initiate your student goals work for your SIP Big Picture.

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State Test Data Visualizations for Santa Clara County School Districts

School DistrictMath State Test ELA State Test
Alum Rock Union School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Berryessa Union School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Cambrian School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Campbell Union School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Campbell Union High School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Cupertino Union School DistrictMath TestELA Test
East Side Union High SchoolMath TestELA Test
Evergreen Elementary School DistrictMath TestELA TEst
Franklin McKinley Elementary School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Fremont Union High School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Gilroy Unified School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Lakeside Joint School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Loma Prieta Joint Union School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Los Altos School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Los Gatos Union School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Los Gatos-Saratoga Union School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Luther Burbank School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Milpitas Unified School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Moreland School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Morgan Hill Unified School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Mountain View-Los Altos Union School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Mount Pleasant School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Mountain View-Whisman School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Oak Grove School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Orchard School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Palo Alto Unified School DistrictMath TestELA Test
San Jose Unified School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Santa Clara County Office of EducationMath TestELA Test
Santa Clara Unified School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Saratoga Union School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Sunnyvale School DistrictMath TestELA Test
Union School DistrictMath TestELA Test

Alameda County Math CAASPP Data Visualizations
Fremont Unified School District
Oakland Unified School District

Alameda County ELA CAASPP Data Visualizations
San Lorenzo Unified School District

Contra Costa County Math Data Visualizations
Mt. Diablo Unified School District

Imperial Valley County ELA Data Visualizations
Brawley Elementary School District
Brawley Union High School District

Los Angeles County Math Data Visualizations
Inglewood Unified School District

Los Angeles County ELA Data Visualizations
Inglewood Unified School District

San Mateo County
San Mateo-Foster City School District

 

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Dr. Conrad played a key role in planning and facilitating monthly leadership team meetings where principals and teacher leaders engaged in the careful evaluation of both student outcomes and professional practices.  He created a positive culture of collaborative competition where principals and teacher leaders compared, and learned from the results from their colleagues.  Teams aligned their school improvement initiatives with our comprehensive District. Under Bill’s leadership, school teams developed 6-week action plans as well as a monitoring system to continuously evaluate and improve professional practices and student outcomes.

Dr. Deborah L. Wortham

We collaborated on a professional development plan that involved the remote facilitation (GoToMeeting) of one-hour sessions where Bill used an Explicit Teaching Model to engage teacher leaders in understanding the 5 key early literacy initiatives as well as how to teach and assess these elements within their classrooms. His presentations were always very engaging and he used visualizations that made the 5 key elements easily understandable.  He also supported the teacher leaders in learning how to effectively collaborate with other teachers in teaching and assessing these elements within their classrooms.

Tosin Craig