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Data-Driven Decision Making by Mind Map: Data-Driven
Decision Making
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Data-Driven Decision Making



Lincoln, Bobcats game

Ferndale, Bobcats game, School Store

Allen, Universoul Circus


Sedgefield, Many qualified for incentive

Nat Greene

Brightwood, Incentives going well, Movie/Popcorn, Sockhop, Reduced referrals over last year

Archer, Better atmosphere


Cards turned in, Who on our team has done a great job


PBIS is a continuum

Evaluation Plan


Assess progress

See what needs attention

Helps to update our practices

Improves Decision-Making, PBIS adds a problem-solving step between the problem and solution, Update Goal Plan 2X per year, Fluid Doc, Review monthly, Update as needed, Submitted Semi-Annually

Needs Data

Implementation, Gives feedback on fidelity, Tools, GTIC, Common Area Observations, Implementation Inventory (II), PBS Self-Assessmewnt Survey, School-wide Eval Tool (SET), Benchmark of Quality (BOQ), Performance, Are we doing what we said?, Are we implementing w/ integrity, Is implementation occuring w/ fidelity across all levels, What do we need to revisit?

Outcome, Is it working?, Quantifyable, Types, SWIS, ODRs, Suspension/expulsion data, Referrals to ECS, ADA, Staff Absences, Staff Turnover, Achievement Scores, Cost/Benefit Analysis, How much time correcting misbehavior vs. instruction?

Why collect?, Shows progress, Strive for progress, not perfection, Collect data to drive decisions, Can identify problems early, Decisions will be more effective if based on hard data, Should be reviewed on a monthly basis


Measures schools' abiltiy to sustain effors over time

Data reviewed by Coord. yearly

Areas of need for veteran teams

New training needs

Areas coaches need to focus on

Are district-wide efforts meeting overall needs?

Ways to group schools for reporting.

Sumary Overview

Based on data gathered at end of each school year

Given to




Both implementation and outcome data summarized

Active Decision-Making

Transforming ODR data into useful information that leads to problem-solving


Why important, Helps to design more precise solutions, Helps to define the problem, Helps to assess level of success

Needs, Every student MUST have an ODR, ODRs must be completely filled out, Monthly Review


Team-Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS), Needed Data, Big 5, Referrals per day per month, Avoid simple counts, Needs context, By problem behavior, By location, By Time, By student, Steps, ID possible problems, Compare our data w/ National MEDIAN across PBIS schools, See PBIS materials for process, Slide 41, Look for trends, per day per month, by location, by time of day, by offense, Data needed, ODRs by month, Absolute value, Trends, Yearly comparisons, Develop hypothesis (Presicion statement), Define, clarify, confirm/disconfirm inferences, Develop a precision problem statement, Data Needed, ODRs, by problem behavior, by behavior, by TOD, by student, Discuss and select solutions, Why does problem exist?, What should be do about it?, Develop some possible solutions, Data Needed, Six Elements, Develop and implement Plan, Elements of the plan, Who, What, When, Data Needed, Problem solving form, Team minutes, Problem solving plan, Evaluate and Revise the plan, Is our plan being implemented, Is the plan giving us the desired effect?, Goal-Setting, What will it look like when yiou can say there is no longer a problem?, Data Collection, Gather additional info, To measure outcomes, To measure fidelity of implementation, Data Needed, SWIS data, Observation checklist

Fidelity Implementation

Observation checklist


Guilford Team Implementation Checklist

Turned in 2X per year

Self Assessmewnt Survey

Staff-wide, Coming in January


School-wide Evaluation Tool

DPI Recognition

Now What?


Sharing info in staff mtgs



Obs checklist

Disregard goal plan due 12/16