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  1. The Continuous Improvement Classroom 4-6-07

  2. Please sit by SIP goal area 1.) Find the SIP goal area that matches the Action Research area you work on at school 2.) Only 2 people from each school per table 3.) Each table should have representatives from at least 3 schools

  3. Agenda • Sharing: Implementing the 4 Quality Levels • Action Research/PDSA (in the classroom) • Wrap-up/Evaluation

  4. The CRCSD Continuous Improvement Classroom

  5. Expected Outcomesof the continuous improvement classroom • Student ownership, responsibility and accountability for learning • Increased academic achievement • Customer/student focused • Results driven

  6. Classroom Continuous Improvement - 4 Quality Levels

  7. Earlier today you completed the Continuous Improvement Self-Assessment… Let’s Reflect!

  8. Sharing • As you reflect upon your progress with continuous improvement & the 4 Quality Levels… • What were your key accomplishments? Success stories? Challenges? • What changes did you observe in achievement, attitude and climate? • What are your plans to continue implementation? What are your key focus areas for next year?

  9. Why Quality and Continuous Improvement? • Answer: The World is Changing

  10. The World is Flat • ”The long-term opportunities and challenges that the flattening of the world puts before the United States are profound. Therefore, our ability to get by doing things the way we’ve been doing them…will not suffice any more.” • Permanent Change! Thomas Friedman

  11. Learning From Dramatically Improved Schools! What process do they use to improvement their district, schools and classrooms?

  12. 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 91–92 92–93 93–94 94–95 95–96 96–97 97–98 98–99 99–00 Reading Test Scores - Brazosport ISD 98% 96.6% 93.9% White 93.8% 92.3% 82% Hispanic AllStudents African American 70% 64% 60% Economically Disadvantaged 50%

  13. 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% Writing Test Scores - Brazosport ISD 98% 96.7% White 95.6% AllStudents 94.1% 93.2% Hispanic 80% Economically Disadvantaged 70% African American 60% 59% 57% 91–92 92–93 93–94 94–95 95–96 96–97 97–98 98–99 99–00

  14. 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% Math - Aldine ISD 93.5% White 90.9% 89.1% Hispanic 88.1% 84. 4% All Students 56.2% African American 55.0% 49.4% Economically Disadvantaged 47.2% 42.2% 93–94 94–95 95–96 96–97 97–98 98–99 99–00

  15. What The Successes Have in Common • A total systems framework • Aligned processes • Data-driven decisions • Strong leadership • A customer focus • PDSA as “the” improvement process

  16. Sharing PDSA / A.R. • Talk about your school’s PDSA/A.R. efforts this year • Talk about what’s worked well • Talk about areas that your Action Research team has struggled with • Data & in-process measures?

  17. An overview of PDSA

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  19. PDSA As a school improvement model

  20. After reviewing vocabulary assessment data, teachers discuss options at a team meeting and use the PDSA process They define how they are currently teaching vocabulary (flowcharts) The team determines what other in-process measures they could use to see how students are doing in vocabulary and they collect data (run charts & pareto diagrams) to get baseline The team reviews the baseline data they collected and discuss root causes for the results they see (cause & effect diagrams & relations diagrams) Once root causes are identified, each member researches articles and best practices related to vocabulary instruction and submits the best to the group (improvement theory)

  21. Teams continue to use the PDSA cycle to make improvements in the realm of their professional learning community Members reflect, observe, practice, receive feedback, gain expertise and standardize the new vocabulary instruction practice (new flowchart) Members monitor student data to determine effectiveness of strategies (compare to baseline) Members coach each other & may go into each others classroom to observe and provide feedback The team writes an action plan to carry out the improvement theory in their classrooms. Members practice newly-learned strategies (improvement theory), and measure the effectiveness of the strategies

  22. Data Center Examples

  23. Getting Everyone Involved in PDSA & Continuous Improvement

  24. Random Acts of Improvement Aim of the Organization Goals and Measures Aligned Acts of Improvement Aim of the Organization Goals and Measures

  25. PDSA As a classroom improvement model

  26. Plan Continuous Improvement Define the System Standardize Improvement ACT Assess Current Situation PLAN STUDY Study the Results DO Analyze Causes Try Out Improvement Theory

  27. The Problem- Students aren’t waiting to be called on during instruction Define the System Plan

  28. Define the SystemFlow Chart I have an idea I raise my hand Did my teacher call my name? no Blurting out! yes Share my idea out loud

  29. Let’s collect some data to see how our system is currently operating. Assess Current Situation Plan

  30. Assess the SituationRun Chart- baseline data

  31. Let’s figure out what’s causing the problem Plan Analyze Causes

  32. Driving Forces We have good ideas Sometimes we remember Restraining Forces We get excited We have a lot to say We forget We don’t like to wait Analyze CausesForce Field Analysis

  33. Let’s try something different to improve the behavior Plan Do Try Out Improvement Theory

  34. DOTry Out Improvement Theory • IF we try hard to remember to raise our hands, and hang the run chart in a place we can all see to help us remember, • THEN, we will remember to raise our hands before we speak instead of talking out.

  35. Let’s see how our theory worked. Did we make improvements? Plan Study Study the Results Do

  36. Study the ResultsRunChart- Data after trying out our theory

  37. If it worked, let’s standardize our improvements. Plan for Continuous Improvement Standardize Improvement Act Plan Study Do

  38. Baseline Data (Before) After (Results)

  39. Sharing • How could you involve students in the PDSA process in your classroom? • What are the “probletunities” that students could help solve? • How could data folders and data centers help organize data collection?

  40. Next Steps! • Continue implementing the 4 Quality Levels in your classroom • Use the document to plan and guide your efforts • Seek out other professional development opportunities and classes to learn more • Network with your colleagues (and your Quality Liaison) • Spend a few minutes at your table sharing your next steps!