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This book will show how to personalize that data or put a face on it so that users can implement specific actions for specific students. It will make data more powerful and strategic for real use by keeping it personal. Educational change can be conceptualized as a three-legged stool with Standards-Assessment-Instruction representing the legs. Instruction is the leg that gets too little attention and will be emphasized in this book. This leg of the stool fits closely with 21st century Skills ideas such as Critical Thinking, Collaboration, and Decision-Making.
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"Too often the debate about education sets up a false dichotomy between rigorous use of data on the one hand and teachers' professionalism on the other. This book demonstrates triumphantly that when the two go together, students benefit."
"This is a very good book and the Canadian educationalists should be congratulated on producing a high quality piece of work. In general terms it is well laid out and well-presented, making it easy for the reader to access."
"This book is recommened as a professional development tool for anyone interested in using data to improve school achievement. It would be particularly useful as a study guide for teachers and schools focused on learning how to use data effectively to support their work with children in their own classrooms."
"The book sets out to integrate two aspects of school improvement that most think are mutually exclusive: data to improve schools and systems and data to improve the individual child's learning experience. It is a remarkable book as it achieves this challenging task. A great read."
Dr. Lyn Sharratt is a highly-accomplished practitioner, researcher, author, and presenter. She coordinates the doctoral internship program in Leadership, Higher and Adult Education department at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto. Lyn has worked in four school districts across Ontario as a school superintendent, superintendent of curriculum and instruction, administrator, curriculum leader and K-10 and Special Education teacher. Lyn has taught all elementary grades and secondary-aged students in inner-city and rural settings. She has analyzed and commented on public policy for a provincial trustee organization, the Ontario Public School Boards Association; has taught pre-service education at York University, Masters and Doctoral students at University of Toronto and Nipissing University; and led in-service Professional Development in a provincial teachers union head office. Lyn is a widely-published researcher and author. She is lead author, with Michael Fullan, of Realization: The Change Imperative for Increasing District-Wide Reform (Corwin, 2009) and Putting FACES on the Data: What Great Leaders Do! (Corwin, 2012, published in English, Spanish and Arabic). Lyn is lead author of Good to Great to Innovate: Recalculating the Route K-12, (Corwin, 2015) with Gale Harild, and of Leading Collaborative Learning: Empowering Excellence (Corwin, 2016) with Beate Planche. CLARITY: What Matters MOST in Learning, Teaching and Leading (Corwin Press, 2019) is her fifth book that reflects all of her work across the globe from 2009-2019. As well as an author and practitioner working in remote and urban settings world-wide, Lyn is an advisor for International School Leadership with the Ontario Principals Council; is an Author Consultant for Corwin Publishing; and consults internationally, working with system, school and teacher leaders at all levels in Australia, Canada, Chile, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States. She works tirelessly, focusing her time and efforts on increasing each students achievement by working alongside leaders and teachers to put FACES on their data, taking intentional action to bringEquity and Excellence for all students. Visit her at www.lynsharratt.com; Twitter @LynSharratt; and on Linked-In where Lyn owns the Educational Leadership Linked-In group made up of 67,000+ members. Search for Lyns Good to Great to Innovate video on www.thelearningexchange.ca. There you will see her speaking in Ontario about the leadership it takes to achieve system and school improvement.
List of Figures and Tables Foreword by Sir Michael Barber Preface Acknowledgments About the Authors 1. From Information Glut to Well-Known FACES 2. The Power of Putting FACES on the Data 3. Making It Work in Practice -- Assessment 4. Making It Work in Practice -- Instruction 5. Leadership -- Individualizing for Improvement 6. Ownership -- Of All the FACES Epilogue Glossary of Terms Appendix A. Matrix of Scaffolded Learning Using the Gradual-Release-of-Responsibility Model Appendix B. Data Collection Placemat for Research Appendix C. Case Management Template Appendix D.The Teaching-Learning Cycle Appendix E. Weekly Literacy Block Planner Appendix F. Task-Oriented Question Construction Wheel Based on Bloom's Taxonomy Appendix G. Cross-Curricular Literacy Indicators of Success Appendix H. Guiding Questions for Collaborative Team Book Study References Index