Using data to inform instruction slide outlines

1. Using data to inform instruction

Extract from a Literacy Hub professional learning webinar.

2. Using data to inform instruction

3. Analysing data in line with an SSP approach

[Image: Three screenshots of Literacy Hub resources which form part of the Literacy Hub’s progress monitoring assessments. The slide shows materials for Phase 8 of the phonics progression: a student reference sheet, a teacher marking sheet, and a filled-in progress monitoring tool spreadsheet.]

4. Response to intervention framework

[Image: A three-dimensional pyramid representing the response to intervention framework. The lowest section is coloured green and represents 80% and is labelled Tier 1 Whole class. The middle section is coloured purple and represents 15% and is labelled Tier 2 small group. The upper section is coloured blue and represents 5% and is labelled Tier 3 Individual.]

5. Gradual release of responsibility across tiers of intervention

[Image: Screenshot diagram illustrating levels of intervention from Tier 1 to Tier 3. There is a triangle shape, narrow on the left increasing in size on the right, with three sections. The labels ‘I do’, ‘We do’ and ‘You do’ are written horizontally, one for each section. The I do and You do sections increase across the tiers, but the We do section increases a lot more. Under Tier 1, there is a teacher icon with 20 student icons; 16 are green (the same colour as Tier 1); 3 are purple (the same colour as Tier 2); and one is yellow (the same colour as Tier 3). Under Tier 2, there is a teacher icon with 4 student icons; 3 are purple; and one is yellow. Under Tier 3, there is a teacher icon with 1 yellow student icon. A line with arrows pointing both directions sits under the diagram and accompanying text reads Ongoing progress monitoring to inform instructional needs.]

6. Progress monitoring tool

[Image: Sample progress monitoring tool spreadsheet with student assessment results for Phase 8 of the Literacy Hub’s phonics progression. Rows across the top detail what is tested in each individual part of the assessment (digraphs, decoded words, sentences, pseudo words, irregular words). The first vertical column shows names of students, the second column shows considerations (for a handful of students, not all), then the next rows show green, red or n/a cells, based on the student result for each of the assessment components. A final column details teacher notes for each student. A row across the top of all student results shows a percentage coloured either red or green, to identify areas of class-wide mastery (80% or above) or areas needing further instruction (less than 80%).]