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									                               ASAI School Data Management System Training Manual
                               www.asainstitute.org
                               January 7, 2011



To facilitate continuous improvement, the American Student Achievement Institute has created an
online school data management system. This guide will introduce you to the system and help you
with important tasks.

This document is available to download and print as needed at http://www.asainstitute.org

Please contact your school support specialist if you have questions or need assistance.


Table of Contents
Introduction.......................................................... 2          Import a Strategy from Last Year’s Plan
Browser Compatibility ...................................... 2                    ................................................................... 15
Logging In ........................................................... 2          A Note about Buttons ............................ 15
Basic Elements..................................................... 3             Create a New Local Strategy ............. 15
     Resources .................................................... 3      Entering/Editing Strategy Plans ................... 16
     Enter/edit ................................................... 3         Component A: Strategy Title & Description
     Print Reports .............................................. 3           ....................................................................... 16
     Submit ......................................................... 3           1. Strategy Title ..................................... 16
Navigating the Site ........................................... 4                 2. Subtitle ................................................ 16
     Home Tab: The School Improvement                                             3. Description .......................................... 17
     Plan Contents ............................................. 4                4. Strategy Chair ................................... 17
     Task-Based Tabs: Participation, Vision,                                      5. Energy Level ....................................... 17
     Achievement Analysis, Force Field                                            6. Planning Components........................ 18
     Analysis, and Strategies .......................... 6                        7. Force Fields Related to This Strategy
     Implementation Tab.................................. 7                       ................................................................... 18
     Manual Tab ............................................... 7                 8. Areas of Concern............................... 18
     Prep Tab: Session-Based Activities ........ 8                            Component B: Entering the Task Force
     Certification Tab ....................................... 9              Roster ............................................................ 18
     Contact Tab ............................................... 9            Component C: Strategy Data ................... 19
Entering Minutes .............................................. 10         Component D: Entering To-Do Lists .............. 20
     Navigating to the Minutes Entry Page10                                   Entering Information for the Exclusive
     Using the Minutes Entry Form............... 10                           Representative Report ............................... 21
     Printing Minutes ...................................... 11               Submitting the Strategy Plan for Review21
     Submitting Minutes for Review ............ 11                            Strategy Plan Rubrics................................. 22
Online Surveys ................................................ 11         Additional Assistance ...................................... 22
Strategy Plans ................................................. 14        Supplemental Instructions ............................... 23
   Set Up .......................................................... 14           Printing Power Point Presentations with
     Check Certifications Requested........... 14                                 Speaker Notes ........................................ 23
     Strategies Tab........................................ 14             Index .................................................................. 24
     Strategy Plans: Enter/edit ................... 14




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Introduction
The ASAI School Data System consists of data and information management tools available to
schools participating in the Student Achievement Institute. These tools are an integral part of the
Institute's Vision-To-Action school improvement process. The data and information collected relate
to student achievement (disaggregated by student subgroups), school and community surveys,
areas influencing student achievement (teaching, guidance, environment, and expectations),
summaries of local discussions of inquiry questions, and strategy plans.

Schools generate reports regarding their student achievement and the forces that influence
achievement in their school. In addition, teams can view feedback from the ASAI staff concerning
tasks their school and community have completed as they work through the Vision-to-Action school
improvement process. The system also provides tools for managing the implementation of
strategies and their impact on student achievement.

The collection of this data and resulting reports enable teams to involve their entire faculty,
student body, and community in meaningful discussions about student achievement, the local forces
influencing their student achievement, and the strategies they will implement to move toward their
vision of success for all students.



Browser Compatibility
The School Data Management System works best in Firefox or Internet Explorer. If you do not
have one of these browsers on your computer, please ask the technology person in your building
for help installing it.

Firefox is a free web browser. It can be downloaded here from http://www.mozilla.com/en-
US/firefox/.



Logging In
To log into the online system, open Internet Explorer and enter this address: www.asainstitute.org.
Click the link under DATA SYSTEM LOGIN for InSAI Steering Teams. Enter the username and
password given to your team representative at the Technology Workshop. All usernames and
passwords are in lowercase only.

If the username and password have been misplaced, contact your school support specialist.

Log out of the system by closing your browser.




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Basic Elements
As you navigate the site, you’ll notice these words/phrases used consistently:

     Word or Phrase    Will open               What to do
                       Power Point             1. Right click on the link for the file you wish
     Resources         presentations, Word        to download.
                       documents               2. Select “Save link as…” in the pop-up
                       (worksheets, posters,      menu.
                       etc), and other files   3. Navigate to the location on your
                       created to help you        computer or network where you wish to
                       facilitate work in         save the file.
                       your school             4. Click the Save button.
                       community
                       Web forms in which      1. Click on the Enter/edit link to open the
     Enter/edit        you will enter or          web form.
                       edit data into the      2. Enter or edit data and information as
                       online data                requested.
                       management system       3. Click the Save button.
                       Reports to print,       1. Click on the link.
     Print             share with your         2. In most cases a page will open allowing
     Reports           school community,          you to select the specific report for
                       and/or place in            printing.
                       your School             3. Click the printer icon on your web
                       Improvement Plan           browser or click File on your browser’s
                       Binder*                    menu then click Print.
                       The submission form     1. Click on Submit.
     Submit            (Figure 1).             2. Select your name from the Team Member
                       Submitting an item         Submitting drop-down list.
                       notifies your school    3. Select the item you are submitting from
                       support specialist         the Submission drop-down list.
                       that the item is        4. If you have entered the item in the
                       ready for review.          School Data Management System, skip
                                                  down to the check box.
                                               5. If you must upload a file to submit the
                                                  item (only in the case that no enter/edit
                                                  form exists in the system), click the
                                                  Browse button, navigate to and select the
                                                  file you wish to upload.
                                               6. Check the box affirming that the item is
                                                  ready for review.
                                               7. Click the Submit button.

*Before printing a document for the School Improvement Plan Binder, please make sure its review
 status on the home tab is “meets criteria.”




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Figure 1: Submit Item for Review




Navigating the Site
The School Data Management System has been designed to let users approach their work in
several ways.

        Approach                                 Interface
        School Improvement Plan Overview         Home tab
        Activities introduced at session         Prep tab
        A specific Vision-to-Action task         Task-based tabs
        Download resources for meetings          Manual tab

Additional information is available in the Certification, Logistics, and Contact tabs.




Home Tab: The School Improvement Plan Contents
After you log in, the site will open to the home page. This page is based on the School
Improvement Plan Binder Organization. It allows you to quickly review the work needed for the
certification your school community has selected, when it is due, and the current status of each
item.




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What You’ll See in the School Improvement Plan Contents

Figure 2: School Improvement Plan Contents (Home tab)




The page lists each binder division, binder tab, the documents that will be placed behind the tabs,
and each document’s due date, submission date, and current rubric status.

To jump directly to a document’s Enter/edit page, click the   icon. To open the document’s
report for printing, click the icon.


Navigation from the School Improvement Plan Contents
Clicking on the Division Titles
The Binder Division titles link to the task tab most closely associated with the division topic.
Clicking on the Division title will take you to the location in the School Data Management System
where you will find items needed for the tab. For example, clicking Faculty Involvement opens the
Participation page at the Faculty section.

Clicking on a Document
The Documents link to the place in the School Data Management System that will allow you to
complete, submit, or print the item.




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Opening the Full Rubric
From the School Improvement Plan Overview (Home) page, you may access the full current rubric
via two methods:
Click on the status of any item in the list
Click on Full Rubric in the sub-navigation box on the left side of the page



Task-Based Tabs: Participation, Vision, Achievement Analysis, Force Field
Analysis, and Strategies
You may recognize these tabs from the Vision-to-Action model. In each you will find links to
resources, enter/edit pages, and reports needed to complete the corresponding Vision-to-Action
step.

What You Will See in Task-Based Tabs

Figure 3: Participation Tab




See page Error! Bookmark not defined.Error! Bookmark not defined. for more information about
resources, enter/edit pages, printing reports, and submitting items for review.




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Implementation Tab
When the Implementation Tab is opened, you can select options for generating a list of action
steps so they can be marked complete. After clicking the “Show Action Steps” button, you will see
the action steps meeting the selected criteria (Figure 4).

Figure 4: Implementation Tab




In this view, you can change the name of the person responsible, the date an action step is due, or
mark it completed. It is important to save your changes frequently as you work. Your changes
will be reflected on the To Do List and the Strategy Reports.

In the Implementation Tab sub-navigation, you can also run the To-Do List, find information for
creating the Implementation Binder, Strategy Chairs, NCA Documentation Visit, and Federal or
State Audits.


Manual Tab
The Manual Tab includes all handouts and tools (including Power Point presentations) needed for
local meetings. The handouts and tools make up the printed training manual used at sessions. To
download files from the Manual Tab:

    1.   Right click on the link for the file you wish to download.
    2.   Select “Save link as…” in the pop-up menu.
    3.   Navigate to the location on your computer or network where you wish to save the file.
    4.   Click the Save button.




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Prep Tab: Session-Based Activities

What You’ll See in the Prep Tab

Figure 5: Prep Tab




Each session appears on the page with a grid listing the activities modeled at the session which
should be replicated with the school community. The activities are listed by the Steering Team
Point Person responsible for ensuring the activity is completed.

To show activities for one Point Person only, select the Point Person from the drop down box at the
top of the page and click the “Show only activities for this person” button.


Navigation from the Prep Tab
Where to Begin
The “Where to Begin” column includes links to resources such as Power Point presentations, Word
documents (worksheets, posters, etc), and other files created to help you facilitate each activity in
your school community.

To download resources:
    1. Right click on the link for the file you wish to download.
    2. Select “Save link as…” in the pop-up menu.
    3. Navigate to the location on your computer or network where you wish to save the file.
    4. Click the Save button.




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Place in School Improvement Plan
Each document will be placed in the School Improvement Plan. This column tells you where in the
SIP the document will go and usually links to the print report for the document.

Submissions
Most activities will result in a document that will be submitted as part of the School Improvement
Plan. Clicking on a document in the Submission column will take you to the area of the site where
you may enter then submit the document.



Certification Tab
In the Certification Tab you will select the certifications for which your school community wishes to
be evaluated. Changes to the selections will be reflected on the School Improvement Plan
Overview and the rubric.

Choices are:
    ASAI
    PL221
    Title I School Wide
    NCA
    No Child Left Behind



Contact Tab

The Contact tab provides ASAI staff phone numbers, email addresses, and postal addresses.
Click here for your school support specialist’s contact information.




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Entering Minutes
Navigating to the Minutes Entry Page
There are several ways to navigate to the entry page for minutes.

        Tab               Instructions
        Home Tab          Click Community Council Minutes, Faculty Minutes, or Student Body
                          Summaries. The Participation tab will open at the appropriate spot.
                          Follow the directions for the Participation tab below.
        Participation     Under Community Council Minutes, Faculty Minutes, or Student Body
        Tab               Summaries, click Enter/edit or Print Minutes. The Create, Edit, or Print
                          Minutes page (Figure 7, page 11) will open.
                          Find the meeting for which you are entering minutes and click Create Minutes.
        Prep Tab          Find the meeting for which you are entering minutes. Click Community
                          Council Minutes, Faculty Minutes, or Student Body Summary under
                          Submissions.

After saving minutes, you may Submit for Review or Print Report. See page 3 for more
information.

Using the Minutes Entry Form
The system automatically selects Group and Session Activity and the current date. If you have
clicked on the incorrect meeting, you may change the group or session activity.

Change the date to the date of the meeting. Enter the name of the person who wrote the minutes.
Type the minutes in the large text box. Be sure to save your work by clicking the Save button.

Figure 6: Minutes Entry Form




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Printing Minutes
Before printing minutes, please check the Home tab and make sure the status of the minutes is
“meets criteria.”

You may either click the “Print These Minutes” button or click Print for the correct meeting.

Figure 7: Create, Edit, or Print Minutes




The Print Report for the minutes will open in a new window (or tab if you are using Firefox). Click
the print icon or print under File on the browser menu. Close the window (or tab).


Submitting Minutes for Review
On the Participation tab, click Submit [Community Council, Faculty, or Student Body] Minutes for
Review. Complete the Submit form as instructed on page 3.



Online Surveys
Special note for schools containing grades K-2:
Students in grades K-2 will not be participating in the online survey. Instead, these students will
take a shorter version of the survey conducted by their teacher. You may download the survey
from the Manual tab (in the Data Collection section).




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Step 1: Setting Up the Surveys
The Force Field Point Person (or his/her designee) begins the process on the Survey Set Up page.

   1. Log in at www.asainstitute.org
   2. Click the Force Field Tab
   3. Near the top of the page, click "Set Up Surveys."

On the Survey Set Up page, the grade levels at the school are listed along with the default
groups to be surveyed (teachers, parents, and community).

   1. Click the drop down box next to each group
   2. Select the appropriate survey
   3. Click the "Submit" button at the bottom of the list.

When the page refreshes, you will see that a survey code has been generated for the survey.

IMPORTANT: Please record this code. Everyone completing the survey online will need to enter
the correct code to open the appropriate survey for your school.

IMPORTANT: If you have selected an incorrect survey type, you may change it until survey data
has been entered. After someone has taken the survey, the survey type cannot be changed.

The box in the column titled "Survey Online" must be checked or users will not be able to access
the survey. You will uncheck the box when you wish to "close" the survey. After a survey is closed,
it can be opened again by checking the Survey Online box.


A special note for schools housing more that one level (e.g. elementary-junior high schools, junior-
senior high schools, and elementary-high Schools:
You may wish to give different types of surveys to groups representing different levels. For
example, if you are a junior/senior high school, you may give your high school teachers the high
school teacher survey and set up a second faculty group to take the middle school teacher
survey. If you wish to do this, please follow these steps:

   1. On the Set Up Surveys page, scroll to the bottom of the survey chart.
   2. The last row of the chart will have a drop down box in the Grade/Group column. Select
      the group you wish to add.
      [Please note: we strongly advise that you add a second group only for parents, teachers,
      or community members.]
   3. In the Survey Type column, select the appropriate survey.
   4. Click the "Submit" button.
   5. The page will refresh. Check to make sure the correct survey type was selected. Record
      the Survey Code for this group.




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Step 2: Distributing the Survey Site and Code
To complete the survey, users will open www.asainstitute.org/survey in an Internet browser and
enter the appropriate code for their survey group. The Force Field Point Person (or his/her
designee) will need to make sure that the various groups receive both this web address and the
correct survey code.

VERY IMPORTANT:
If a group is given the wrong survey code, they will not be able to access their survey! Please be
very careful and very clear.

A few ideas for distributing the link and code:

      Group Surveying :

           1. Set up a time and place to take the survey in your lab.
           2. Invite those who will be surveying to attend
           3. Write the web address and the code on a board or poster.

      Individual Surveying

           1. Set up the survey window (dates)
           2. Notify people about the survey through an email, memo, or via a link on your
              school's website. Provide the survey website address, survey code, and deadline.
              Note: For the community, think about groups that might have distribution lists they
              could forward your message to (ministers' association, chamber of commerce,
              Professional Businesswomen's Association, service clubs, etc.)


Step 3: Taking the Survey

   1. Open www.asainstitute.org/survey in an Internet browser
   2. Enter the survey code for the grade/group and click Next. The survey page opens.
   3. Read each question or statement and click in the appropriate circle to indicate their
      answer.
   4. When all responses have been entered, click the button at the bottom of the page that
      says "Click here to submit your responses."
   5. A "thank you" message will open to indicate that the survey has been completed
      successfully.


Please contact your school support specialist if you need help or have questions.




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Strategy Plans
Set Up
Check Certifications Requested
Before opening the Strategies Enter/Edit page the first time, please click on the Certifications tab and
confirm that only the certifications needed for the plan being submitted in May have been checked. Make
any needed changes and click the Save button.

Note re: No Child Left Behind certification: Only schools in School Improvement should check NCLB.
Check your school’s status on the DOE School Snapshot page AYP Results.

Note re: Title I Schoolwide certification: Only schools who have or who are seeking Schoolwide status (not
Targeted Assistance Schools) should check Title I. See Comparing TAS and SWP.



Strategies Tab
After confirming the requested certifications, click on the Strategies tab.

Under Strategy Plans, click Enter/edit.


Strategy Plans: Enter/edit
When the enter/edit page is opened, the “required” strategies are displayed. These are strategies the
school is implementing to meet the certifications checked on the certification tab. Schools in year two or
beyond may also see “local” strategies that the school has chosen to implement.


Figure H: Enter/edit page lists strategies




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Import a Strategy from Last Year’s Plan
First year schools should skip this section.

All strategies (local and required) implemented this year are listed for next year. To import a strategy to
next year:
     1) Click the name of the strategy.
     2) Choose to:
             o Import all strategy information to the 2008-2009 plan
             o Import only the strategy to the 2008-2009 plan
             o Omit the strategy from the 2008-2009 plan
                  Note: Required strategies cannot be omitted
     3) Click the import button.
     4) If not omitted, the strategy will appear on the list with a check under Imported. Edit the strategy
         as needed (see note on page 4 regarding buttons).


A Note about Buttons
At the bottom of each Strategy Plan section, you will find these buttons:
         Save
            Click the Save button to save your work and stay on the current page. Pages can time
            out – it is important to save your work frequently.
         Entry for this Page is Complete
            This button saves your work and marks the section complete. When the page
            refreshes, you will see a checkmark next to the name of the completed section.



Create a New Local Strategy
To create a new local strategy click, “Create a local strategy.” A blank strategy plan opens to Title &
Description (Figure I). At minimum, enter a strategy title and the energy level then click Save (see A Note
About Buttons in this document).

Figure I: Blank entry form for a new local strategy




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After clicking Save, the included components will be linked at the top of the page (Figure J)

Figure J: Included Components linked near the top of the strategy plan page




                                                                              Included components




In the list of strategies, new strategies are marked as “new” in the Imported column.



Entering/Editing Strategy Plans
Click the strategy title or the Edit link in the column labeled “Complete.” The Title & Description
section opens. Enter information into each included component and click the “Save” or the “Entry
for this Page is Complete” button.


Component A: Strategy Title & Description
Click on the required strategy to be entered or edited. Strategies always open to the Title &
Description component.


1. Strategy Title
Enter the strategy title. Local strategy titles should be descriptive and concise. Required strategy
titles are provided and cannot be edited.


2. Subtitle
Required strategies include a field for a subtitle. Most required strategies will not need a
subtitle. However, there are two cases where a subtitle may be needed.
         1. If you wish to show a relationship between several strategies, you could give them all
            the same strategy title and then differentiate between strategies by using different
            subtitles. For example, one strategy may have the title "Parent Involvement" and
            subtitle "Parents Workshops," while another strategy has the title "Parent Involvement"
            and the subtitle "Home Visits."
         2. For required strategies, you are forced to use the strategy title provided by InSAI in
            order to make your plan "audit friendly." If you plan to use a different strategy title
            in your school, you may enter it as a subtitle.

A reminder to IPS schools: Use the subtitles provided by central office.




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3. Description
Enter a paragraph describing in detail 1) what will occur, 2) who will do it, and 3) when it will
happen.


4. Strategy Chair
In the Title & Description component, the strategy chair can be selected from a list. If the strategy
chair is not listed, click “Someone not listed here.” The system will search for all people
associated with your school and return a list. If the person you need is not on this list, click “The
strategy chair isn't listed here, enter new contact information” at the bottom of the page. The new
strategy chair’s name and email address must be entered (Figure K). When finished, click the
Next >> button to return to the strategy.

Figure K: Entry form for a new strategy chair




5. Energy Level
Some required strategies have a default energy level that cannot be changed. For these
strategies, the energy level has been determined by the certifications checked.

Strategies without a default energy level can be high, medium, low, or low-continuation.




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6. Planning Components
All strategies are required to have Component A. Title & Description. This box will always be
checked. High and medium energy strategies require Component D. To-Do Lists. To-Do Lists are
optional for Low and Low-Continuation energy levels.

The Strategy Team may choose to include Component B. Task Force Roster and/or Component C.
Strategy Data.

Optional planning components can be changed at any time. Check or remove checks as needed
then click Save. The checked planning components appear near the top of the page (Figure J).


7. Force Fields Related to This Strategy
Select at least one Force Field related to this strategy.


8. Areas of Concern
The required Area of Concern that matches the required strategy is checked. The checkmark
cannot be removed. Other Areas of Concern (local and required) can be checked.

Careful: Do not make claims that this strategy will address an Area of Concern unless it will really
make an impact.


Component B: Entering the Task Force Roster
After clicking the strategy title or edit link, click Task Force Roster in the list of components near
the top of the page (Figure J: Included Components linked near the top of the strategy plan
page). Enter each member of the strategy task force. If more spaces are needed, click Save &
Add More Members. When finished, click Entry for this Page is Complete.

Figure L: Enter/edit form for Strategy Task Force Roster




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Component C: Strategy Data
After clicking the strategy title or edit link, click Strategy Data near the top of the page. If data
has been entered for this strategy, it will be listed under Previously Entered Strategy Data (Figure
M). Click on previously entered strategy data to open and edit or enter new strategy data in the
blank form.

Figure M: Enter/edit Strategy Data




                                                                           Previously Entered Strategy Data




If another strategy data table is needed, click Save & Add Another Piece of Effectiveness Data.

To delete a strategy data table that is no longer needed or was mistakenly entered, open the
strategy data and click Delete This Strategy Data near the bottom of the page. The page will
refresh showing the data table to be deleted in a red form. Click REALLY DELETE to confirm or
Save to keep the data.




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Component D: Entering To-Do Lists
Click on “To-Do List” near the top of the page. There are four different to-do lists (Figure N: Enter
To-Do Lists).
Figure N: Enter To-Do Lists




                                                               Four To-Do Lists


                                                       Mark Action Plan Entry Complete




Click on a To-Do List section to add activity titles and action steps (Figure O).

Figure O: Enter/edit Activity Title and Action Steps




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Careful: When a school selects weekly for recurrence, the action step prints 36 times in the To-Do
List. As an alternative, use the term “weekly” in the action step (e.g. Call parents weekly) and
select monthly as the recurrence.

After all activity titles and action steps have been entered for the strategy plan, click Mark Action
Plan Entry Complete (see Figure N). Review the activities and actions steps then either return to
add more activities and/or action steps or click Entry for this Page is Complete.



Entering Information for the Exclusive Representative Report
Click the Strategies tab to return to the main strategy page.

Under Professional Development: Exclusive Rep Report, click Enter/edit.

All active strategies list at the top of the page. Click on a strategy title to move to its entry form.

If professional development activity titles were added to the strategy plan, the entry form will be
displayed. Enter additional information for each activity title and click Save.

If no professional development activity titles/action steps were added to the strategy plan
(Figure P: Confirm that no professional development is needed for a strategy) and no
professional development will be needed to implement the strategy, leave the box checked and
click Save. If the strategy requires professional development, but none has been entered yet,
click “view full strategy plan” to return to the strategy and enter an activity title(s) and action
steps. When entry is complete, return to the Professional Development: Exclusive Rep Report’s
Enter/edit page.

Figure P: Confirm that no professional development is needed for a strategy




Submitting the Strategy Plan for Review
When all included components of the strategy plan are marked complete, a checkmark is
displayed next to each component listed at the top of the page. Return to the Strategies:
Enter/edit page. Completed strategy plans will show a checkmark in the Completed column. In
the Submit column, you will see the phrase “submit now.” (Figure Q: Submit a strategy plan for
review) Click “submit now” to submit the strategy for review by your school support specialist.




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Figure Q: Submit a strategy plan for review




The status of the strategy changes from “submit now” to “submitted.”



Strategy Plan Rubrics
School support specialists review strategy plans and leave feedback in the strategy plan rubrics.
When the feedback for a strategy plan is completed, the strategy plan status changes from
“submitted” to the status set by the school support specialist. Click on the new status to see
feedback.

To open a print version of the strategy plan rubrics, click Print Strategy Plan Rubrics in the box on
the left side of the screen on any strategy page.

If the review status is “needs revision,” make changes to the strategy as needed. Return to the
strategy enter/edit list and click resubmit.



Additional Assistance
If you need help or have questions, please contact your school support specialist.




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 Supplemental Instructions
Printing Power Point Presentations with Speaker Notes
Download the Power Point Presentation as described in Navigation from the Sessions Tab:
Resources (page Error! Bookmark not defined.Error! Bookmark not defined.).
Open the file you've downloaded in Power Point.
Click File in the menu then select Print.

Figure 18: Power Point Print Dialogue




In the Print dialogue box you should see a drop down box labeled Print What.
From the drop down box, select Notes page.
Select grayscale from the Color/Grayscale box and checking the box for Scale to Fit Paper.




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Index
Achievement Analysis, 6                   Resources, 3
Action Steps                              Rubric, 6
   Implementation Tab, 7                     Strategy Plan, 22
Activities                                School Improvement Plan Contents, 4, 5
   Steering Team, following sessions, 8   School Support Specialist
Browser, 2                                   contact information, 9
Certification Tab, 9                      Speaker Notes
Contact Tab, 9                               Power Point Presentation, 23
Enter/edit, 3                             Strategies, 6, 14
Exclusive Representative Report, 21       Strategy
Force Field Analysis, 6                      Create New Local, 15
   Surveys, 11                               Import from Past Year, 15
Home Tab, 4                                  Submitting for Review, 21
Implementation Tab, 7                     Strategy Data, 19
Logging In                                Strategy Plan Rubric, 22
   log in, 2                              Strategy Plans, 14
Manual Tab, 7                             Strategy Task Force Roster, 18
Minutes, 10, 11                           Strategy Title & Description, 16
Navigating the Site, 4                    Strategy To-Do Lists, 20
Online Surveys, 11                        Submit, 3, 4
Participation, 6                             Strategy Plan, 21
Prep Tab, 8                               Surveys, 11
Print Reports, 3                          Vision, 6




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