1 At the beginning of this segment a teacher in the Community Consolidated School District 15 is sho

1 At the beginning of this segment a teacher in the Community Consolidated School District 15 is sho

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1 At the beginning of this segment a teacher in the Community Consolidated School District 15 is shown standing in front of a classroom bulletin board with a PDCA cycle (Deming Wheel). Discuss how a PDCA Wheel might be used in a school like this. The Deming Cycle, or PDCA Cycle (also known as PDSA Cycle), is a continuous quality improvement model consisting out of a logical sequence of four repetitive steps for continuous improvement and learning: Plan, Do, Study (Check) and Act. The essence of leadership is captured by process efficiency. Try to use techniques such a “brainstorming”. Organizational development. Strategy. Treating other students with kindness. 2 Discuss how School District 15 uses measurement data for planning and decision-making, and measuring success. What different types of performance measures does the school district use? What is the purpose of data-based decision-making? Use of data does make a difference in the classrooms of their 19 schools students
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