Teacher-Based Teams in Action


Making Critical Connections Using Ohio's 5-Step Process

Ohio has many programs and initiatives aimed at ensuring all students are prepared for future success. Now more than ever, schools are relying on collaborative structures and Ohio's 5-Step Process to share the responsibility for improving student achievement.

Ohio's 5-Step Process includes:

  • Step 1: Collect Evidence of Student Learning
  • Step 2: Analyze Assessment Results
  • Step 3: Plan for Instruction
  • Step 4: Implement with Fidelity
  • Step 5: Re-assess and Evaluate Effectiveness

Watch the video below to learn about how each step of the 5-Step Process can help teachers and teacher-based teams work through school improvement efforts.

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Download Step 5: Re-assess and Evaluate Effectiveness (MP4)