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Consider the evidence: The evidence-driven decision making cycle – text version

This example is a circular flow chart starting with a box named Trigger and continuing clockwise with boxes connected by one or more arrows to the final box named Reflect. The boxes in order are: Trigger, Speculate, Explore, Question, Assemble, Analyse, Interpret, Intervene, Act, Evaluate, Reflect.

Clockwise Trigger and Speculate each point to Explore which points to Question to Assemble to Analyse to Interpret to Act and Intervene together, then to Evaluate, and finally to Reflect. There is also an extra long arrow connecting Analyse to Reflect.

Text for each box: Trigger: Data indicate a possible issue that could impact on student achievement, Speculate: A teacher has a hunch about a problem or possible action, Explore: Check data and evidence to explore the issue, Question: Clarify the issue and ask a question, Assemble: Decide what data and evidence might be useful, Analyse data and evidence, Interpret: Insights that could answer your question, Intervene: Plan an action aimed at improving student achievement, Act: carry out the intervention, Evaluate the impact on the intervention, Reflect on what has been learned, how practice has changed.