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Data Analysis for Instructional PracticeLearning Targets for SessionIdentify Strategies to monitor individual student progressIdentify Strategies to use data to inform instructionIdentify Strategies to use data to promote individual student growthIdentify Strategies to intervene on behalf of struggling students - SSTAlways RememberWhat do we want them to knowHow will we know they learned itWhat will we do if they dont know itWhat will we do if they already know itWhat instructional practices should be utiliziedAbout youOn the piece of paper provided:Name one best practice related to instructional data useName data sources available to you as a teacher at WHMS Types of Student DataQuantitative DataQualitative Data
Demographic DataClassroom DataStandardized DataPerformance DataProgress Monitoring
Demographic ExamplesEthinicityGenderEconomic StatusDisabilityELL220Open EnrollmentDrop Out RatesDaily Attendance RatesCommunity information such as urban, rural, suburbanExtra-curricular participationClassroom DataPre testsPost tests (Common Formative Assessments)ProjectsPresentationsGroup WorkEnd-of-course assessments (Common Summative Assessments)ObservationsParticipation Rates
Standardized DataSome is norm-referenced, some is notMAPWKCENAEP (Smarter Balance)R180FASST Easy CBMCoGATS
Performance DataCould be:Project-basedDemonstrationLab practicalGroup workPhysical performance (playing an instrument, fitness activities)
Quantitative DataDeals with numbers.Data which can be measured.Length, height, area, volume, weight, Speed, time, temperature, humidity, sound levels, cost, members, ages, etc.Quantitative Quantity
8th Grade ClassQuantitative data:282 students 154 girls, 128 boys68% on honor roll150 students accelerated in math
Test Scores (classroom or standardized)Letter GradesAverage Daily Attendance RatesODRsHealth Room visitsPercents (of missing work, of kids passing, etc.)
Qualitative DataDeals with descriptions.Data can be observed but not measured.Colors, textures, smells, tastes, appearance, beauty, etc.Qualitative Quality
8th Grade ClassQualitative data:friendly demeanorscivic minded environmentalistspositive school spirit
Descriptive data such as suburban locationObservation of behavior, such as runningData ToolsNWEA website reportsData WarehouseCourse a-like analysis on common assessmentsStandardized item analysis Intervention Progress Monitoring Tools
Review NWEA Reportshttps://elmbrookschools-admin.mapnwea.org (use full e-mail address as login and Mapstaff1 as password)Des CartesGrowth - actual and projectedAttainment individual and class by cluster
1. Achievement status2. Growth Data3. Des CartesDemo the reports how can they help you?Review Data WarehouseLogin ProcessReports of InterestStudent-Student Detail
How to use Classroom Assessment DataAll assessments should be aligned to the standards (we will convert them to alignment with CCSS over the next year or 2)Questions should be able to be tracked by standard for proficiencyDevelop a way of monitoring student results by standard so you know what concepts, standards to either re-teach or spiral in during other unitsCollaborate with colleagues on scoring practices, results, next steps, instructional strategies, etc.
Time to PlayConsider your data and what you would like to accomplishSet one instructional goal with your data for quarter 1How will you know you met your goal?Never use one data point as your only evidenceWhat can we do to support you?Data for Instructional Practice Overarching GuidelinesStudents and teacher set goals for unit assessment (growth)Establish a Baseline understanding of whereyour students are currently performing (pretest)Differentiate instruction based upon that informationFormative assessment/instruction cyclePost Assess (still can be formative)Provide opportunities for proficiencyStudents and teacher analyze performance and growth
Use best practices around instruction and assessment
Establish Learning TargetsEstablish Criteria for how you will know they learned it and your assessment plan both formative and summativePre-AssesDesign and implement InstructionProvide Feedback to StudentsFormative AssessmentPost AssessmentPossible Evaluation Reteach if necessaryAssessment can be projects, presentations, written, oral, products, etc.
Learning Targets for SessionIdentify Strategies to monitor individual student progressIdentify Strategies to use data to inform instructionIdentify Strategies to use data to promote individual student growthIdentify Strategies to intervene on behalf of struggling students - SSTExit SlipName two key findings that will assist you right awayName two key findings that were brand new information
One thing you appreciated about this timeOne thing you would change