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ELEMENTARY SCIENCE LEADERS AND COACHES DIALOGUE SESSION 5 (February 11 – February 14, 2013). By Millard E. Lightburn, Ph.D. District Science Supervisor Curriculum Support Specialists Mary Tweedy and Keisha Kidd Department of Mathematics and Science Office of Academics and Transformation.

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By millard e lightburn ph d district science supervisor curriculum support specialists

ELEMENTARY SCIENCE LEADERS AND COACHES DIALOGUE SESSION 5

(February 11 – February 14, 2013)

By

Millard E. Lightburn, Ph.D.

District Science Supervisor

Curriculum Support Specialists

Mary Tweedy and Keisha Kidd

Department of Mathematics and Science

Office of Academics and Transformation


Name tent

Name Tent

Use blank sheet of paper to make name tent

Front: First Name

Back: School Name


By millard e lightburn ph d district science supervisor curriculum support specialists

NORM

  • Participate actively

  • Ask questions

  • Learn by doing

  • Set your own learning into action


Agenda

AGENDA

1.Welcome Remarks & Norms

2. Data Analysis: Gr 3, 4 & 5

3. Develop action plan: to address secondary benchmarks and crunch time plan

4. Institutional Partners (GALS & Weather Day)

5. Essential Lab: Adaptation: Plant Survivors

6. Vocabulary Acquisition Strategies

7. Essential Lab: Properties of Minerals

8. Sharing Best Practices

9. Announcements

10. Evaluation/Follow-up


By millard e lightburn ph d district science supervisor curriculum support specialists

What Kind of Information can Data Provide us?

Data can…

provide feedback on the past and

provide a basis to begin planning

for the future


Importance of data

Importance of Data

  • We live in a data driven society.

  • Data is used to make decisions at all levels of government and businesses.

  • Education is no exception. We are in the business of educating our future leaders.

  • In education, we need to be able to disaggregate assessment data at the level where we can make a difference in a child’s life. We should be able to say that John Doe needs help in understanding “Properties of Minerals”


Florida continuous improvement model

Florida ContinuousImprovement Model


Disaggregation of grade 5 science interim assessment

Disaggregation of Grade 5 science Interim Assessment

  • Q1 Benchmarks Addressed on Fall IA

  • Q2 Benchmarks Addresses on Winter IA

  • Progress Monitoring Tool

Department of Mathematics and Science


Grade 5 quarter 1 benchmarks assessed on fall interim 2012

Grade 5 Quarter 1 Benchmarks Assessed on Fall Interim 2012

Department of Mathematics and Science


Grade 5 2012 baseline vs fall ia results by benchmarks

Grade 5 2012 Baseline vs Fall IA (Results by Benchmarks)

Department of Mathematics and Science


Grade 5 2012 baseline fall ia winter ia results by benchmarks

Grade 5 2012 Baseline, Fall IA & Winter IA (Results by Benchmarks)

Department of Mathematics and Science


Grade 5 quarter 2 benchmarks assessed on winter interim 2013

Grade 5 Quarter 2 Benchmarks Assessed on Winter Interim 2013

Department of Mathematics and Science


Grade 5 2012 baseline vs 2013 winter ia results by benchmarks

Grade 5 2012 Baseline vs 2013 Winter IA (Results by Benchmarks)

Department of Mathematics and Science

Cut Scores


2012 grade 5 science fall interim assessment results

2012 GRADE 5 SCIENCE FALL INTERIM ASSESSMENT RESULTS

*Legend: Q1 & Q2= Quarter 1 & 2 Benchmarks

NOS: Nature of Science PS = Physical Science

LS = Life Science ES = Earth Science


Progress monitoring tool

Progress Monitoring Tool

  • Purpose: Track progress of teaching and learning by monitoring achievement on NGSSS benchmarks.

  • Useful to track changes in performance by benchmarks from baseline to Fall IA and to Winter IA.

  • Great tool to plan intervention or to plan for crunch time support.

  • 2013 Grade 5 Science Winter Interim Results

  • Progress Monitoring Tool 2012-2013


Baseline vs winter interim

Baseline vs Winter Interim

  • Analyze changes by benchmarks

  • Use the teacher debriefing protocol to analyze your class or school data

  • Use the grade level debriefing protocol to compare your class performance to overall school performance.


Report builder in edusoft

Report Builder in Edusoft

  • Retrieve report builder for 2012 Gr 5 Science Baseline, 2012 Fall Interim and 2013 Winter IA including Ed Groups by class list.

  • Export the result to excel and save the file.

  • Look at student performance on each by benchmark on each assessment. What is evident in this analysis?

  • REPORT BUILDER

  • Edusoft Tutorial


Data chats

Data Chats

  • Sample Data Chats form

  • Student Name and ID

  • Math FCAT: Achievement Level and DSS

  • Reading FCAT: Achievement Level and DSS

  • Science Assessment data:

  • Baseline: _____ Monthly ____ Fall Interim ___

  • Winter Interim ______

  • Student Goals:___________________________

  • Teacher Comment_______________________

  • ___________________________________________


Comparative performance on 2012 quarter 1 assessment k 4

Comparative Performance on 2012 Quarter 1 Assessment (K-4)


Quarter 2 assessment results

Quarter 2 Assessment Results

*Grade 5 Interim assesses all 25 annually assessed benchmarks

Grades K-4 only assessed Quarter 2 benchmarks


Quarterly assessment results k 5 2012 2013

Quarterly Assessment Results K-52012-2013

  • Quarter 1 Results

QUARTER 1 RESULTS

QUARTER 2 RESULTS

**Cut score for Gr 5 Fall IA = 51%

*Cut score for Gr 5 Winter IA= 53% satisfactory


What s new

WHAT’S NEW

  • After FCAT 2.0 scores were released, MDCPS correlated Interim scores to FCAT scale scores to set cut scores for proficiency levels for interims. (Winter & Fall cut scores)

  • After FCAT 2.0 scores were released, DOE develop cut scores for achievement levels.

  • (Achievement Levels Descriptors)

  • Achievement Levels Values


Crunch time options

CRUNCH TIME OPTIONS

  • Essential Labs

  • Extended Learning Modules

  • Science Camp (Rotation)

  • Family Science Night Saturday Academy

  • GIZMOS (regular scheduled)

  • FCAT Explorer

  • Discovery Education

  • Jeopardy

  • Online games (websites)

    • Refer to Pacing Guide Quarter 4 - Topic XVII for resource links.

  • Test Preparation (Data Review – Benchmark Focus)

  • Bell Ringers (FL Achieves/FOCUS)

  • Intervention (before, during, and/or afterschool)

  • Pull out groups

  • IAN / Science Journals

  • FCAT Vocabulary (Item Specs. Glossary)

  • FCAT Coach, Ladders to Success, J & J Boot Camp

Hands on

Technology


Action plan

Action Plan

  • Develop an action for Grade 5 to address:

  • 1. List strongest benchmarks (Winter IA)

  • 2. List weakest benchmarks (Winter IA)

  • 3. Identify number of students: Satisfactory, Limited (Bubble) and Insufficient Progress

  • 3. A plan to address secondary benchmarks, including how you will group your students.

  • 4. Instructional Plan to implement during crunch time

  • Gr 5 Science Winter Interim Cut Scores

  • Satisfactory: Raw score (36-68) (53% or higher)

  • Limited: Raw score (33-35) (49-51%)

  • Insufficient: Raw score (0-32) (0 – 47%)


2013 fcat schedule apr 15 23

2013 FCAT SCHEDULE (Apr 15-23)

Monday, April 15

  • Grades 3-5 and 10* Reading (Session 1)

  • Grades 6, 7, and 8 Mathematics (Sessions 1 & 2)

    Tuesday, April 16

  • Grades 7* and 8 Reading (Session 1)

  • Grades 3-5 and 10* Reading (Session 2)


2013 fcat schedule cont

2013 FCAT SCHEDULE CONT….

  • Wednesday, April 17

  • Grades 7* and 8 Reading (Session 2)

  • Grades 3 and 4 Mathematics (Session 1)

  • Grade 5 Science (Session 1)

  • Thursday, April 18

  • Grades 3 and 4 Mathematics (Session 2)

  • Grade 5 Science (Session 2)

  • Grade 8 Science (Sessions 1 and 2)

  • *Computer-based tests with paper-based accommodations


By millard e lightburn ph d district science supervisor curriculum support specialists

2013 FCAT SCHEDULE CONT…

  • Monday, April 22

  • Grade 5* Mathematics (Session 1)

  • Grades 6* and 9* Reading (Session 1)

  • Tuesday, April 23

  • Grade 5* Mathematics (Session 2)

  • Grades 6* and 9* Reading (Session 2)

  • *Computer-based tests with paper-based accommodations

  • Florida Department of Education/Office of Assessment Updated January 2013

  • http://fcat.fldoe.org/fcat2/pdf/2012-13FactSheet20.pdf


Data online resources

Data Online Resources

  • Actionable Data by Dr. Yuwadee Wongbundhit

    http://osi.dadeschools.net/actiondata/

    -School Performance Data, FCAT, Baseline and

    Interims

    http://curriculum.dadeschools.net

    http://www.florida-achieves.com/


Fcat pledge

FCAT PLEDGE

  • I WILL


Partnership

Partnership

  • Giant African Land Snail (GALS) Junior Detective Program http://science.dadeschools.net/elem/snails.html

  • Weather Day (CBS4, Marlins, MDCPS)

    video


Essential laboratory

Essential Laboratory

Lab #11(B) Adaptation: Plant Survivors

  • SC.5.L.17.1

  • SC.5.L.15.1

  • SC.4.L.16.2

  • SC.4.L.17.1

  • SC.4.L.17.4

  • SC.5.N.2.2 AND SC.4.N.1.3


Vocabulary acquisition strategies

VOCABULARY ACQUISITION STRATEGIES


Essential laboratory1

Essential Laboratory

  • Lab #12 Properties of Minerals

  • SC.4.E.6.2

  • SC.4.N.1.1

  • SC.4.N.1.2

  • SC.4.N.1.6


Crunch time resources

CRUNCH TIME RESOURCES

  • SHARING BEST PRACTICES


Announcements

Announcements

  • SUMMIT PD (Two Day Inquiry Workshop) Gr 3-5

    North: FIU North Kovens Center

    (Saturday: March 9 and March 16, 2013)

    South: Miami Dade College (Kendall Campus)

    (Saturday: February 23 and March 2, 2013)

    Stipend: $150.00 and books

    Register at: [email protected]

    See Weekly Briefing # 13433

  • Grade 4 PD April 29, 30, May 2, 2013

  • Grade 5 PD May 13-17, 2013


Edmodo codes

EDMODO CODES

  • Dr. Gilbert Porter Session 5 Code…q9eumo

  • Henry West Lab Session 5 Code..dq9ex6

  • John I. Smith Session 5 Code……u4mko4

  • Hubert O. Sibley K-8 Session 5 Code …..mg8j3n


3 2 1 reflections

3-2-1 REFLECTIONS


Follow up

Follow Up

Submit Action plan to address secondary benchmarks and plan for crunch time instruction.

Use the follow-up form provided. It must be signed by your administrator.

Submitted via Edmodo if you have problem then email to [email protected] or via fax 305-995-7690

Follow up due Feb 28, 2013


Follow up form due february 28 2013

Follow-up form Due February 28, 2013


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