Nwea spring data roll up july 26 2012
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 46

Minneapolis Education Line office PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 116 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

NWEA Spring Data Roll Up July 26, 2012. Minneapolis Education Line office. Student Achievement is our TARGET. Data rich conversations Professional collaboration TEAMWORK Accountability. Strengths. Data Analysis. Continuous School Improvement. Concerns. Strategies.

Download Presentation

Minneapolis Education Line office

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Nwea spring data roll up july 26 2012

NWEA Spring Data Roll Up

July 26, 2012

Minneapolis Education Line office


Student achievement is our target

StudentAchievementis our TARGET

Data rich conversations

Professional collaboration

TEAMWORK

Accountability


Minneapolis education line office

Strengths

Data Analysis

Continuous

School

Improvement

Concerns

Strategies


Bug o nay ge shig math

Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig MATH


Bug o nay ge shig reading

Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig READING


Bug strategies

BUG Strategies

  • Ineffective teachers’ contracts were not renewed

  • Going to establish new BOY targets this fall

  • New math curriculum will be researched for the next school year

  • Restructured school model K-6 and 7-12

  • New administrative leaders: New principal, superintendent


Bug strategies cont

BUG Strategies (cont.)

  • Behavioral Dean of Students and an Academic Dean of Students

  • Principal evaluation revisited; teacher evaluation revisited (cii.org for new teachers; Danielson for seasoned teachers)

  • National Dropout Prevention Initiative

  • School-wide professional development with the leadership team every Wednesday 7:30-9:30am


Circle of nations math

Circle of Nations MATH


Circle of nations reading

Circle of Nations READING


Cns strategies

CNS Strategies

  • Build student retention strategies consisting of more parental involvement.

  • Add professional development for focus areas of concern including: vocabulary, comprehension, and reading fluency.

  • RIT band student groups.

  • Leadership Team meets 2x p/m to monitor N*.

  • Reading enrichment.


Fond du lac math

Fond du Lac - MATH


Fond du lac reading

Fond du Lac - READING


Fdl strategies

FDL Strategies

  • Focus on Data Analysis – Corrective Curriculum (SRA) (a direct instruction program) students did better than those in the core curriculum (Envisions for Math) (Scotts-Forsman). Strategic students will learn from C.C.

  • C.C. Consultant train staff.


Nay ah shing math

Nay-Ah-Shing MATH


Nay ah shing reading

Nay-Ah-Shing READING


Nas strategies

NAS Strategies

  • Sustained BIE Reads initiative.

  • Step-up P.D. for all teachers.

  • Form groups by ability.

  • Analyze data to identify patterns.

  • Increase intervention by groups.

  • Frequent monitoring of classrooms and data results.

  • Increase after-school programming.


Circle of life math

Circle of Life MATH


Circle of life reading

Circle of Life READING


Col strategies

COL Strategies

  • Change in administrative structure

  • Revised teacher observation and evaluation instruments (i.e., Danielson)

  • Focus on improving culture and climate of the school

  • Moving into the new structure perceived to be more conducive to a learning environment

  • School-wide PBIS


Hannahville math

Hannahville MATH


Hannahville reading

Hannahville READING


Hannahville indian school

Hannahville Indian School

  • Math Fall 2011 proficiency at 37%

    Spring 2012 proficiency at 57% - a 20% gain.

    Reading Fall 2011 proficiency at 38% Spring 2012 proficiency at 53% - a 15% gain.


His strategies

HIS Strategies

  • MAP for primary grades is not aligned to the state sadards so the correlation between proficiency on a state assessment and MAP cannot be calculated.

  • Focus on P.D. for staff and administration on better use of the NWEA data.

  • Establish individual student goals at beginning of year.


His strategies cont d

HIS strategies (cont’d)

  • Conduct item analysis of substrands.

  • Differentiated instruction.

  • Develop lessons based on MAP results.

  • Develop plan for Intensive, Strategic, and Benchmark results, including G&T.


Menominee math

Menominee MATH


Menominee reading

Menominee READING


Mts strategies

MTS Strategies

  • Student goal-setting

  • Focus on DesCartes

  • Organize data retreats for all teachers

  • Integrated technology (SMARTboards and iPads)

  • Meaningful and memorable parent involvement


Meskwaki math

Meskwaki MATH


Meskwaki reading

Meskwaki READING


Mss strategies

MSS Strategies

  • Group students according to RIT band.

  • Increase reading and math instruction

  • Increase small group work. Pair students.

  • Media Specialist becomes ½ interventionist for Reading/Math.

  • Disaggregate data for ALL teachers.

  • Engaging in meaningful student conversations regarding individual student targets.


Mss strategies cont d

MSS strategies (cont’d.)

  • Utilize NWEA Consultant.

  • Implement increased PBIS.

  • Increase student-teacher discussions w/ 40% student discussion in classroom.

  • Principal wants to engage in discussion w/ teachers before the fall MAP test regarding data and student goal setting.


Oneida math

Oneida MATH


Oneida reading

Oneida READING


Ots strategies

OTS Strategies

  • Organize ability-level groups for math, and added extra period for intervention and enrichment.

  • HS Power Hour for reading 4 days/week

  • Increase HS reading with English. elective for those below normal level.

  • Math XL individualized program used in guided study time for students below level in math.


Ots strategies cont

OTS Strategies (cont.)

  • MS added certified reading teacher.

  • RTI period added into the K-5 schedule.

  • Small groups to enhance reading/ language art skills.


Minneapolis elo math

Minneapolis ELO - MATH


Minneapolis elo reading

Minneapolis ELO - READING


What melo team did to assist

What MELO Team Did to Assist

  • Met with leadership teams in spring to review progress.

  • Joined Principals in classroom observations.

  • T.A. through emails, faxes, telephone conferences, webinar (COL Academy).

  • This year’s focus will be on providing quality coaching.

  • Administrators and other key staff become partners in collaboration with ELO.


What schools did in response

What Schools Did in Response

  • Engaged in data retreats internally and through district consultants

  • NWEA consultants were a significant factor in determining analyzing data

  • Organize professional development needs based on substrands and areas of concern

  • Schools reallocated funding to pay consultants

  • Organize students according toRIT bands

  • Schools participated in national collaboration efforts by presenting at NWEA (MTS); national recognition for Green Ribbon (CNS).


How school improvement is reflected in native star indicators

How school improvement is reflected in NATIVE Star Indicators:

  • We work closely with school boards to inform about the school improvement process. (IA01)

  • We analyze the MAP data together – and have conversations about the results. (IA08)

  • We examine N* reports closely for data and school improvement programs for upcoming school year. (IIA03)

  • Focus is on RESTRUCTURING schools and implementation of Transformation Model. (IIA04)

  • We reinforce the concept that this is a continuous improvement process. (IIA09)


N elo indicators cont d

N* ELO Indicators (cont’d)

  • We need to build closer collaboration w/ tribal education departments. (IIA07)

  • We need to work on POC and maintain communication with schools. (IIIA01)

  • We are working closer with school leadership teams. (IIIA02)

  • We need to develop consistent conversations w/ leadership teams. (IIIA05)

  • We WILL review Level of Implementation w/ schools.


How will melo plan with schools for sy 12 13 based on sy 11 12

How Will MELO Plan with Schools for SY 12-13 Based on SY 11-12?

  • Host an NWEA webinar in September.

  • Regional Education Conference November 14 & 15, 2012 (MSS).

  • Increased coaching relentlessly.

  • Assess school level of participation with common core standards and engage tribal education departments.

  • Continue data-rollup conversations with schools (MSS Principal).

  • Request schools to use A.S.G. (Achievement Status & Growth) CALCULATOR. (Send out User Guide.)


Achievement status growth calculator

Achievement Status & Growth Calculator

Establish and manage growth goals.

Measure achievement.

RIT score with # of instructional weeks.

Based on NWEA 2011 norm study.


How will we plan cont d

How Will We Plan (Cont’d)

  • Reinforce writing SMART goals in NATIVE Star and Comprehensive School Report to include hard data and R/M goals.

  • Schedule meetings with school Principals to discuss quarterly data.

  • Add resource information on http://www.minneapoliselo.bie.edu.

  • Create coaching framework beginning with data discussions.


Minneapolis education line office

"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much." - Helen Keller


Minneapolis education line office

Obstacles don't have to stop you. If you run into a wall,

don't turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it,

go through it, or work around it.                                                                              - Michael Jordan -


  • Login