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Unlocking Reports to Reach Your Goals. CESA 5 MAP User’s Group Spring 2008. Janet Wheeler Partner Relations Representative. Assessment should make a difference. State Test. Classroom Assessments. NWEA. I have MAP data . . . now what?. How do you create a shared vision?.

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Unlocking reports to reach your goals

Unlocking Reports toReach Your Goals

CESA 5 MAP User’s Group

Spring 2008

Janet WheelerPartner Relations Representative


Assessment should make a difference

Assessment should make a difference

State Test

Classroom

Assessments

NWEA


I have map data now what

I have MAP data . . . now what?


How do you create a shared vision

How do you create a shared vision?

The tools for improving instruction include:

Laying the foundation

Designing your approach

Creating a culture of continuous improvement

Reflective Process

Action Process


Unlocking reports to reach your goals

Talk!

It Starts With Me!

How would you describe effective teaching?

Does your school or district have a shared understanding of what kind of teaching you need in your classrooms?

If yes, write down the shared vision.

If not, should you? When a school does not have a shared understanding of effective teaching, what is the consequence on student learning?


Where do you want to be

Where do you want to be?

Big Goals

Why did you choose MAP?

What do you hope to achieve?

Smaller Goals-Measures of Success

How are you going to get there?

What will it look like?

How will you know you are making progress?


Plan begin with the end in mind

Plan - Begin with the end in mind . . .

Plan backwards

The End


Make meaning of the data

Make meaning of the data

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Do design your approach

Do - Design your approach


Create focus target an area of need

Create focus-target an area of need


Incorporate strategies

Incorporate Strategies


Incorporate strategies1

Incorporate Strategies

Meet the needs of all students

Capitalize on the knowledge and experience of your colleagues

Work as a team


Apply what you know

Apply what you know


Study assess your progress

Study – Assess Your Progress

Do we have a shared vision?

How has using data provided opportunities for sharing with my colleagues?

Do I see evidence of student growth?

Have we created a cycle of continuous improvement?


Act begin somewhere

Act-Begin somewhere!

  • Use the data to change:

    • instructional focus (targeted areas of concern)

    • curriculum

    • instructional strategies (flexible grouping, differentiated instruction, etc.)

  • Share with my colleagues-

    • Successful strategies

    • Resources and materials

    • Planning Time


Persistence not perfection

Persistence . . . not perfection


Wisdom

Wisdom

Begin challenging your own assumptions.

Your assumptions are your windows on the world.

Scrub them off every once in awhile, or the light won’t come in.

Alan Alda


Go forth have fun

Go forth . . . . . . have fun!

THANK YOU for all you do for kids!


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