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Student growth sources of evidence to establish baseline
Student Growth Sources of Evidence to Establish Baseline

Student Growth Series



Target
Target

  • Explain how multiple sources of evidence can contribute to a baseline score for goal-setting for student growth.


Starting points for goal setting
Starting points for goal-setting

  • As the school year begins, teachers use a variety of methods to determine where students are in reaching the level of proficiency intended in their standards.

  • To goal-set, teachers identify enduring skills, concepts or processes as an area of focus based on the needs of their current students.


Establishing a baseline
Establishing a Baseline

  • Easiest with a rubric or a matrix.

  • Otherwise, consider:

    • Would you average assessment items?

    • Would you add weight to any items?

    • How would you determine a single score?


A first goal looking back
A first goal: Looking back

For the 2012-2013 school year, 95% of my 4th grade students will show growth in Reading as evidenced by Winter and Spring MAP RIT scores and unit assessments throughout the Spring semester.


More currently
More currently . . .

By the end of the 2013-14 school year, all of my 4th grade students (100%) will show growth in summarizing key ideas and details in what they read. Each student will improve by 2 or more levels on the rubric developed by my PLC team for summarization. In addition, 90% of students will score Proficient or above on the rubric by the end of the year.


Data contributing to baseline
Data contributing to baseline

  • MAP data (DesCartes Continuum regarding summarization skills)

  • Written summaries

  • Journal entries

  • M/C items where students identify main ideas and supporting details



Establishing a baseline examples
Establishing a Baseline: Examples

Discuss with your table group:

  • How is data collected through everyday instructional practice?

  • How do multiple sources of data contribute to both an individual and a collective score to establish baseline?

  • How can you confirm rubric congruency with standards?


Target1
Target

  • Explain how multiple sources of evidence can contribute to a baseline score for goal-setting for student growth.


During first weeks of school

Before August 2014


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