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‘Drill Baby Drill’. The Data Cycle!. Today we will be sorting and drilling down your data from Interim 1. We will be identifying the high-need standards and skills, the misconceptions, and what skills students need to master these standards.

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Drill baby drill

‘Drill Baby Drill’


The data cycle

The Data Cycle!

  • Today we will be sorting and drilling down your data from Interim 1. We will be identifying the high-need standards and skills, the misconceptions, and what skills students need to master these standards.

  • Thursday and Friday we will be creating re-teaching materials, small groups, and updating our unit plans.

  • Instead of a Bridge Week, we will be reteaching and spiraling high-need skills throughout Unit 2, and focusing on these skills during Titan Time.


Things to remember

Things To Remember…

  • The Goal is Growth!

    • We are not using the data as judgment of teachers or students.

    • Everyone will improve!

  • Chuck the Change!

    • Re-teach and  re-assess 1 or 2 skills. 

    • Aim to correct specific misconceptions with specific students. 

    • Small, manageable victories will lead to broader gains.

  • Students Learn what Teachers Teach!

    • Plan daily objectives around the “sub-skills”

    • Align daily lessons and exit tickets to the skills and rigor level of assessment questions will lead to proficiency.


Deliverables for thursday at 8 am

Deliverables For Thursday at 8 am

  • Today you will complete the shaded areas for sections 1-5.

  • For each section you will identify specific standards or skills that you will focus on with each group of students:

    • Whole-group re-teach:

      • Low average score overall (<60% proficiency)

      • Highly Tested on DCCAS

      • Crucial to upcoming content

    • Differentiated re-teach:

      • Overall average 65-90% (Small number of students score <50%)

      • Highly Tested DCCAS

      • Crucial to upcoming content

    • Tutoring Groups: (Bubble Students)

      • The skills your “mid-range” students struggled with most (consider highlighting this group of students in your data to see their weak skills)

      • Highly tested on DCCAS

      • Critical to upcoming content or the next grade level


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