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using data to inform teaching and learning

Robert Cordaiy, Dawn Walker, Michele Howland, Karolina Navcoski and Scott Gilbert

Educational Measurement & School Accountability (EMSAD)


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Professional Teaching Standards

Professional Competence

  • Element 3.2.5

  • Linking Assessment to Learning

    • Use a broad range of effective strategies to assess student achievement of learning outcomes

  • Element 5.2.5

  • Manage student behaviour and promote student responsibility for learning

    • Manage student behaviour through engaging students in purposeful and worthwhile learning activities

Educational Measurement and School Accountability Directorate (EMSAD)


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Directions

  • Demonstration of SMART – screens for analysis, our focus today will include:

  • School Summary and *Table 4 (in School Reports)

  • Percentages (%) in Bands

  • Item performance

  • *Item Analysis

  • *Teaching Strategies

* These will feature in our workshop analysis today

Educational Measurement and School Accountability Directorate (EMSAD)



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Directions Directorate (EMSAD)

  • Talk about WORKSHEETS provided

  • Participants to use Item Analysis page (4th from the bottom of main menu) from SMART and

  • Table 4 from SMART ( In School Reports on main menu)

Printed PDFs will be available for workshop use

Educational Measurement and School Accountability Directorate (EMSAD)


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Directions Directorate (EMSAD)

How to make sense of the data

Work through

Years 3 & 5

Focus group: Girls

Focus Area: Numeracy

(Participants will work through Y3 and Y5 Numeracy All Students after this)

* We will be looking at SMART and this presentation from this point on

Educational Measurement and School Accountability Directorate (EMSAD)


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AREAS OF STRENGTH Directorate (EMSAD) – Year 3

Local School: Numeracy

from Item Analysis

  • Year 3 Girls

    • Q 23 N (Frac & dec) (A Band 4 item)

      Identify a 2D shape with only one quarter shaded

      Girls 20% above state

* NB: When working in a group, this information for Years 3 and 5 would be put onto Worksheet 1 for All students

Educational Measurement and School Accountability Directorate (EMSAD)


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AREAS OF STRENGTH Directorate (EMSAD) – Year 5

Local School: Numeracy

from item Analysis

  • Year 5 Girls

    • Q 22 SG 2D (lines of symmetry) (A Band 6 item)

      Girls 24% above the State

* NB: When working in a group, this information for Years 3 and 5 All Students would be put onto Worksheet 1

Educational Measurement and School Accountability Directorate (EMSAD)


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AREAS OF STRENGTH Directorate (EMSAD) -Years 3 & 5

from Item Analysis

Focus Group: Girls Focus Area: Numeracy

Educational Measurement and School Accountability Directorate (EMSAD)


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AREAS OF FOCUS Directorate (EMSAD) - Years 3 & 5

from Item Analysis & Table 4

Focus Group: Girls Focus Area : Numeracy

* NB: When working in groups, this information for Years 3 and 5 All Students would put onto Worksheet 2.


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Focus Questions Directorate (EMSAD)

Year 3

Q 34 Language of chance, ‘best’, word problem

Q 19 Number pattern, ‘next’, adding 100 (off 100)

Q 4 Money, ‘total value’, word problem

Q 33 Sectioning, ‘cubes’ used in a different context, ‘divides’, ‘section’, word problem

Q 25 Money, ‘more’, addition of dollars and cents, word problem

Misconceptions

Q 28 Money, ‘largest number’, ‘bought’, word problem with picture

Q15 Number, subtraction, ‘difference’, word problem

Q6 Number, division, ‘group’, ‘share’, ‘each’, ‘how many’, word problem


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Addressing Areas of Focus Directorate (EMSAD)

Focus Area: Numeracy Focus Group: Girls

KLA:Mathematics Stages: 2 & 3

Educational Measurement and School Accountability Directorate (EMSAD)


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SMART - Teaching Strategies Directorate (EMSAD)

*Teaching Strategies are available from the DET website:

https://detwww.det.nsw.edu.au/directorates/schoimpro/EMD/naplan/pubs/Naplan08CL/index.htm


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SMART - Teaching Strategies Directorate (EMSAD)

*Teaching Strategies are available from the DET website:

https://detwww.det.nsw.edu.au/directorates/schoimpro/EMD/naplan/pubs/Naplan08CL/index.htm


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Programming implications Directorate (EMSAD)Numeracy for Years 3 & 5 GIRLS

  • Our results show:

  • Our Year 3 & 5 Girls are strong in identifying ¼ of a shaded shape and identifying lines of symmetry

  • Further skills development is needed specifically in Measurement, Space and Number for most substrands with a focus on working mathematically and word problems

Educational Measurement and School Accountability Directorate (EMSAD)


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Stage Plan Directorate (EMSAD)

These results of students’ achievement in numeracy are/are notconsistent with our in-school assessment results.

To improve the numeracy achievement of our students, the stage/ grade management plan needs to be amended to include strategies to support

all students

high achievers

low achievers

boys

girls

Indigenous

LBOTE

ESL.

These groups have/ have not been identified in the School Targets for 2009/2010.

Educational Measurement and School Accountability Directorate (EMSAD)


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Stages 2 - 3 programs Directorate (EMSAD)

  • The Girls’ results for numeracy indicated for these items are/are not consistent with our in-school assessment results.

  • The structure of our stage/faculty programs for numeracy need to be evaluated in relation to the following:

    • Number (Word problems - all operations)

       Space and Geometry, 3D

  • These areas of learning have/ have not been identified in the School Targets for 2009/2010.

  • Educational Measurement and School Accountability Directorate (EMSAD)


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    Syllabus Directorate (EMSAD) implementation

    • The Girls’ results related to syllabus outcomes for Mathematics are/are notconsistent with our in-school assessment results.

    • The content of our stage programs need to be evaluated in relation to the following Mathematics syllabus outcomes:

      Number NS 4.3 Operates with fractions decimals percentages ratio and rates

      Number NS 2.4 Add / subtract decimals

      Space and Geometry SGS 4.3 Properties of triangles and quadrilaterals

      Space and Geometry SGS 3.2b Measures constructs classify angles

      Working Mathematically 2.2, 3.2

    * NB: Y5 Focus, Stage 2/3

    Educational Measurement and School Accountability Directorate (EMSAD)


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    Workshop activity to follow using whole school data ie group called All Students

    Complete worksheets:

    Areas of Strength

    Areas of Focus and Addressing areas of focus

    Begin Worksheets:

    Programming Implications

    Stage/ Grade Plan and Programmes

    Syllabus Implementation/Outcomes to be addressed

    NB: Allow 10 mins for worksheets and 10 mins for discussion

    Educational Measurement and School Accountability Directorate (EMSAD)


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    AREAS OF STRENGTH group called – Year 3

    from item Analysis

    Local School: Numeracy

    Focus Group: All Students

    Educational Measurement and School Accountability Directorate (EMSAD)


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    AREAS OF STRENGTH group called – Year 5

    from Item Analysis

    Local School: Numeracy

    Focus Group: All Students

    Educational Measurement and School Accountability Directorate (EMSAD)


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    AREAS OF FOCUS group called - Years 3 & 5

    NumeracyAll Students

    from Item Analysis & Table 4


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    Addressing Areas of Focus group called

    Numeracy

    KLA:Mathematics Stage:3


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    Programming implications for group called Numeracy for Years 3 & 5

    • Our results show:

    • Our Year 3 & 5 are strong in recognising simple fractions eg ¼, identifying lines of symmetry and finding the perimeter of a shape

    • Further skills development is needed specifically in Space (3D), Data (graphs) and Number (word problems and patterns).

    Focus Group: All Students

    Educational Measurement and School Accountability Directorate (EMSAD)


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    Focus Student Groups, Stages 1 – 3 group called

    Numeracy

    • These overall results of students’ achievement are/are notconsistent with our in-school assessment results.

    • To improve the numeracy achievement of Yr X/ Stage X students, the stage/ grade management plan needs to be amended to include strategies to support

      all students

      high achievers

    • low achievers

      boys

      girls

      Indigenous

    • LBOTE

    • ESL.

    • These groups have/ have not been identified in the School Targets for 2009/2010.

    Educational Measurement and School Accountability Directorate (EMSAD)


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    Syllabus group called implementation

    • The students’ results related to syllabus outcomes are/are notconsistent with our in-school assessment results.

    • The content of our stage 2 and 3 programs need to be evaluated in relation to the following syllabus outcomes:

    • Number NS 4.3 Operates with fractions decimals percentages ratio and rates

    • Number NS 2.4 Add / subtract decimals

    • Space and Geometry SGS 4.3 Properties of triangles and quadrilaterals

    • Space and Geometry SGS 3.2b Measures constructs classify angles


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    Summary group called

    What have we done today?

    We have looked at 2 groups of interest for a school:

     Girls

     All Students

    We have celebrated areas of strength and investigated areas of focus.

    We have identified outcomes to be addressed and teaching strategies that may be of assistance.

    We have looked at implications for planning and programming at a school stage/grade level.


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    Summary group called

    Where do we go now?

    Back to school to find SMART and look at our data in the context of our school and our students

     We can consider whole school issues and resources

     We can reviewschool plans and revise stage/grade programs

     We will be informed for the future and positioned to deliver improved outcomes for our students

    Educational Measurement and School Accountability Directorate (EMSAD)


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    Thank you group called


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