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Senior Project: “Data Collection -- Student Survey and Judges’ Comments”. Hillgrove High School 2007-2008 February 6, 2008 Dennis Willis, SP Coordinator. Hillgrove HS SIP. STUDENT PERFORMANCE GOAL: Increase proficiency in the processing skills needed to present information on a topic

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senior project data collection student survey and judges comments

Senior Project:“Data Collection -- Student Survey and Judges’ Comments”

Hillgrove High School 2007-2008

February 6, 2008

Dennis Willis, SP Coordinator

hillgrove hs sip
Hillgrove HS SIP

STUDENT PERFORMANCE GOAL:

  • Increase proficiency in the processing skills needed to present information on a topic
    • Performance Indicator: Demonstration of Senior Project related skills
    • Benchmark: The SP will be completed by 90% of eligible seniors
statistics from the november 15 boards night4
Statistics from the November 15 Boards Night

161 eligible students in 6 classes

  • 157 students presented
  • 2 students presented at the make-up session
  • 2 students chose not to present to complete the project
sip goal comparison at mid year
SIP Goal Comparison at Mid-Year
  • 159/161 OR

98.7% of the eligible students completed the SP presentation

sip goal comparison at mid year6
SIP Goal Comparison at Mid-Year
  • AVERAGE SCORE for presentations:

86.9%

student survey
Student Survey
  • Students answered 23 questions about their experience with the Senior Project during the week following Boards Night
    • Their answers to most of these questions are shown on the next slides….
    • What, if any, is the significance of these answers?
    • How can we make the SP experience more closely what we envision it to be?
what do we envision what s our goal
What do we Envision? What’s our goal?

We are working with students to be excellent writers, oral communicators, organizers, impression-makers as well as world citizens.

We are teaching skills necessary for all students (grades 9-12) to be successful in these goals.

as we review these questions
As we review these questions,

Think about how we can make it BETTER!!!!!!!!!

slide20
I feel that the Senior Project helped improve my research/library skills.

Student Survey

slide23
I feel that the Senior Project helped improve my time-management skills.

Student Survey

slide27
I feel that the Senior Project helped to prepare me for what lies ahead (college or work or military).

Student Survey

activity for departments
Activity for Departments
  • Review these survey results (a copy is on the T-drive/Senior Project folder)
judges comments
Judges’ Comments
  • Review the Judges’ comments on the Hillgrove website Senior Project page (last entry on the page)
  • Senior English Teachers are reviewing with their students
  • Review some of the comments with your students and talk about them
tentative plan for april 21 and 22
Tentative Plan for April 21 and 22
  • Presentations in your classes on these dates (earlier dates so that feedback can be used more effectively)
    • Students won’t be dressed the same as the Boards Night presentations
    • Help them with timing (6, 8, 10 minute warnings)
  • Rate them, or at least give them some comments to help them
    • Students may rate or score them for your own classroom discussions
with your students
With your students…
  • Help them to think about…
    • “That will be me next year (or in 2 years)”
    • “I would have a hard time doing that”
    • “I can improve myself with practice”
    • “Hillgrove HS requires me to take these things seriously”
    • “How can I better apply myself to be ready for Senior Project?”
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