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April IRT Meeting

April IRT Meeting

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  1. April IRT Meeting April 11, 2014

  2. Announcements • Letterland –Volunteers Needed! • WAKE Up & Read • Sid the Science Kid

  3. Sid is coming to Raleigh! There will be a special school group presentation on May 9th at 10:30! Student tickets are $7.50 (2 teachers per class are free) This is a great show for K-3rd grade students! For reservations, contact Tiffany Malory- group@raleighconventioncenter.com

  4. Burning Questions • Read to Achieve • mCLASS • AIG • Case 21 • End of Year • Content Areas • Misc.

  5. What’s your Favorite Jelly Bean? • Choose your color: • Think about how it looks. • Consider the taste. • How does it make you feel? • What does your jellybean color say about you?

  6. Orange

  7. Youareavarietyof colors!

  8. The Time You Have in JellyBeans

  9. Learning Outcomes Today, IRTs will: • learn effective ways to prepare students for end of the year assessments • explore resources to help identify prioritized standards at each grade level to help make informed instructional decisions about pacing modifications and areas for targeted interventions • view EOG sample questions and activities as strategies for test preparation • investigate common errors made by students on 12-13 sample questions • explore resources available to support teachers and students for EOGs and EOY

  10. Sharing Ideas Today: • www.padlet.com/wall/IRTsGrade3 • www.padlet.com/wall/IRTsGrade4 • www.padlet.com/wall/IRTsGrade5

  11. Preparing for Assessments Remember that time preparing for assessments should not mean lost instructional time!

  12. I Choose “C” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dY2mRM4i6tY

  13. Specific Test Taking Skills • Highlighter use • Marking out answers • Dress in layers • Eat a good breakfast (not more than normal) • Read through all of the answer choices • Common mistakes will be answer choices • Use the graph paper & blank paper • The calculator active questions don’t generally require the use of a calculator

  14. Let’s Focus!

  15. Prioritization of Standards http://www.ncpublicschools.org/docs/acre/assessment/math.pdf

  16. 2013 EOG Goal Summaries % Correct

  17. 2013 EOG Goal Summaries % Correct

  18. 2013 EOG Goal Summaries % Correct

  19. Turn and Talk What do you notice?

  20. Break

  21. Questions to Consider • Where are the teachers RIGHT now? • How many instructional days are left? • Where will days be cut? • Where should the focus be for review & remediation?

  22. Resource #1: Goal Summaries

  23. Resource #2: Major Work of the Grade • Posted to CMAPP under the Resources tab at EVERY grade level • Identified by the writers of the CCSS-M • Used by DPI to identify major areas of focus

  24. Resource #3: Scope & Sequence Documents

  25. Resource #4: EOGs & Correlation to 5 Levels

  26. Group Work • Tables 1-7: Focus on Grade 3 • Tables 8-14: Focus on Grade 4 • Tables 15-21: Focus on Grade 5 • Extra Time: Think about Grades K-2

  27. Sharing Ideas: • www.padlet.com/wall/IRTsGrade3 • www.padlet.com/wall/IRTsGrade4 • www.padlet.com/wall/IRTsGrade5

  28. Questions to Consider • Where are the teachers RIGHT now? • How many instructional days are left? • Where will days be cut? • Where should the focus be for review & remediation?

  29. EOG Released Forms http://www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/testing/releasedforms

  30. Tables 1-7: Grade 4 Tables 8-14: Grade 5 Tables 15-21: Grade 3 EOG Released Forms • Scan through the document independently. • Identify problems that are worth sharing with the table. • More wrong answers than correct • Equal distribution • Biggest distractor (subtract instead of added) • Test-taking skill/strategy • Take a few moments to share problems as a table group. • Let’s explore a few that caught our attention!

  31. Grade 3 Examples

  32. Grade 3 Examples

  33. Grade 4 Examples

  34. Grade 4 Examples

  35. Grade 5 Examples

  36. Grade 5 Examples

  37. Lunch Testing Today

  38. Preparing for EOGs • How does your school prepare for EOGs? • Share some of the activities teachers in your building use for assessment review. • How does everyone handle the stress? • What is your role as IRT in helping?

  39. EOG Correlation to Case 21

  40. Available Resources • Menu of Review Activities for 3-5 • Post-EOG unit

  41. Final Versions 4/18/14! Available Resources

  42. Let’s Explore • EOY Units • EOG Review: Menu of Activities • Games that Build Fluency from DPI

  43. Stations – Rotation #1 All materials can be accessed from CMAPP

  44. Stations – Rotation #2