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Using Classroom Data to Monitor Student Progress. Lani Seikaly, Project Director School Improvement in Maryland Web Site . How do state standards change expectations for what happens in classrooms?. Focus on how well teachers taught Taught what they thought was important

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using classroom data to monitor student progress

Using Classroom Data to Monitor Student Progress

Lani Seikaly, Project Director

School Improvement in Maryland

Web Site

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before standards after standards
Focus on how well teachers taught

Taught what they thought was important

Different expectations for different groups of students

Students screened for higher level courses and activities

Focus on how well students learn

Teach specified content standards

The same expectations for all groups of students

All students have an opportunity for higher level courses and activities

Before StandardsAfter Standards
slide6
Do you know where your students are in relationship to the indicators you are responsible for teaching?
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How can we improve their performance if we don’t know where they are?How do we know that our instructional strategies are working if we don’t have this information?

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Can you tell me what kind of progress your students have made over the year? If so, what data did you use to determine progress?
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An annual state assessment program doesn’t provide the information that teachers need to make daily instructional decisions. A teacher needs much more information to diagnose individual student needs and make decisions about when and what to re-teach.

you use state assessment data
You use state assessment data
  • To decide where you need to focus your school improvement efforts
  • To see what kind of progress you are making across years
  • To disaggregate data to determine if all groups are making progress
  • To benchmark schools outperforming you
you use classroom data
You use classroom data
  • To monitor student progress
  • To inform instruction
  • To determine intervention strategies
  • To inform teacher staff development needs
we must ensure that teachers
We must ensure that teachers:
  • Know what to teach
  • Know what good student performance looks like
  • Know how to monitor student progress
  • Know what to do if students are not progressing
what do teachers need to monitor student progress
What do teachers need to monitor student progress?
  • They need to know how to collect appropriate data to track student progress and to diagnose strengths and weaknesses.
  • They need to know how to determine whether a student is making satisfactory progress.
  • They need monitoring tools that are directly related to content standards and the performance expectation of what students should be able to do.
the bottom line what information should teachers be able to provide
The bottom line ---- What information should teachers be able to provide?
  • What are your students learning?
  • What evidence do you have of this?
  • What are you planning to do about it?