Data Analysis for Instructional Practice. Learning Targets for Session. Identify Strategies to monitor individual student progress Identify Strategies to use data to inform instruction Identify Strategies to use data to promote individual student growth
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On the piece of paper provided:
Community information such as urban, rural, suburban
Daily Attendance Rates
Drop Out Rates
WKCENAEP (Smarter Balance)
Physical performance (playing an instrument, fitness activities)
Deals with numbers.
Data which can be measured.
Length, height, area, volume, weight,
Speed, time, temperature, humidity,
sound levels, cost, members, ages, etc.
Quantitative → Quantity
8th Grade Class
154 girls, 128 boys
68% on honor roll
150 students accelerated in math
Deals with descriptions.
Data can be observed but not measured.
Colors, textures, smells, tastes, appearance,
Qualitative → Quality
8th Grade Class
positive school spirit
your students are currently performing (pretest)
Use best practices around instruction and assessment
Establish Criteria for how you will know they learned it and your assessment plan both formative and summative
Establish Learning Targets
Possible Evaluation Reteach if necessary
Assessment can be projects, presentations, written, oral, products, etc.
Design and implement Instruction
Provide Feedback to Students