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  1. Tucker Creek Organizational Review October 20th, 2010 1st Nine Weeks

  2. Trend Data School Wide

  3. MATH Trend Data

  4. EVAAS TREND DATA All Schools

  5. READING TREND DATA

  6. EVAAS TREND DATA ALL Schools

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  8. Data collection time!!!!! • Get out your assessment sheets you brought with you • We are going to share at our tables using a Kagan structure • Round Table Write Robin • Starting with the first question on note cards you will start with the person whose first name is closest to “A” • Choose a recorder who will take pen/pencil/assessment sheet to record • Each person will share their #1 choice for each question • Once you have gone around once you move on to next question

  9. Reporting out Results! Choose a person from each team that can share results for your table team.

  10. Results from Organizational Review will be added and linked to your action plans. These results can drive new key strategies on your action plans.Everyone at TCM will also be sent via e-mail the power point.

  11. Reading & Writing reporting out results 1.What does the 9 weeks data (Class, Local Assessment, & AR/AM) tell me? Be specific for your classes. Answer for each of the following data points. • Class: Although no raise in scores show, classes are at or above expected level • Local: • AR Scores: Overall Tucker Creek doesn’t have 100% participation

  12. 2.What does the data not tell us? • Class: Whether or not the students are improving objectives on weaknesses from prior test. • Local: Same • AR Scores: Give enough information to compare

  13. 3.What else do you need to know to improve your classroom results? • Class: FF-Need to focus on student error report and conference with them. • 6th grade EOG object items do not correlate to 7th grade object items

  14. 4.What good news is here to celebrate? • Class: Working on a semester basis • Students did a good job on literal & concrete questions

  15. 5.What needs for school improvement might arise from this data? Work onmore abstract thinking skills. Need to correlate EOQ testing objectives. If exploratory had list of students not taking test could encourage them. Hold more accountable.

  16. 6.What are some things you will do differently? (Be specific how are you going to re teach some of the areas of weakness, etc.) • Class: Research ways to supplement current materials to teach Abstract thinking skills. • Local: Last year focus on program and get this year focus on student interventions. • AR Scores: Mandating student AR testing on books. Also having classes create interesting book list that encompasses all interests.

  17. 7.How can Exploratory teachers help me next 9 weeks with integration of some key areas of weakness? Always think of ways through incidental learning. Include inference & drawing conclusions to their curriculum compare and contrast.

  18. 8.What are best practices that you feel ensured success this 9 weeks? Having time to go over materials without feeling rushed. Prior knowledge from last year’s trial and error.

  19. Math Goal Team reporting out results 1.What does the 9 weeks data (Class, Local Assessment, & AR/AM) tell me? Be specific for your classes. Answer for each of the following data points. • Class: Success rate, Who is at risk PEP, Students not completing/turning in work, Students not studying, No effort into homework • Local: Subgroups, Only 1 or 2 objective, Objective # and how performed, Question they got right/not, Who has mastered 1st quarter. • AM Scores: High participation % correct law, Interventions/Objectives having problems, Objectives mastered, Student pace, Test accuracy.

  20. 2.What does the data not tell us? • Class: Grades due to lack of motivation/instruction, Disability, Difficulty of work, correlation w/EOG, 1st EOG a review of previous quarter years work. • Local: Time spent solving problems or guessed, Only one question for objectives does not tell mastery, Mood of child, Children tired of being tested. • AM Scores: Calculator use, how much help they are getting, Thought process/how solving problems.

  21. 3.What else do you need to know to improve your classroom results? • Class: How to motivate the unmotivated, Students understand the importance of math, Learning styles. • Local: Who is actually going through problem solving process, What skills are tested most know ahead of time. % • AM Scores: Attach a grade to AM, Can use test average final, 20% or less of final nine week grade, Auto print test

  22. 4.What good news is here to celebrate? • Class: Engrade, More A’s, HR & PL • Local: 7th Inclusion did Great! 8th 504 did Great • AM Scores: 100% participation, Those take seriously are retaining.

  23. 5. What needs for school improvement might arise from this data? Parental support, Parent contract about expectations, Student contract about expectations.

  24. 6.What are some things you will do differently? (Be specific how are you going to re teach some of the areas of weakness, etc.) • Class: Weekly essentials word problem at beginning of class, Combine skills/revisited, Connections among skills. • Local: More emphasis on multi-step problem • AM Scores: Set goals, Monitor practice better.

  25. 7. How can Exploratory teachers help me next 9 weeks with integration of some key areas of weakness? Integrate fractions, decimals, and percents.

  26. 8.What are best practices that you feel ensured success this 9 weeks? Followed pacing guide, Students working in teams, incorporate vocabulary, Warm up problem to reinforce skills, Math XL, Set aside time for AM, Engrade.

  27. Science reporting out results 1.What does 9 weeks data (Class, Local Assessment, & AR/AM) tell me? Be specific for your classes. Answer for each of the following data points. • Class: 19% of Mr. Glass’ students scored below an 80 % for class grade (15/80) • 7 of the 15 scored below the school average on the EOQ. • Local: School average 65 on EOQ • 38% of Eagles scored below the school average • Also shows areas of weakness for each student-all of 8th grade avg. correct • Ice cores 35% • Age of earth (scientific notation) 43% • Magnetic minerals-seafloor spreading 46% • Common ancestors 45% • Unconformities 47% • Intrusions 47% • Ground truthing 24% • Reflective curves 49% • Urban sprawl 49% • Runoff 46% • AR Scores: • Glass’ homeroom • 29% below 80% on achieving AR goals • Did not see correlation between AR & EOQ scores • 4 out of 8 who scored low on AR also scored below school average on EOQ

  28. 2.What does the data not tell us? • Class: Data does show where weaknesses are. • Local: Doesn’t tell us if the student was having a bad day or just didn’t try. • AR Scores: Doesn’t tell us if the students are progressing.

  29. 3.What else do you need to know to improve your classroom results? • Class: • Local: Need to know that answers in the key are correct. • 2 of the questions on the EOQ key were incorrect. • AR Scores: Nothing

  30. 4.What good news is here to celebrate? • Class: 81% in Mr. Glass’ class scored 80% or better. • Local: 62% of Eagles scored above the school average • AR Scores: 71% of Mr. Glass’ homeroom scored above 80%

  31. 5.What needs for school improvement might arise from this data? • More collaboration between grade levels and remediation

  32. 6.What are some things you will do differently? (Be specific how are you going to re teach some of the areas of weakness, etc.) • Class & Local: Review areas of weakness with review book. • AR Scores: Post more results on wall.

  33. 7.How can Exploratory teachers help me next 9 weeks with integration of some key areas of weakness? • Art-Could do a project that tie into science. • Keyboarding-Learn to make and read graphs on the computer.

  34. 8.What are best practices that you feel ensured success this 9 weeks? • Provide a positive learning environment.