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Grade level meetings October 13, 2011. Grade 8. Why are we looking at ela data?. literacy is the foundation for learning. We are using ELA data to learn about the process of forming/implementing data teams.

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literacy is the foundation for learning
literacy is the foundation for learning
  • We are using ELA data to learn about the process of forming/implementing data teams.
  • First, we looked at trend data to practice writing conclusion statements and ask questions. Why?
  • Today:
  • We will examine the ELA gap analysis at each grade level.
  • Where are the gaps?
  • If we closed any of these gaps, which one would most benefit my class?
  • Each grade level will choose one literacy goal.
  • What strategies can we use to address this gap? (brainstorm ideas for data team)
data team meeting october 27
Data team meeting October 27
  • Look at the goal identified at each grade level.
  • Narrow the focus and choose specific teaching strategies to implement.
  • Prepare strategies for the next grade level meeting on 11/17.
  • Next Steps:
  • 11/17: Staff development on the specific teaching strategies, discussion about how to implement the strategies in classrooms
  • 11/17-12/8: Teachers implement strategies in the classrooms
  • 12/8: grade level meetings to share student work, review, revise, repeat
small group discussion
Small group discussion
  • Consider the data from the perspective of your classroom.
  • What conclusion statements impact your curriculum?
  • In your group, choose one statement for focus.
  • Conclusion Statements:
  • The grade 8 success rate was 35.5% for determining the meaning of unfamiliar words by using context clues, a dictionary, a glossary and structure.
  • There was a -8.1% gap compared to Erie 1 BOCES for recalling significant ideas and details and the relationships between and among them.
  • The largest gaps compared to Erie 1 BOCES are in the area of Information/Understanding.
large group discussion
Large group discussion
  • What is the one conclusion statement that could have the most impact on student achievement?
  • Notes:
  • The groups discussed the data and considered each content area. It was decided to focus on the area of information and understanding, with our first conclusion statement:
  • The grade 8 success rate was 35.5% for determining the meaning of unfamiliar words by using context clues, a dictionary, a glossary and structure.
  • Goal: By the end of the school year our students will move from a 35.5% success rate to 65% success rate as measured bythe NYS ELA assessment in grade 8.
  • Strategies: Teachers should consider strategies to discuss at the next meeting.
  • Data Team will prepare more conclusion statements for our goal and administrators will present teaching strategies related to the goal.
concluding thoughts and new business
Concluding thoughts and new business
  • Next meeting on 11/17/11
  • Strategy Staff Development
  • New Business
  • Notes:
  • Data Team meets in room 206 on 10/27. New members are welcome to come and help with the teaching strategies.