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Analysis and Evaluation of Student Data. Debbie Meadows, CSUB EDCI 560 Proficiencies 2.9, 2.10. Assessment is: Gathering, Quantifying, or Describing DATA. Evaluation is: Analyzing Judging Quality or Merit of DATA. Assessment and Evaluation. Benefits.

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analysis and evaluation of student data

Analysis and Evaluationof Student Data

Debbie Meadows, CSUB

EDCI 560 Proficiencies 2.9, 2.10

assessment and evaluation
Assessment is:

Gathering,

Quantifying, or

Describing

DATA

Evaluation is:

Analyzing

Judging

Quality or Merit of

DATA

Assessment and Evaluation
benefits
Benefits
  • Determine Effectiveness of Instruction
    • Continue or Modify Plans
  • Student Feedback
  • Level of Student Achievement
  • Quality or Merit of Teacher or Student Work
  • Increase Efficiency of Program
types of assessment
Teacher Directed

Objective

Subjective

Test

Quizzes

Essay

Student Directed

Authentic

Performance-Based

Rubric

Checklist

Project

Portfolio

Types of Assessment
assessment what and how
Assessment—What and How?
  • State Standards and Learning Objectives
  • Plan the Assessment as you plan the lesson
  • Assess only what you have taught
  • Create an Assessment that enables your students to “Show What they Know”
  • Content versus Design
technology for assessing student learning
Rubrics

Checklists

Tests

Projects

Presentations

Portfolios

Task Cards

Grade Books

Spreadsheets

Graphs

Graphic Organizers

Technology ForAssessing Student Learning
rubrics
Analytic

Assesses components defined by specific criteria.

Example: Rubric for writing

http://www.ade.state.az.us/stbl/6traits/6traits.pdf

Holistic

Evaluates the entire project as a whole

Example:

Rubric for writing http://208.183.128.8/read/rubric/1st.htm

Rubrics
task cards checklists rubrics
Task Cards,Checklists, Rubrics
  • http://www.onlineeducator.info/MAED/CSUBCoursework/EDCI604Gifted-Project.pdf
  • http://www.onlineeducator.info/MAED/CSUBCoursework/EDCI604ELL-Project.pdf
  • http://www.onlineeducator.info/MAED/CSUBCoursework/EDCI572-Project.pdf
ideas for technology use
Ideas for Technology Use
  • PowerPoint Presentation or Portfolio
  • Video of Presentation/Group Activities
  • Word Processed Report
  • Inspiration Graphic/Concept Map
  • Treasure Hunt or Web Quest
  • Excel Graphing
  • And many, many others
2 9 computer for data analysis
2.9—Computer for Data Analysis
  • Use Assessment Tools to evaluate Student Learning from these:
    • Create Charts and Reports from Spreadsheets (grade books)
    • Data from State and Local Standardized Test Results
2 10 computer for assessing learning and feedback
2.10 Computer for Assessing Learning and Feedback
  • Electronic Portfolios
  • Report Cards and Progress Reports
  • Video records of performances and projects
  • Digital Pictures of activities such as Science Fair
  • Student Presentations—PowerPoint, Kid Pix
always reflect
Always Reflect
  • Was the lesson successful?
  • Were the standards and objectives met?
  • Was the technology suitable, helpful?
  • Was the assessment appropriate?
  • Were the students able to demonstrate their learning?
resources
Resources
  • Online Quiz Generator: http://www.quizlab.com/
  • Printable Checklists

http://www.4teachers.org/projectbased/checklist.shtml

  • Rubric Development

http://edweb.sdsu.edu/triton/july/rubrics/Rubric_Guidelines.html

more resources
More Resources 
  • Rubistar
    • http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php
  • Rubrics Generator
    • http://www.teach-nology.com/web_tools/rubrics/
  • Uses for Inspiration/Kidspiration
    • http://www.uwstout.edu/soe/profdev/conceptmap/50uses.html
even more resources
Even More Resources  
  • Excel Ideas for the Classroom

http://www.lakelandschools.org/EDTECH/BootCamp/excelclass.htm

http://www.forsyth.k12.ga.us/kadkins/spreadsheet.htm

  • Word, PowerPoint and Excel

http://www.canyonisd.net/technology/techprof/project%20brainstorming.pdf

new resource for the course
New Resource for the Course
  • Using Technology in the Classroom

http://www.fort-mill.k12.sc.us/dotech/techplan/Pages/TeachStandards/SECTI/toc.htm

  • 170 Ideas and Resources for Teachers

http://www.ael.org/rtec/ideas.htm

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