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WESTEST 2 School Reports. WESTEST 2 SCHOOL REPORTS. WESTEST 2 school reports are used to make programmatic level decisions Use other data and information to make programmatic decisions as well Acuity Benchmarks Writing Roadmap 2. Delivery Model.

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Westest 2 school reports
WESTEST 2 School Reports


Westest 2 school reports1
WESTEST 2 SCHOOL REPORTS

  • WESTEST 2 school reports are used to make programmatic level decisions

  • Use other data and information to make programmatic decisions as well

    • Acuity Benchmarks

    • Writing Roadmap 2


Delivery model
Delivery Model

  • It is recommended that School Leadership Teams and Grade Level/Content Collaborative Teams review and act on summative assessment results.

    • WESTEST 2 reports are confidential data because the reports include all students tested in the school

    • All teachers can view, study and use grade-level data


Systematic use of data
Systematic Use of Data

Researchers have consistently found that it is more effective to use systematic methods of data delivery/review with teachers and to develop systematic methods for using data in order to promote increased student achievement and learning (Berhnardt; 2009; Harrison & Bryan, 2008; Means, Padilla, DeBarger, & Bakia, 2009; Walser, 2009; Wohlstetter, Datnow, & Park, 2008; Weinstock, 2009).


Critical questions
Critical Questions

  • What do we want students to learn?

  • How will we know if students have learned it?

  • What will we do if they don’t learn?

  • What will we do if they do learn?


We want students to learn csos
We want students to learn CSOs

  • WESTEST 2 measures each standard per content area, but not each objective

    • R/LA measures 71% of the objectives per grade level

    • Math measures 86% of the objectives per grade level

    • Science measures 78% of the objectives per grade level

    • Social Studies measures 80% of the objectives per grade level

      There are two forms with different objectives measured on each form.


How will we know if students have learned it
How will we know if students have learned it?

  • Two school reports go to the County Test Coordinator for release to school principals

    • Confidential Summary Report (CSR)

    • Confidential Item Analysis Summary (CIAS)


What do you look for in this westest 2 report
What do you look for in this WESTEST 2 report?

Confidential Summary Report

(1) *Subgroup Performance:

  • Using Grade Level Mastery Data, review subgroup performance:

    • % of students At or Above Mastery by subgroup

      Which subgroup(s) in this grade level and for this content area need additional time and support?

      *Repeat for each tested grade level in the school


What do you look for in this westest 2 report1
What do you look for in this WESTEST 2 report?

Confidential Summary Report

(2) *Content Standard Performance

  • Review grade level mastery of the content standards:

    • % of students At or Above Mastery by standard

      Which standards require extra time and attention?

      *Repeat for each tested grade level in the school


Reflection
Reflection

  • Here’s What…

  • What do the data appear to be telling you? What patterns do you see?

  • So What?...

  • What are the possible reasons or explanations for the data?

  • Now What?...

  • How will your leadership team use these findings to establish school SMART Goals?

  • (StrategicMeasurableAttainableResults orientedTime-bound)


Westest 2 school reports

School SMART Goals

  • Directions:

  • Working in teams, discuss the data from the CSR reports using the reflection questions as your guide. Develop SMART goals for “your” school.

  • (StrategicMeasurableAttainableResults orientedTime-bound)




Safe harbor provision
Safe Harbor Provision

“If any student subgroups do not meet the state annual measurable objectives, the public school or LEA may be considered to have met AYP if the percent of students in the non-proficient subgroup:

  • Decreased by 10% on the reading/language arts and mathematics indicators from the preceding school year, and

  • Made progress on one or more of the other indicators, or is at/above the target goal for that indicator, and

  • Attained a 95% participation rate.


What do you look for in this westest 2 report2
What do you look for in this WESTEST 2 report?

Confidential Item Analysis Summary (CIAS):

Subgroup Performance on Content Standards

(Grade level and/or content collaborative teams use this report to gather more specific data for each subgroup.)

  • For subgroups identified on the CSR as needing additional time and support, compare School and County Mean Percent Correct for each standard.

  • Identify the standards that fall below the County Mean Percent Correct as target areas for identified subgroup(s).


How do you use the information
How do you use the information ?

  • Confidential Item Analysis Summary (CIAS):

    Subgroup Performance on Content Standards

    (Grade level and/or content collaborative teams use this report to gather more specific data for each subgroup.)

    - Collaborative teams review the complete set of objectives for the identified standards

    - Plan their instructional cycle to include extra time and support for identified subgroup(s). West Virginia CSOs may be found on the *TEACH 21 site

    - Teams monitor progress toward school SMART Goals using periodic school-based and district-wide benchmark assessments.

    *Teach 21 http://wveis.k12.wv.us/Teach21/public/cso/cso.cfm


Reflection1
Reflection

  • Here’s What…

  • What do the data appear to be telling you? What patterns have emerged among subgroups?

  • So What?...

  • What are the possible reasons or explanations for subgroup performance on a particular standard?

  • Now What?...

  • How will the collaborative teams use these and other data to establish grade level/content course SMART Goals?

  • (StrategicMeasurableAttainableResults orientedTime-bound)


Data based decisions
Data Based Decisions

Summative Assessment Data are used to make district level decisions

Summative & Periodic Benchmark Data are used to make school level decisions

Benchmark & Common Assessment Data are used to make team level decisions


Where do we go next
Where do we go next?

  • Leadership Team uses summative data to set school-level goals by content area

    • Bring School SMART goals to collaborative teams

    • Build into strategic plan

  • Collaborative Teams use data to establish grade level/content SMART goals to align with School SMART goals

    • Monitor progress and adjust focus as students progress

    • Avoid “drill and kill” on the weaknesses targeted on WESTEST 2 results – use all data sets available


Westest 2 school reports

Other WESTEST 2 Reports

  • Confidential Roster Report

  • Provides student scores by grade level

  • Student Report

  • Provides individual student data


Lexiles and quantiles
Lexiles and Quantiles

  • Lexile Information

    • http://www.lexile.com/findabook/

  • Quantile information

    • http://www.quantiles.com/principals-educators/index.aspx

    • http://www.quantiles.com/mathathome


Acuity benchmark assessments
Acuity Benchmark Assessments

  • All schools on improvement will give the Acuity benchmarks

  • Recommended dates:

    • Benchmark 1: October 19 - November 6

    • Benchmark 2: December 14 - January 15

    • Benchmark 3: March 1 -March 31

  • Rostering is done via WVEIS

    • Student information will be updated bi-monthly


Acuity benchmarks con t
Acuity Benchmarks (con’t.)

  • User name and passwords are the same as last year

  • Any school administrator can log into and view teacher accounts, reset passwords and create new student accounts

  • For additional information go to http://wvde.state.wv.us/oaa/acuity.php


Writing roadmap
Writing Roadmap

  • Schools on improvement should be giving Writing Roadmap 2 to students

  • http://wvde.state.wv.us/oaa/writing/wa_wr2_index.html


Strategic plan
Strategic Plan

  • What will we do if they don’t learn?

  • What will we do if they do learn?


Strategic plan review
Strategic Plan Review

  • Review Data

  • Refine Goals

  • Rewrite Objectives

  • Add Action Steps

  • Revise Professional Development Plan



Contact information
Contact Information

  • Karen Davies

    • kdavies@access.k12.wv.us

  • Erin Sullivan

    • esullivan@access.k12.wv.us