MAP: Building-wide Systems for Effective Data Use. A Focus on System Assessment A tool for school leaders. Agenda. Review different types of assessment and purpose MAP as one tool for school leadership and planning MAP as one tool to use with teachers to inform their instruction.
A Focus on System Assessment
A tool for school leaders
Inclusion: Reflect on the following question and be prepared to share your thoughts with a neighbor.
Which of the RTI² questions is answered by the use of the MAP?
Need to address:
End of Unit Tests
Summative Assessments: evaluate whether the instruction or intervention provided is powerful enough to help all students achieve or exceed grade-level standards by the end of each year. Represents mastery or culmination.
Universal Screener/Benchmarking and Progress monitoring: Brief and targeted assessments, focused on “indicators” of broad skill domains. Assessment of Learning
General Outcome Measures
Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down
Formative: Brief, targeted, and frequent measures of progress toward short-term goals. Used as feedback for refining instruction/learning. Assessment for Learning
Diagnostic: inform instructional planning in order to meet the most critical needs of individual students
Analyzing group data over time to inform long term planning
-example: MMSD benchmarks
Click for List of students
Grade by subject
With a partner
RIT Reports and DesCartes
The Class Breakdown by Overall RIT Report provides a visual representation of the academic diversity in performance of a class in Reading, Language Usage, Mathematics.
The power of assessment results is not in the numbers - it is what you do with the information.
By student groups and goal.
It is designed to help you translate the raw data from your students' assessments into actionable plans for instruction, grouping and more.