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assessment measurement and effectiveness results

Assessment, Measurement, and Effectiveness Results

Assessing, aligning, and improving student learning and

operation performance


To determine the importance, size, or value of……

types of assessment relating to schools
Types of assessment relating to schools
  • Formative assessment—determine whatknowledge/skills a student possesses for the purpose of formulating instruction to suit the needs of the student
  • Summative assessment—determine what knowledge/skills a student possesses in terms of determining what progress has been made by the student. Summative assessment most often involves the assigning of a grade
forms of assessment
Forms of Assessment
  • Teacher observation of student performance (e.g. Pre-K teacher observing motor skills of a child at play or high school teacher observing a student working an algebra equation at his desk)
  • Homework problems
  • Written work
  • Quizzes
  • Tests
wpsb established indicators and expectations pupil progression plan
WPSB established indicators and expectations—Pupil Progression Plan
  • 68% mastery in reading and math for K-3 students
  • 68% mastery in reading, math, and English plus a combined 68% in science/social studies for students in grades 4-8
  • 23 or 26 Carnegie units for graduation
  • Pass LEAP/GEE
our pupil progression plan also includes
Our Pupil Progression Plan also includes..
  • Minimum of 9 grades taken each nine weeks in order to establish a grade in a subject
  • Use of iLEAP scores as part of nine-week grade
  • Established parish grading scale
    • 93-100 % = A
    • 85-92% = B
    • 77-84 = C
    • 68-76% = D
    • 0-67% = F
comprehensive assessment system
Comprehensive Assessment System
  • Grades K-2 (IOWA), 3, 5, 6, 7, and 9—iLEAP
  • Grades 4 and 8—LEAP (criterion-reference test)
  • Grades 10-11—Louisiana Exit Tests
  • K-3—Dibels (a test that is given 3 times yearly to assess reading skills)
  • School-Improvement Plan—collates virtually all assessment data over a five-year period
use of assessment data
Use of Assessment Data
  • iLEAP and LEAP results are analyzed to determine areas of strength and weaknesses of instruction. Daily instructional focuses are formulated.
  • DIBELS results reveal “at risk” or “some risk” students. Daily small-group instruction is provided for such students.
  • School-improvement plan data is used to formulate a comprehensive needs assessment report with resulting school goals and objectives.
  • Student data folders are used to chart student growth and reveal student weaknesses.
  • Eighth-grade planning night provides an opportunity for teachers and parents to analyze individual student data for formulating high-school curriculum goals.
communicating assessment results
Communicating Assessment Results
  • Monthly school newsletters
  • School Report Card (Principal/Parent)
  • Press releases concerning school performance are provided to the local newspaper
  • District Accountability Report Card
  • Louisiana Superintendent’s Diagnostic Report
  • WPSB maintains an up-to-date website.