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1 Doris Piekarski Susan Doering Darcie Brady Chelsea Watson Or, Looking at Those Cards on The Wall

2 Agenda for the Session Norms Function and purpose of assessment Data walls Break Value to teachers and students Student reflection and goal setting Questions © Brady, Doering, & Piekarski 2009. Do not duplicate.

3 Southwest Middle’s Norms for Working with Data Stay engaged. Presume positive intentions. Put ideas on the table and pull them off. Accept people where they are in using data. Courageously speak your truth. Allow time to process. © Brady, Doering, & Piekarski 2009. Do not duplicate.

4 How do you feel about data? © Brady, Doering, & Piekarski 2009. Do not duplicate.

5 Where Do We Get All This Data? © Brady, Doering, & Piekarski 2009. Do not duplicate.

6 Assessment of Learning Summative: help us to determine the degree of mastery or proficiency in achievement targets End of Unit Tests Common Assessments Standardized Tests Performance Tasks Final Projects Final Exams Portfolios adapted from Understanding by Design Professional Development Workbook (c) Brady, Doering, & Piekarski 2009. Do not duplicate.

7 Assessment for Learning Diagnostic: Information about preferences and about current student knowledge and understanding, including misconceptions Pretests Interest inventories Learning style preferences Formative: Information that guides our teaching and guides student learning in order to improve both learning and performance Exit slips Homework Quizzes Verbal check for understanding adapted from Understanding by Design Professional Development Workbook (c) Brady, Doering, & Piekarski 2009. Do not duplicate.

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12 Data Wall Codes Services Received AYP Groups © Brady, Doering, & Piekarski 2009. Do not duplicate.

13 Examining Data Communication Arts Teachers Cross-Curricular Implications Students © Brady, Doering, & Piekarski 2009. Do not duplicate.

14 Why Protocols? What are protocols? Agreed upon guidelines Scaffold for collaborative culture Why use a protocol? Safe structure Equity and parity Space for listening Protection of a valuable resource (c) Brady, Doering, & Piekarski 2009. Do not duplicate.

15 Data Driven Dialogue Stopwatch © Brady, Doering, & Piekarski 2009. Do not duplicate.

16 Break Please join us again at 3:30 (c) Brady, Doering, & Piekarski 2009. Do not duplicate.

17 Welcome Back! (c) Brady, Doering, & Piekarski 2009. Do not duplicate.

18 Parking Lot What was the name of the book the norms came from? The Data Coach’s Guide by Nancy Love What exactly are “performance tasks” and “exit slips?” Performance Task– A task presented to a student which requires transfer of learning from the classroom to a real-life situation. Exit Slip– A quick way for a teacher to check for understanding after a lesson. (c) Brady, Doering, & Piekarski 2009. Do not duplicate.

19 Video Clips (c) Brady, Doering, & Piekarski 2009. Do not duplicate. Teaming Showing the wall to students Explaining cards to students Explaining to students how to move cards on the wall Explaining to students how to move cards on the wall Meeting with an individual student Meeting with an individual student

20 Value to Teachers Stoplight Highlight Protocol Mini-assessments Results Examining Student Work © Brady, Doering, & Piekarski 2009. Do not duplicate.

21 Value to Students Student Ownership I Can Folders Reading Writing Parent Awareness MAP Information GLE Spiral (c) Brady, Doering, & Piekarski 2009. Do not duplicate.

22 Pull-Out Groups Raw MAP Scores Average gain for all of 7 th grade was 9.4 points. Average gain for students in pull-out groups was 16.1 points. GLE Breakdown No targeted student showed a decrease. For R3B, student scores increased from 0% to 100%. For W2D, student scores increased from 17% to 83%. For w2E, student scores increased from 33% to 65%. © Brady, Doering, & Piekarski 2009. Do not duplicate.

23 Student Reflection and Goal Setting © Brady, Doering, & Piekarski 2009. Do not duplicate. I Can Folders Data Wall

24 Questions? Resources and templates can be found at http://www.pkwy.k12.mo.us/southwest/TeacherWebPages.cfm Scroll down for Mrs. Piekarski’s page (under Reading). Click on Data Wall. dpiekarski@pkwy.k12.mo.usdpiekarski@pkwy.k12.mo.usDoris Piekarski sdoering@pkwy.k12.mo.ussdoering@pkwy.k12.mo.usSusan Doering dbrady@pkwy.k12.mo.usdbrady@pkwy.k12.mo.usDarcie Brady cwatson@pkwy.k12.mo.uscwatson@pkwy.k12.mo.usChelsea Watson © Brady, Doering, & Piekarski 2009. Do not duplicate.


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