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1 Accessing and U SING D ATA October, 2012 “ Empowering teachers, administrators, policy makers, and parents to increase student achievement. ” 1

2 SLDS Grant Overview Data Use DOE Data Library Longitudinal Reports P+ Student Level Instruction Hands On Scavenger Hunts Local Data Your Feedback / Next Steps Agenda 2

3 SLDS Grant Efforts…. 3 We will continue to improve and build upon what we have – so your input is valuable!! Create a Social Network (virtual community) Enhance P+ Tool (and other reporting systems) Streamline Data Submission Process Integration with Special Education database Integration of Foster and Juvenile Justice data Deliver P+ Training Assist with Local Evaluation Systems Develop Early Warning System Identify College Readiness Information

4 Professional Development & Support 1.Professional development is critical!!! 2.A social learning network could provide training and collaboration across the state. SLDS Grant -- The Evaluation of Effective Teachers Force of Effective Teaching 4 We are moving forward with professional development tools – to lead our implementations.

5 5 It’s all about the STUDENTS!!! Data Use

6 What Drives the Data Environment… 6 Data systems must be able to address multiple perspectives and multiple levels of competency: The teacher’s perspective, the administrator’s perspective, the specialist, the district, the policy maker, the researcher, reporting requirements, etc.

7 Note: Pictures are from clipart. i4see Data Collection Using Data 7 Collecting & Using Data Our efforts began with the collection of data with an end goal consistently focused on the use of data.

8 The breadth of data tools 8 Access Education Data from the DOE home page (view the library books icon on the left panel (www.education.nh.gov).

9 District profiles (public data) 9 District Profiles provide aggregate data available to the public.

10 Performance plus: Student Level Data 10 PerformancePLUS provides secure student level data to the teachers and educators.

11 Longitudinal reports 11 Longitudinal Reports provide easy access to predefined aggregate reports.

12 Data Collection and Reports 12 Aggregate spreadsheets of data available to the public.

13 NARS (Detailed NECAP Reports) 13 Secure student level NECAP data available to districts, maintained by Measured Progress.

14 “Growth model” 14 Based upon the Colorado Growth model, aggregate school level NECAP growth data.

15 A Closer Look Longitudinal Reports Performance PLUS 15 Finally, we will take a more detailed look at the Longitudinal aggregate reports and student level Performance PLUS system.

16 Longitudinal Reports You can scroll down the page to find a given school or district. 16

17 Predefined Reports There are five predefined reports for each school/district. 17

18 Grade Comparison Over Time How do the results of each grade compare to one another over time? 18

19 Compare Subgroups For example, how do students with an IEP compare to students without? 19

20 Cohort Comparison Current grade 7 Cohort history compared to Grade 7 cohort history for state. 20

21 A Closer Look – New P+ Reporting Engine Longitudinal Reports Performance PLUS 21 Longitudinal reports provide quick and easy access to extensive aggregate trends. PerformancePLUS provides detailed student level access to custom reports and detailed student learning.

22 Performance plus: Breadth and Depth 22 P+ Enables multiple assessments, creation of local assessments, detailed analysis of student progress, history over time, extensive student attributes (e.g. 21 st Century, CaTE, Attendance, College Enrollment, Assessments, SAT, course schedule, etc.).

23 How are districts using P+…. 1.Performance Tracker – Extensive Reports – Item Level Detail – Student History – Individual Learning Plans – RTI 23 2.Assessment Builder – State and National Assessments – Item Bank – Online Assessments – Mapping to Standards – Local Benchmark Assessments – CaTE and Survey Style Assessments 3.Curriculum Connector – Curriculum Bank – Curriculum Mapping – Connection from Map to Assessment to Reports Note: Tracker and AB are paid for by state. LEA can purchase CC. P+ provide three separate modules. It includes much more than data reports. A new reporting engine provide easier reporting access!!!

24 Drill Down Reports 24 Create dynamic report and drill down to the student level detail.

25 25 View student progress over years of instruction. Student Level Detail

26 Consider Results by Standard 26 View proficiency by standard across multiple assessments (e.g. NECAP and NWEA).

27 27 Consider Results by Item Understand what released items students are having difficulty completing.

28 Student Roster 28 Create a student roster for a teacher – to display multiple assessments and student growth data!

29 Any 2 Scatter Plot 29 Consider for example how students proficiency levels changed from 6 th to 7 th grade.

30 P+ Next Steps 30 There are items currently and progress and some potentials that are being considered. Moving Forward (sample of items) Promote new user interface (reporting tool) Push predefined reports to user’s home page Create training documents Develop Social Network Deploy regional and virtual training Hire Trainer(s) Include NWEA growth factor Implement ILP (Individual Learning Plan) Implement OLA (Online Assessments)

31 Contact us for Help 31 Mike Schwartz (general questions) (603) Cyndy Currier (i4see Submissions and P+ Training) (603) Irene Koffink (SLDS Grant) (603) Karen Soule (Educator Evaluations) (603) Lauren Heiter (Educator Evaluations) (603) We are here to help, so please reach out for support, and with questions.

32 32 Option 1 – Try the Longitudinal Reports Scavenger Hunt Option 3 – Try some reports with your District data ✓ On-line Activities Option 2 – Try the P+ Scavenger Hunt Option 4 – Try one of the other data tools (e.g. Growth Model) Give it a Try! We are Here to Help!! We want to take some time for you to ‘play-around’ and ask questions. Here are a few options.

33 SLDS Grant Overview Data Use DOE Data Library Longitudinal Reports P+ Student Level Instruction Hands On Scavenger Hunts Local Data Your Feedback / Next Steps Questions….(and Thanks!!!) 33


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