Presentation on theme: "Understanding Individual Student WESTEST 2 Growth & Achievement Report Office of Assessment and Accountability."— Presentation transcript:
Understanding Individual Student WESTEST 2 Growth & Achievement Report Office of Assessment and Accountability
Hello. It’s nice to meet you. Hello, Growth Report Meet the Student Growth and Achievement Report
Novice Partial Mastery Mastery Name of Student Name of School Interpretation Guide Suggested Uses Growth and Achievement for Math Growth and Achievement for R/LA
Novice Partial Mastery Mastery Legend for Math Legend for R/LA Scale Scores for Math Scale Scores for R/LA Grade Level and School Year Student Achievement Levels WESTEST 2 Achievement Levels
Novice Partial Mastery Mastery GrowthLevels GrowthPercentiles The colored arrows between the dots represent growth from one grade to the next. The color of the arrow signifies the level of growth. High growth is indicated in green, typical growth in white, and low growth in red. The fan represents how the student might score next year under several growth scenarios.
How much growth? Growth Percentile – 1% to 99% 66%-99% = High Growth = Green Arrow - Good surprise - the student exceeded what was expected 35%-65% = Typical Growth = White Arrow - Statistical expectation - the student grew as expected 1%-34% = Low Growth = Red Arrow - Bad surprise – The student grew less than was expected
Is it enough growth? Will a student be proficient next year? Determined at only one grade level at a time Depends on the achievement level where the student was at a particular grade level The fan can help us understand potential stories for a given student What level of growth is required for a student who is proficient to keep up with proficiency next year? What level of growth is required for a student who is not proficient to catch up to proficiency next year? What level of growth for any student, would cause a student to fall or stay below proficiency next year?