Presentation on theme: "Task Design and Results. Understand why the county developed ELA tasks in grades 3,7, and 10 Learn the steps or questions used in designing extended."— Presentation transcript:
Task Design and Results
Understand why the county developed ELA tasks in grades 3,7, and 10 Learn the steps or questions used in designing extended response tasks Learn about the results from the three assessments Consider the implications of the results
Why give a countywide extended response task ◦ Driven by the requests by county superintendents To know what professional learning we need To know what student supports are needed
Design blueprint questions ◦ What will tasks using this design pattern assess? ◦ What assessment standards are appropriate? ◦ What knowledge, skills, or other attributes will be assessed? ◦ What tasks should elicit those behaviors? ◦ What will students do to reveal the knowledge, skills, or attributes we are assessing? What will students create? How will we observe their products? How will products be scored?
Take a look at one of the 3 countywide tasks and discuss with your neighbor… Did the countywide task meet the design requirements?
See handout ELA Extended Response Task
Red indicates greater participation
Grade 3 Grade 7 Grade 10 25 th 50 th 75th
Percentage of 3 rd Grade Students at Each Score Point
Percentage of 7 th Grade Students at Each Score Point
Percentage of 10 th Grade Students at Each Score Point
EL Average Performance Comparison Across Tasks
SPED Performance Comparisons Across Tasks
See handout ELA Performance Task Project
Pick a few results from the two handouts, what stands out in terms of regional, grade-level, EL/SPED, or classroom performance? Think about what is needed in terms of professional learning and student supports and make 2 suggestions