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Presented by: Dan Henderson – NWEA Jeff McQuistan – ESU 17 Amy Hill – ESU 1 Carol Jessen – ESU 8.

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1 Presented by: Dan Henderson – NWEA Jeff McQuistan – ESU 17 Amy Hill – ESU 1 Carol Jessen – ESU 8

2 Partnership Based On MISSION NWEA Mission: “Partnering to Help All Kids Learn” ESU 1 – “modeling excellence by helping schools increase educator’s effectiveness and student learning….” ESU 8 – “provide educational leadership and services that improve teaching and learning through quality partnerships…” ESU 17 – “partnering with its schools by providing support and resources to enhance teaching and learning.” Our agencies Share a Common Mission

3 About NWEA NWEA ™ is a global not-for-profit educational services organization based in Portland, Oregon. We partner with educational organizations worldwide to provide computer-adaptive assessments, professional development, and research services. We are passionate about our mission: Partnering to help all kids learn ®. School Districts: nearly 1/3 of American districts use MAP All 50 States 5 million students take MAP Assessments annually 300+ Partners in 117 countries

4 MAP Assessment in Nebraska In 2007, 28 school districts Today: 180 Partner Schools/Districts Assess 88,000 students Close to 30% of Nebraska students Items Aligned to Nebraska Standards & Benchmarks Cut Pt. Alignment with NeSA Approved for NRT reporting Active NWEA Member Group (meets twice a year)

5 What is the MAP Assessment? “Measures of Academic Progress” (MAP) Computer Adaptive Assessments (reading, math, language & science) Gives an “instructional level” score (RIT Score) Uses for: Instructional Decision-making Monitor Academic Growth Setting Goals Engaging Students Differentiated Instruction

6 Partnerships Started Presented MAP Intro Session to ESU 1, 8, 17 Most schools adopted MAP assessments in 2009 Formed “Fiscal Agent” Consortia with each ESU Benefit to small schools Bill the ESU for testing services Allows NWEA to treat them as a district Savings on Professional Development ESUs providing local support

7 Sustaining The Work Professional Development “Foundation Series” Stepping Stones To Using Data MAP Academy Climbing the Data Ladder Growth & Goals Regional Meetings Twice a year (fall and late winter) at 5 locations Consultation and Continuing Partnership Dan Henderson & Susan Klassen are Nebraska Partner Relations team

8 Impact on Student Performance School Examples Student Goal Setting Engagement and Motivation Instruction Reporting and Sharing

9 Individual Student Goal Cards

10 Winter 2012 Reflection: What did I do well? Next window I want to…

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14 Engaging Students in the Assessment Process: How did we get our students on board? All students in grades 3-11 were taught about MAP tests and how to interpret their results Kids in grades 3-8 participate in student-led conferences. They were each in charge of explaining their testing results to their parents. THEY DID GREAT!!! DATA CARDS

15 The Data Card

16 Individual Student Note Card Brynn Comprehension: -large print in a note -purpose of a valentine -facts/opinions -matches topic to a group of books -predicts the next event -main idea of a poem -Setting -Interprets a smile -infers a conclusion to an informational passage -Cause/effect -matches simple sentence to a picture -genre for a story (fairy tale, nursery rhyme, thank you letter, fiction, nonfiction, -table of contents -locates an onomatopoeia -recognizes a list Concept of Print -ABC order -# of words in sentence -Exit sign, no bikes allowed Writing- -Error in proper nouns, periods, spelling -Day of the week, month abbreviations -Spells-star, plant, down, wish, skip, always, very, his, storm, little, right, your, because, clip -Quotes -Commas -Letter writing -Select the correct sentence -Past tense verbs -adverbs, pronouns, adjectives, conjunctions -Select action words -exclamatory sentences, interrogative sentences -Editing symbols for misspelled words Vocabulary and Word Structure- -Matches a definition of a word in a sentence -Identify common root words -Contractions -Compound Words -Identifies a flashlight, glue -Inferences a word based on a picture and in a sentence -Sight words-down, were, buy, has, help, loves, find, saw, said, again, give, gave know, that, on, gave, after, had, any, from, her, here, laugh, together, carry, each -Opposites (day, -Synonyms – sleepy, father, laugh, big, little, happy-Antonyms -homophones (chews, cast, two, know, right, Phonics -blends-fr, gl, qu,l, r, n, v, j, tw, sh, sl, sn, cl, br, ch, cr, sk, pl, dr, cl, d, str -Ending sounds-mp, s, ing, uck, ell, ink, ock -Rhymes-ink, ash, ot, ed, oy, ake, lock, oom -Syllables- -Changing vowel sounds in CVC words -Matching CVC to pictures -R control-or, er Phonological Awareness- -Blend 4 sounds (pond, happy, tent, ) -Blend 3 sounds (mop, rain, -Blend 5 sounds (plant, -Blend onset and rime to create word (chimp) - Identifies a word when given its syllable parts -Digraphs -Ending sound-all, ks,ar, long o, u, a (matching pictures_ -Beg, sounds – l, k, d, g, a, I (match pictures) -CVVC -Delete ending or beg. sounds to create new word -Rhyming (and, ell, ing, ar, at, ail, ake, est, amp, ed, ig, ab, ot, ug

17 Data Used: 50% and 25% probability

18 Phonological Awareness- -Blend 4 sounds (pond, happy, tent) -Blend 3 sounds (mop, rain) -Blend 5 sounds (plant) -Blend onset and rime to create word (chimp) -Identifies a word when given itssyllable parts -Digraphs -Ending sound-all, ks,ar, long o, u, a (matching pictures) -Beg. sounds – l, k, d, g, a, I (match pictures) -CVVC -Delete ending or beg. sounds to create new word -Rhyming (and, ell, ing, ar, at, ail, ake, est, amp, ed, ig, ab, ot, ug)

19 Kindergarten Results School Year Reading Every student above grade level-MAP Spring Math All but two students above grade level-MAP Spring School Year Reading 16/18 above grade level-MAP winter Math 16/18 above grade level-MAP winter

20 ESU 1 Virtual Training Library Videos: Student Goal Setting Instructional Tutorials

21 Math My MATH goal for the year is: Three things I can do to work on my goal this year are:

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24 Impact on ESU Agency Focus Level of school participation—nearly 100% Agency Improvement Ongoing Professional Development Opportunities Focus of ESU Meetings with School Administrators: data is now a standing agenda item

25 Future Partnering Opportunities Certified Trainer Program Transfer “MAP Foundation Series” workshops to ESUs Provide unlimited delivery of 3 workshops to MAP schools Formative Assessment Processes & Tools Skills Pointer – diagnostic tool “Keeping Learning on Track” - Professional development Program (2 yrs) Dylan Wiliam – “Embedded Formative Assessment”


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