Presentation on theme: "STLE Bucket Report November 2014 Assessment Bucket Jackie Hayman Chris Leahey Sue Lohret Zac Mekker Donna Marie Norton Beth Silfer 1."— Presentation transcript:
STLE Bucket Report November 2014 Assessment Bucket Jackie Hayman Chris Leahey Sue Lohret Zac Mekker Donna Marie Norton Beth Silfer 1
WHAT ARE THE GOALS AND TASKS OF YOUR BUCKET WORK? Scope 2 Investigate District Summative Assessments Determine Strengths and Weaknesses Explore Relationship between Curriculum Standards and Test Items Create Rubric to Make Comparisons Analyze Data Make Recommendations for Strengthening Assessment Program
WHAT WAS THE IMPACT OF THE BUCKET WORK? Impact 3 How did educators benefit from the work? This provides an opening to further the discussion about the nature and quality of our district assessments. This project seeks to identify principles of effective assessment systems. How were student outcomes impacted? This will be the first step in re-writing assessments to be standards-based and authentic. In conjunction with BOCES, the NSCSD is initiating work on writing new science assessments in grades 5-7.
1. COMPLETING A COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF 50 NSCSD SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENTS 2. OFFER PRACTICAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR BUILDING A PROTOCOL TO STRENGTHEN THE NSCSD ASSESSMENT SYSTEM 3. INITIATING THE REWRITING OF SCIENCE ASSESSMENTS IN GRADES DEVELOPING OF A SYSTEM FOR ARCHIVING ASSESSMENTS Challenges and Triumphs 4
WHAT IS THE PLAN FOR ONGOING COMMUNICATION AND SUSTAINABILITY OF THE WORK? Sustainability 5 1.Continue developing a district protocol for writing assessments 2.Develop training program for writing high quality assessments 3.Develop a system for archiving all district assessments as well as item maps, answer keys, and rubrics 4.Write and implement science assessments in grades 5-7 in