2006-07 Kansas Reading Assessment General Assessment Grades 3-8 and one grade at high school (OTL) KAMM- Kansas Assessment with Multiple Measures 2% of district students Alternate Reading Assessment 1% of district students
Text Types at Each Grade Level GradeNarrativeExpositoryTechnicalPersuasive 33300 43310 53311 63311 73222 82222 HS2222
What is our goal for 2014? New AYP Targets Set Based on New State Assessments
Next steps…. Use of data to drive instruction Knowledge gained from the data What are our strengths? On which reading indicators did students excel? What are our weaknesses? Which reading indicators do students need to improve?
QPA Quality Criteria 4- Formal training of state assessments and curriculum standards Formative Assessment to drive instruction- multiple choice, teacher observation, individual reading inventories, etc….. Gather best practice information from reading educators in the state How do we improve?
Reading Instruction Kansas State Department of Education Reading Website www.ksde.org/outcomes/readingpg.html Reading Test Specifications www.ksde.org/outcomes/read_updated_i5242005.pdf Reading Flip Charts www.ksde.org/outcomes/readflipchtsa2005.html KERC- Kansas Education Resource Center www.kerc-ks.org/ Online Standards Training Manual www.kerc- ks.org/show_topic.aspx?uc=hot_topics/Online_standards_training_ details.ascx www.kerc- ks.org/show_topic.aspx?uc=hot_topics/Online_standards_training_ details.ascx
Formative Assessment Formative assessments CETEwww.cete.ku.edu/ (need district login)www.cete.ku.edu/ Kan-Edwww.kan-ed.org/ (need district login)www.kan-ed.org/ District formative assessments To drive instruction In a timely manner so that instruction can take place
Gathering best practices District and School Teams Service Centers, Universities, Reading Associations KSDE Reading Website www.ksde.org/outcomes/readingpg.html KSDE Reading Consultant Kris Shaw- firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com KSDE School Innovations Division KSDE Deputy Comm. Larry Englebrick firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Reading Indicator Reports Preliminary Data for State, District, School, and Student Reading Indicator Reports available now Use these reports to improve instruction
Spring 2006 Results Student Score Listing General Assessment Students, Grade 3 Student Name SpecialScore*Perf Cat*KCA or P&P Name 1ELL471P&P Name 2ELL783KCA Name 3D844KCA Name 4854KCA Name 5925KCA Name 6975KCA Name 7ELL793KCA Name 8864KCA Name 9783KCA Name 10642KCA Name 11ELL884KCA Name 12814KCA
Spring 2006 Results, Student Indicator (S-I) Table – General Assessment, Grade 3 Reading, All Students NameFormScore188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.12.1.2 Name312R64%50.083.3100.050.025.0100.050.075.033.383.350.0 Name312R71%75.083.3100.066.750.066.750.075.066.783.366.7 Name312R68%50.0 83.30.066.750.0100.050.066.7100.0 Name312R45%25.050.025.050.0 66.733.325.050.033.366.7 Name312R40%0.083.350.033.325.016.733.325.050.066.733.3 Name312R64%75.066.750.066.750.066.733.325.0100.083.366.7 Name312R38%0.016.725.050.0 33.316.750.056.750.0 Name312R45%75.050.00.016.775.033.350.025.066.783.316.7 Name312R50%0.050.00.083.325.050.0 66.7 Name312R83%100.0 75.083.325.083.3 75.083.3100.083.3 Avg %65%52.272.564.168.839.163.862.364.172.579.763.8 # Items 46464664666
Spring 2006 Results Instructional Planning Graph Grade 3 Reading All Students Graph 1 Performance Summary by Indiator – Average Percent Correct Across All Test Forms
Spring 2006 Results Group Summary Grade 3 Reading All Students Group Statistics Number of Students 68 Mean 75% Median 78% Mode 84% Standard Deviation 15 Range 59% High Score 97% Low Score 38% 25 th Percentile 65% 50 th Percentile 78% 75 th Percentile 84% Easiest Indicators R.126.96.36.199 had 84.3 average percent correct R.188.8.131.52 had 78.2 average percent correct R.184.108.40.206 had 75.7 average percent correct Hardest Indicators R.220.127.116.11 had 69.9 average percent correct R.18.104.22.168 had 68 average percent correct R.22.214.171.124 had 64.0 average percent correct
Additionally this year… Testing Writing Grades 5, 8 & 11 Window: November 15, 2006 to April 16, 2007
Kansas Public Libraries Homework Hotline Interactive Grades 4-12 New college students Free Kansas library card 4:00 pm – 11:00 pm, 7 days per week Spanish…Sunday – Thursday, 4:00-9:00