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1 Tewksbury Township Schools “ Measuring Our 2012 Results ” District Testing Report NJ PASS Grades 1 and 2 NJ ASK Grades 3-8 Prepared for the Tewksbury Board of Education November 28,

2 NJ PASS: 1st Grade Language Arts 2 Partially ProficientProficientAdvanced Proficient Current StatusRecommendations Advanced Proficiency improved 14% 100% Proficient Continue LA Curriculum Articulation Dialogues; Continue ASAP Intervention & Support; Continue Brain-Based Reading Strategies such as FastForword; and Explore Alternative Assessment Programs such as AIMSweb, Superkids Comprehensive Reading Program & Study Island Reading Egg Program.

3 NJ PASS: 1st Grade Mathematics 3 Partially ProficientProficientAdvanced Proficient Current StatusRecommendations Advanced Proficiency improved 10% 99% Proficient Continue ongoing Mathematics Curriculum Articulation Dialogues; Continue ASAP Intervention & Support; Develop Teacher-Made Assessments; and Explore Study Island Assessment Alternatives.

4 NJ PASS: 2nd Grade Language Arts 4 Partially ProficientProficientAdvanced Proficient Current StatusRecommendations Advanced Proficiency improved 17% 100% Proficient Continue LA Curriculum Articulation Dialogues; Continue ASAP Intervention & Support; Continue Brain-Based Reading Strategies such as FastForword; and Explore Alternative Assessment Programs such as: AIMSweb, Superkids Comprehensive Reading Program & Study Island Reading Egg Program.

5 NJ PASS: 2nd Grade Mathematics 5 Partially ProficientProficientAdvanced Proficient Current StatusRecommendations Advanced Proficiency improved 6% 95% Proficient overall Continue ongoing Mathematics Curriculum Articulation Dialogues; Continue ASAP Intervention & Support; Develop Teacher-Made Assessments; and Explore Study Island Assessment Alternatives.

6 NJ ASK Test Grades 3 rd through 8 th Language Arts Overview: Assessed in Reading and Writing Writing portion consisted of two writing prompts in grades 3-8 – Grades 3-5 : expository & speculative – Grade 6: persuasive & speculative – Grades 7-8: persuasive & explanatory Reading portion consisted of narrative and informational passages: – Grades 3-5, included three reading passages – Grades 6-8, included four reading passages – Passages specific to: working with text and analyzing text 6

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10 District Goals Given effective classroom practice, early intervention strategies, and the integration of specific technology software applications; the students in grades 3-8 will achieve at a total proficient rating in language arts equal to or above the total proficient achievement rating of the DFG as measured by the NJASK for the 2012/13 school year. The achievement rating will exceed the DFG for the 2013/14 school year. 10

11 District Goals Given effective classroom practice, early intervention strategies, and the integration of specific technology software applications; the students in grades 3-8 will achieve at a total proficient rating in mathematics equal to or above the total proficient achievement rating of the DFG as measured by the NJASK for the 2012/13 school year. The achievement rating will exceed the DFG for the 2013/14 school year. 11

12 State Comparison: Language Arts 12

13 State Comparison: Mathematics

14 State Comparison: Science 14

15  PROGRESS TOWARD OUR GOALS HAS BEEN MADE.  WE HAVE MUCH MORE TO DO.  WE NEED TO TAKE IT TO ANOTHER LEVEL. Bottom Line 15

16 NJ ASK Results Grades 3 & 4 ~ Language Arts NJ ASK Language Arts Grade 3 Total Proficient % Grade 4 Total Proficient % % (Adv. 5.7%) DM = DFG = – 85% 85.8% DM = DFG = % (Adv. 11%) DM = DFG = – 88.6% 75.9% (Adv. 9.6%) DM = 212 DFG = – 83.6% Analysis+13.1% DM = +4.6 DFG = % DM = DFG = -4.5 DM= Scale Score Mean All Students(District) DFG=Demographic Factor Group

17 Analysis Present Grade 5~ Language Arts Compared to Last Year NJ ASK Language Arts Comparisons Total Proficient 74.7% 75.9%+1.2% DM DFG DM= Scale Score Mean All Students(District) DFG=Demographic Factor Group 17

18 Essential Questions How can we ensure that our third grade students perform at and above their performance in 2011/12? How can we ensure that our current 5 th grade class further increases their level of performance? 18

19 Interventions Continue with ASAP and ASPIRE programs. Introduce Fast ForWord Reading Intervention. Continue and further utilize Visualization and Verbalization strategies in the classroom. Expand the implementation of Reciprocal Reading Groups. Introduce and expand upon Study Island. Introduce the Reading Assistant. Continue to expand upon Formative Assessment Strategies. I&RS consider utilizing interventions as listed above. 19

20 Action Items ItemActionTarget Dates Fast ForWordExpanding the program through grade 8. Ongoing through June, Study IslandAdditional training on Dec. 5 to facilitate implementation of LA/Math in grades 3-8. Ongoing progress with implementation and full implementation by Sep., Reading AssistantIntroduction Webinar Nov. 27, staff feedback, and additional training sessions. Complete implementation in designated areas by June, Reciprocal ReadingUtilize Parent Pilot Group at TES and provide additional training to parent volunteers at OTS. Implementation at TES, December, 2012, and March, 2013 at OTS. 20

21 NJ ASK Results Grades 4 & 5 ~ Language Arts NJ ASK Language Arts Grade 4 Total Proficient % Grade 5 Total Proficient % % (Adv. 27.6%) DM = DFG = – 85% 83.4% DM = DFG = % DM = 212 DFG = % (Adv. 16%) DM= DFG = – 85.8% Analysis-9.9% DM = DFG = % DM = +4.3 DFG = -2.4 DM= Scale Score Mean All Students(District) DFG=Demographic Factor Group

22 Analysis Present Grade 6~ Language Arts Compared to Last Year NJ ASK Language Arts Comparisons Total Proficient 85.8% 84.1%-1.7 % DM DFG DM= Scale Score Mean All Students(District) DFG=Demographic Factor Group 22

23 Essential Questions Does the first year at OTS affect the assessment results? If so, how and why? Is there a need for adjustments in the curriculum? If so, what are the needed adjustments? How can we ensure that the students continue to make progress each year? 23

24 Interventions Continue with ASAP and ASPIRE programs. Introduce Fast ForWord Reading Intervention. Continue and further utilize Visualization and Verbalization strategies in the classroom. Introduce Reciprocal Reading Groups. Introduce and expand upon Study Island. Introduce the Reading Assistant. Continue to expand upon Formative Assessment Strategies. I&RS consider utilizing interventions as listed above. Evaluate the schedule at OTS to determine its effectiveness. Establish sub committees via the Council of Instruction to evaluate the ASAP and ASPIRE programs. 24

25 Action Items ItemActionTarget Dates Fast ForWordExpanding the program through grade 8. Ongoing through June, Study IslandAdditional training on Dec. 5 to facilitate implementation of LA/Math in grades 3-8. Ongoing progress with implementation and full implementation by Sep., Reading AssistantIntroduction Webinar Nov. 27, staff feedback, and additional training sessions. Complete implementation in designated areas by June, Reciprocal ReadingUtilize Parent Pilot Group at TES and provide additional training to parent volunteers at OTS. Implementation at TES, December 2012, and March, 2013 at OTS. 25

26 Action Items ItemActionTarget Dates Evaluate OTS ScheduleGather data from multiple sources and make recommendations. May, ASPIRE and ASAP Evaluation Form sub committees via the Council of Instruction, gather data, research, and recommend. Begin March, 2013 and conclude June,

27 NJASK Results 5 & 6 Language Arts NJ ASK Language Arts Grade 5 Total Proficient % Grade 6 Total Proficient % % (Adv. 7.8%) DM = DFG = – 86.9% 90.2% DM = DFG = % DM= DFG = % (Adv. 22.6%) DM = DFG = – 90.9% Analysis+.7% DM = +4.3 DFG = % DM = +7.4 DFG = +1.1 DM= Scale Score Mean All Students(District) DFG=Demographic Factor Group

28 Analysis Present Grade 7~ Language Arts Compared to Last Year NJ ASK Language Arts Comparisons Total Proficient 83.4% 90.5%+7.1 Adv % DM DFG DM= Scale Score Mean All Students(District) DFG=Demographic Factor Group Note: 3 to 4 = -3.6 & 4-5 = +1 28

29 Essential Questions What has accounted for the progress from 2o11 results to 2012 results? How can we ensure that this progress continues through the grade levels? 29

30 Interventions Continue with ASAP. Introduce Fast ForWord Reading Intervention. Continue and further utilize Visualization and Verbalization strategies in the classroom. Introduce Reciprocal Reading Groups. Introduce and expand upon Study Island. Introduce the Reading Assistant. Continue to expand upon Formative Assessment Strategies. I&RS consider utilizing interventions as listed above. Evaluate the schedule at OTS to determine its effectiveness. Establish sub committees via the Council of Instruction to evaluate the ASAP and ASPIRE programs. Address the issue in reference to the excellent results from the 2012 assessment data during Team Meetings. 30

31 Action Items ItemActionTarget Dates Fast ForWordExpanding the program through grade 8. Ongoing through June, Study IslandAdditional training on Dec. 5 to facilitate implementation of LA/Math in grades 3-8. Ongoing progress with implementation and full implementation by Sep, Reading AssistantIntroduction Webinar Nov. 27, staff feedback, and additional training sessions. Complete implementation in designated areas by June, Reciprocal ReadingUtilize Parent Pilot Group at TES and provide additional training to parent volunteers at OTS. Implementation at TES, December 2012, and March, 2013 at OTS. 31

32 Action Items ItemActionTarget Dates Evaluate OTS ScheduleGather data from multiple sources and make recommendations. May, ASPIRE and ASAP Evaluation Form sub committees via the Council of Instruction, gather data, research, and recommend. Begin March, 2013 and conclude June,

33 Action Items ItemActionTarget Dates Team Meeting utilized to analyze assessment results. Review data, look for patterns, and determine what factors possibly influenced the positive results. June,

34 NJ ASK Results Grades 6 & 7 ~ Language Arts NJ ASK Language Arts Grade 6 Total Proficient % Grade 7 Total Proficient % % (Adv. 13%) DM = 222 DFG = – 89.2% 90.8% DM = DFG = % DM = DFG = % (Adv. 19.1%) DM = DFG = – 88.6% Analysis-.3% DM = -6 DFG = % DM = -8.5 DFG = DM= Scale Score Mean All Students(District) DFG=Demographic Factor Group

35 Analysis Present Grade 8~ Language Arts Compared to Last Year NJ ASK Language Arts Comparisons Total Proficient 90.2% 87.6%-2.6% DM DFG DM= Scale Score Mean All Students(District) DFG=Demographic Factor Group Adv

36 Analysis Present Grade 9~ Language Arts Compared to Last Year NJ ASK Language Arts Comparisons Total Proficient 93.8% 96%+3.2 DM DFG DM= Scale Score Mean All Students(District) DFG=Demographic Factor Group 36

37 Essential Questions How can we maintain the positive trend in becoming advanced proficient and also increase the proficiency total as a whole? 37

38 Interventions Continue with ASAP. Introduce Fast ForWord Reading Intervention. Continue and further utilize Visualization and Verbalization strategies in the classroom. Introduce Reciprocal Reading Groups. Introduce and expand upon Study Island. Introduce the Reading Assistant. Continue to expand upon Formative Assessment Strategies. I&RS consider utilizing interventions as listed above. Evaluate the schedule at OTS to determine its effectiveness. Establish sub committees via the Council of Instruction to evaluate the ASAP and ASPIRE programs. Address the issue in reference to the excellent results from the 2012 assessment data during Team Meetings. Evaluate the implementation of the 55 minute integrated language arts block in grades 7 &8. 38

39 Action Items ItemActionTarget Dates Fast ForWordExpanding the program through grade 8. Ongoing through June, Study IslandAdditional training on Dec. 5 to facilitate implementation of LA/Math in grades 3-8. Ongoing progress with implementation and full implementation by Sep., Reading AssistantIntroduction Webinar Nov. 27, staff feedback, and additional training sessions. Complete implementation in designated areas by June, Reciprocal ReadingUtilize Parent Pilot Group at TES and provide additional training to parent volunteers at OTS. Implementation at TES, December, 2012, and March, 2013 at OTS. 39

40 Action Items ItemActionTarget Dates Evaluate OTS ScheduleGather data from multiple sources and make recommendations. May, ASPIRE and ASAP Evaluation Form sub committees via the Council of Instruction, gather data, research, and recommend. Begin March, 2013 and conclude June,

41 Action Items ItemActionTarget Dates Team Meeting utilized to analyze assessment results. Review data, look for patterns, and determine what factors possibly influenced the positive results. June, Evaluate the 55 minute language arts block. Gather data from multiple sources and make recommendations. May,

42 DFG Comparison – Language Arts Grade LevelTewksburyJ DistrictsComparison 3rd87.8% % % and -3.1 pts. 4 th 75.9% % % and -6.6 pts. 5 th 84.1% – % % and th 90.5% % % and +1.2 pts. 7 th 87.6% % % and -5.7 pts. 8 th 96% % % and +4.7 pts. 42

43  PROGRESS TOWARD OUR GOALS HAS BEEN MADE.  WE HAVE MUCH MORE TO DO.  WE NEED TO TAKE IT TO ANOTHER LEVEL. Bottom Line 43

44 NJ ASK Test Grades 3 rd through 8 th Mathematics Overview:  Measures knowledge and skills in four clusters Number & numerical operations Geometry & measurement Patterns & algebra Data analysis, probability & discrete mathematics  Some mathematics questions are also classified as problem solving (involve multiple steps and reasoning) 44

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47 NJ ASK Results Grades 3 & 4 ~ Math NJ ASK Language Arts Grade 3 Total Proficient % Grade 4 Total Proficient % % (Adv. 44.8%) DM = DFG = 256.3– 94.1% 90.9% DM = DFG = % (Adv. 42.7%) DM = DFG = – 94.7% 85.6% (Adv. 45.8%) DM = DFG = – 93.7% Analysis-1.9% DM = -3.1 DFG = % DM = -4.9 DFG = -2.9 DM= Scale Score Mean All Students(District) DFG=Demographic Factor Group

48 Analysis Present Grade 5~ Math Compared to Last Year NJ ASK Language Arts Comparisons Total Proficient 89.6% 85.6%-4% DM DFG DM= Scale Score Mean All Students(District) DFG=Demographic Factor Group 48

49 Essential Questions Why is there no observable progress from third to fourth grade in the area of mathematics? How can we ensure that our current 5 th grade class increases their level of performance? 49

50 Interventions Continue with ASAP and ASPIRE programs. Introduce and expand upon Study Island. Implement visualization techniques and provide additional training in the “Seeing Stars” program. Continue to expand upon Formative Assessment Strategies. I&RS consider utilizing interventions as listed above. 50

51 Action Items ItemActionTarget Dates Study IslandAdditional training on Dec. 5 to facilitate implementation of LA/Math in grades 3-8. Ongoing progress with implementation and full implementation by Sep., Visualization of math concepts. Obtain feedback in reference to the implementation of visualization strategies. Provide additional professional development and further implement the visualization strategies in the classroom. Ongoing implementation. Obtain feedback by February, Provide additional professional development by July,

52 NJ ASK Results Grades 4 & 5 ~ Math NJ ASK Language Arts Grade 4 Total Proficient % Grade 5 Total Proficient % % (Adv. 48%) DM = DFG = – 94.1% 96.6% DM = DFG = % (Adv. 45.8%) DM = DFG = – 93.7% 94.7% (Adv. 58.5%) DM= 257 DFG = – 95.9% Analysis-5.3% DM = -4.9 DFG = % DM = -.1 DFG = -1.5 DM= Scale Score Mean All Students(District) DFG=Demographic Factor Group

53 Analysis Present Grade 6~ Math Compared to Last Year NJ ASK Language Arts Comparisons Total Proficient 90.9% 94.7%+3.8 % DM DFG DM= Scale Score Mean All Students(District) DFG=Demographic Factor Group 53

54 Essential Questions How can we ensure that the progress noted will be sustained and improved upon in 2013? 54

55 Interventions Continue with ASAP and ASPIRE programs. Introduce and expand upon Study Island. Implement visualization techniques and provide additional training in the “Seeing Stars” program. Continue to expand upon Formative Assessment Strategies. I&RS consider utilizing interventions as listed above. Provide time during team planning sessions to reflect upon strategies that seem to be most effective. Articulate with the fifth grade teachers. 55

56 Action Items ItemActionTarget Dates Study IslandAdditional training on Dec. 5 to facilitate implementation of LA/Math in grades 3-8. Ongoing progress with implementation and full implementation by Sep., Visualization of math concepts. Obtain feedback in reference to the implementation of visualization strategies. Provide additional professional development and further implement the visualization strategies in the classroom. Ongoing implementation. Obtain feedback by February, Provide additional professional development by July,

57 Action Items ItemActionTarget Dates Team ReflectionsDiscuss effective strategies that can be utilized in all content areas but may be best utilized in the area of mathematics. Ongoing throughout the year. Vertical ArticulationDiscuss students and strategies with teachers from different grade levels. Ongoing throughout the year. 57

58 NJASK Results 5 & 6 Math NJ ASK Language Arts Grade 5 Total Proficient % Grade 6 Total Proficient % % DM = DFG = – 96% 92.4% DM = DFG = % (Adv. 58.5%) DM= 257 DFG = – 95.9% 95.2% (Adv. 58.3%) DM = DFG = – 95.3% Analysis-1.9% DM = -.1 DFG = % DM = DFG = +6.8 DM= Scale Score Mean All Students(District) DFG=Demographic Factor Group

59 Analysis Present Grade 7~ Math Compared to Last Year NJ ASK Language Arts Comparisons Total Proficient 96.6% 95.2%-1.4% DM DFG DM= Scale Score Mean All Students(District) DFG=Demographic Factor Group 59

60 Essential Questions What do we need to do in order to take the students to a higher level of achievement? 60

61 Interventions Continue with ASAP and ASPIRE programs. Introduce and expand upon Study Island. Implement visualization techniques and provide additional training in the “Seeing Stars” program. Continue to expand upon Formative Assessment Strategies. I&RS consider utilizing interventions as listed above. Investigate multiple ways to motivate students in the area of mathematics. 61

62 Action Items ItemActionTarget Dates Study IslandAdditional training on Dec. 5 to facilitate implementation of LA/Math in grades 3-8. Ongoing progress with implementation and full implementation by Sep., Visualization of math concepts. Obtain feedback in reference to the implementation of visualization strategies. Provide additional professional development and further implement the visualization strategies in the classroom. Ongoing implementation. Obtain feedback by February, Provide additional professional development by July,

63 Action Items ItemActionTarget Dates Team ReflectionsDiscuss effective strategies that can be utilized in all content areas but may be best utilized in the area of mathematics. Ongoing throughout the year. Vertical ArticulationDiscuss students and strategies with teachers from different grade levels. Ongoing throughout the year. 63

64 Action Items ItemActionTarget Dates Motivational StrategiesDiscuss effective strategies that can serve to motivate students in the area of mathematics during team and/or faculty meetings. Ongoing throughout the year. 64

65 NJ ASK Results Grades 6 & 7 ~ Math NJ ASK Language Arts Grade 6 Total Proficient % Grade 7 Total Proficient % % (Adv. 44.6%) DM = DFG = % 93.4% DM = DFG = % (Adv. 58.3%) DM = DFG = – 95.3% 88.8% (Adv. 42.7%) DM = DFG = – 89% Analysis+3.2% DM = DFG = % DM = DFG = +.8 DM= Scale Score Mean All Students(District) DFG=Demographic Factor Group

66 Analysis Present Grade 8~ Math Compared to Last Year NJ ASK Language Arts Comparisons Total Proficient 92.4% 88.8%-5.6 DM DFG DM= Scale Score Mean All Students(District) DFG=Demographic Factor Group 66

67 Analysis Present Grade 9~ Math Compared to Last Year NJ ASK Language Arts Comparisons Total Proficient 88.6% DM DFG DM= Scale Score Mean All Students(District) DFG=Demographic Factor Group 67

68 Essential Questions How do we ensure that our current 8 th grade students achieve the level that was realized by the Class of 2012? 68

69 Interventions Continue with ASAP and ASPIRE programs. Introduce and expand upon Study Island. Implement visualization techniques and provide additional training in the “Seeing Stars” program. Continue to expand upon Formative Assessment Strategies. I&RS consider utilizing interventions as listed above. Consider additional articulation with the high school teachers. 69

70 Action Items ItemActionTarget Dates Study IslandAdditional training on Dec. 6 to facilitate implementation of LA/Math in grades 3-8. Ongoing progress with implementation and full implementation by Sep., Visualization of math concepts. Obtain feedback in reference to the implementation of visualization strategies. Provide additional professional development and further implement the visualization strategies in the classroom. Ongoing implementation. Obtain feedback by February, Provide additional professional development by July,

71 Action Items ItemActionTarget Dates Team ReflectionsDiscuss effective strategies that can be utilized in all content areas but may be best utilized in the area of mathematics. Ongoing throughout the year. Vertical ArticulationDiscuss students and strategies with teachers from different grade levels. Ongoing throughout the year. 71

72 Action Items ItemActionTarget Dates Articulation with the high school teachers. Reach out to the high school teachers and discuss strategies that could further enhance student achievement. Ongoing throughout the school year. 72

73 DFG Comparison – Math Grade LevelTewksburyJ DistrictsComparison 3rd91.5% % % and pts. 4 th 85.6% % and pts. 5 th 94.7% % % and -4.2 pts. 6 th 95.2% % % and -2.3 pts. 7th88.8% % % and pts. 8 th 94.7% % % and +4.6 pts. 73

74 NJ ASK Test Grades 4 th and 8 th Science Overview:  Measures knowledge and skills in three clusters: Life Physical Earth  Science questions may also be classified as Application and Knowledge 74

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76 Analysis Present Grade 4~ Science Compared to Last Year NJ ASK Language Arts TewksburyDFGComparisons Total Proficient 98.8% 98.3%+.5% Scaled Score DFG=Demographic Factor Group 76

77 Analysis Present Grade 8~ Science Compared to Last Year NJ ASK Language Arts TewksburyDFGComparisons Total Proficient 98.7% 96.3%+2.4% Scaled Score DFG=Demographic Factor Group 77

78 DFG Comparison – Language Arts Grade LevelTewksburyJ DistrictsComparison 3rd87.8% % % and -3.1 pts. 4 th 75.9% % % and -6.6 pts. 5 th 84.1% – % % and th 90.5% % % and +1.2 pts. 7 th 87.6% % % and -5.7 pts. 8 th 96% % % and +4.7 pts. 78

79 DFG Comparison – Math Grade LevelTewksburyJ DistrictsComparison 3rd91.5% % % and pts. 4 th 85.6% % and pts. 5 th 94.7% % % and -4.2 pts. 6 th 95.2% % % and -2.3 pts. 7th88.8% % % and pts. 8 th 94.7% % % and +4.6 pts. 79

80  PROGRESS TOWARD OUR GOALS HAS BEEN MADE.  WE HAVE MUCH MORE TO DO.  WE NEED TO TAKE IT TO ANOTHER LEVEL. Bottom Line 80

81 “WORKING TOGETHER WE WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE!” Thank You! 81


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