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Citrus County Schools, Florida1 Using Data to Plan Instruction Developed by Janet Tuggle & Cindy Longacre
Citrus County Schools, Florida2 Literacy is.... Listening Viewing Speaking Thinking Expressing using multiple symbol systems Reading Writing
Citrus County Schools, Florida3 Practice the Non-Negotiables Have a print rich literacy environment. Use the seven processes of literacy. Read to and with students. Teach, model, practice the strategies of expert readers. Have students read independently and with accountability. Phonics and phonemic awareness instruction K-1, and for others who have not reached mastery.
Citrus County Schools, Florida4 Data is... Factual information Information organized for analysis or used to reason or make decisions.
Citrus County Schools, Florida5 Types of Assessment Screening First Alert Progress Monitoring Growth Chart Diagnostic In Depth View Outcome Reaching Our Goals Designed to discover which students are at risk and who needs close monitoring. Used to determine which students need extra support and which skills need to be emphasized. Used to form flexible, small groups. Used to determine a students specific strengths and weaknesses and whether the student is at, above or below grade level. Designed to determine evidence of adequate yearly progress.
Citrus County Schools, Florida6 Screening Tests Elementary Level *DIBELS (Dynamic Indicator of Basic Early Learning Skills) * SRI ( Scholastic Reading Inventory) * FLKRS (Florida Kindergarten Readiness Screener) * C-CAT * STAR Early Literacy * HM Leveling (Houghton Mifflin)or other leveling test Secondary Level * SRI * FCAT *FORF (Florida Oral Reading Fluency)
Citrus County Schools, Florida7 Examples of Diagnostic Tests Elementary Level * ERDA (Early Reading Diagnostic Assessment) * DAR ( Diagnostic Assessment of Reading) Secondary Level * DAR * GMRT (Gates-McGinite Reading Test)
Citrus County Schools, Florida8 Examples of Progress Monitoring Tests Elementary Level * DIBELS * C-CAT * Running Records* STAR Early Literacy * SRI or other leveling instrument Secondary Level * SRI * FORF
Citrus County Schools, Florida9 Examples of Outcome Tests Elementary Level * DIBELS * FCAT * NRT * SAT 10 Secondary Level * FCAT * FORF * SRI
Citrus County Schools, Florida10 Using Data As you plan instruction ask yourself… * What skills should be taught next? How? To whom? * What students are on grade level ? * What students are below grade level ? * What students are above grade level ? Create small groups of students for specific skills work. What skill should be taught and practiced in each small group? Pair students to maximize strengths and provide success. Inform parents
Citrus County Schools, Florida11 How Your Coach Can Help You With Data Coaches can show you how to administer a test. Your coach can help you analyze the data, identify student strengths and weaknesses. The coach can assist you in planning differentiated instruction based on the data results. Coaches can supply teachers and administrators with research and resources.
Citrus County Schools, Florida12 Just Read, Citrus! Citrus County Schools Resource Guide for Elementary Reading (The Purple Book) This guide offers teachers specific resources that align and refine reading assessments. Overview of Assessmentspg District Assessment Matrixpg. 11 Diagnostic Measurespg DIBELS Informationpg. 15 Houghton Mifflin Assessment Optionspg
Citrus County Schools, Florida13 To Conclude… Data is a wonderful tool teachers can use to drive the focus of their instruction. Data results identify specific skills in which students are deficient, on level or excel. Data results inform, identify, and track individual student progress.