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1 A labama E ducational T echnology C onference 2012

2 STI Achievement Services STI Achievement Services is a coaching service designed to: –assist schools in planning and executing instructional changes to improve student achievement –provide clients with personal, professional, technological, and data-driven assistance throughout the course of the school year to build capacity in the district –ensure that ALL students can raise achievement levels

3 STI Achievement Services FOCUS Understanding of State Standards Alabama Course of Study/ Item Specifications ARMT+/ AHSGE Correlation between State & Common Core Standards and formative assessment items Knowledge of the instructional strategies, curriculum pacing, and assessments that are needed to bring about results in student achievement Understand data analysis and recognize weaknesses Design test items that accurately reflect the course of study objectives and state standards

4 STIAchievement Services believes in the consistent use of formative data to drive instruction. Accountability standards as well as remaining COS standards are paced in a regular testing schedule Standards which have been taught for mastery are tested to see if children have mastered them Based on the data, changes in instructional delivery, interventions, and enrichment can be made immediately to counteract the effects of untimely feedback Formative Data

5 Longitudinal Data Study: 3-5 years High Stakes Assessment Data AYP Analysis ARMT (Grades 3-8) AHSGE (High Schools) Program Evaluation – Align to standards? Reading Program Math Program Intervention Program

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7 Formative Testing Pre/Post Assessment Common Assessment Analysis of Tests Data Meetings Consultants, Teachers, & Administrators Curriculum Realignment Intervention for Students Realignment for Instruction to meet needs Mentoring & Modeling Classroom Observations Modeling a Lesson Continuous Feedback Comprehensive Portfolio Findings & Suggestions Formative Testing Pre/Post Assessment Common Assessment Analysis of Tests Data Meetings Consultants, Teachers, & Administrators Curriculum Realignment Intervention for Students Realignment for Instruction to meet needs Mentoring & Modeling Classroom Observations Modeling a Lesson Continuous Feedback Comprehensive Portfolio Findings & Suggestions Take Action!

8 What are our weaknesses? When can we provide intervention? Who? Do our teachers understand standards? Is that the basis for instruction? How can we address subgroups? How do we close the gap between classroom instruction and accountability? How can we maximize instruction time? How can we address feeder patterns? Identify the Challenges

9 AYP Analysis by District and by School

10 District Report with Red Cell in SPED Reading

11 School Report with NO Red Cell – BUT …..

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13 How are the highstakes tests constructed?

14 Data Over Time – ALL STANDARDS Strengths – Weaknesses - Trends

15 View by Test Item Type Open-Ended

16 Achievement Levels What is the trend?

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18 Data Analysis Leads to Professional Development Open-Ended AnalysisOpen-Ended PD

19 AHSGE Data Analysis By District and By School

20 STIAssessment Key Feature in the Process: Assessments / Reports

21 STIAssessment Data Assessments based on pacing of standards taught! Reports by grade/class

22 STIAssessment Data Good Job on this assessment. There are some students who did not master the skills found on this assessment. They need intervention on these skills. Retesting should take place once intervention is completed.

23 STIAssessment Data Mastery level set for test and report based on performance related to mastery and Performance Levels.

24 Ranked list of students by class or grade. Look for surprises, targeted students (SPED, ARMT, AHSGE, ESL, etc. STIAssessment Data

25 Analysis of each test item. How did the students answer each item? Are there common wrong responses? Use information for re-teaching and intervention!

26 STIAssessment Data Growth Report from BM1 to BM2.

27 Empower your district with: Real-time data on student performance Quick interventions where needed A gauge of progress against AYP goals A stronger school-to-home connection with simple reporting for parents Transforming instruction from a lecture setting to 21 st Century engagement

28 Empower your teachers to: Diagnose potential learning deficiencies, allowing for strategic, targeted instruction Identify at-risk students to enable remediation before they fail a milestone exam Select teaching/re-presentation strategies that are the most logical based on individual and class performance Develop new teaching strategies with professional development that analyzes data and prepares correlations with current curricula being utilized Promote a culture of performance-led instruction Integrate technology-based lesson plans in their classroom

29 Job-Embedded Professional Development STI Hosted Data Meetings Instructional Strategies Standards Analysis Curriculum Alignment Reading Across the Curriculum General Ed and Special Ed Collaboration Open-Ended/Gridded Response Transition to ARMT+/Common Core Vertical Teaming

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31 21st Century Classroom Model Document Camera Laptop Audio Enhancement ipad Student Response System ipod Touches

32 Technology Integration through i21Zone How do we create a rigorous, relevant, student– centered learning environment that better prepares all students for the 21st Century? What strategies and techniques have you seen or know about that have helped to integrate technology into the class curriculum?

33 Content Standards & Curriculum Framework Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity Design and Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences Model Digital-Age Work and Learning Promote and Model Digital Citizenship and Responsibility Engage in Professional Growth and Leadership

34 Research Says: It takes 12 Days of Professional Development with Teachers to change their teaching practices to include transformative technologies in the classroom– based on the research from Alan November Group, Summer, 2011

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36 Jessica Jones, STI Sales Executive USA Technology & Research Park 739 North University Blvd, Suite 2000 Mobile, AL x 1210 STIAchievement Services © 2011


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