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Maximizing the Value of MAP Assessment Data Dr. Kimberley Redmond, Texas Associate Director ©2014 AdvancED1 Day 2 Access and Use Dynamic Reports Work with DesCartes Identify patterns to guide classroom and school improvement planning
What are your new reactions regarding this topic? How do your new reactions connect to your initial reactions? How has your thinking changed? Assessment Literacy Reflection ©2014 AdvancED2
7 groups of 2 or 3 persons Examine your assigned “Dynamic Report”. What are the main attributes of this report? Imagine using the report to improve teaching or learning. What would that look like? Analyze Dynamic Reports ©2014 AdvancED3
Login using individual teacher accounts. Click “Access Dynamic Reports Now” link. Click “Dynamic Reports” button. While referring to the “Does it Fit” handout, examine the various reports and answer: Which report options work best for me? Why? Access and Use Dynamic Reports ©2014 AdvancED4
Read: Purposes and Suggested Uses, Organization, and Learning Continuum Statements How can DesCartes help learners learn and teachers teach? How can DesCartes’ data improve the quality of instruction and the educational outcomes for all students? Introduction of DesCartes ©2014 AdvancED5
DesCartes is a tool that makes connections between specific skills and RIT scores for the purpose of guiding instructional and organizational planning. How might you use DesCartes in your classroom? In your school? Identify Patterns to Guide Classroom and School Improvement Planning ©2014 AdvancED6
http://www.corestandards.org/the-standards Consider your content/grade-level standards. Choose a MAP report, consider the data, and plan how you will differentiate instruction based on that data. Differentiating Instruction Using MAP Data ©2014 AdvancED7
Consider your knowledge of your students and parents. Choose a MAP report, consider the data, and plan how you will communicate (2-way conversation) with both students and parents to improve educational outcomes. Communicating with Students & Parents Using MAP Data ©2014 AdvancED8
Review & Reflect Accessing and Using Dynamic Reports Working with DesCartes Using data to guide classroom and school improvement planning Bonus: Leveraging AdvancED Continuous Improvement Any Questions? ©2014 AdvancED9
Find Us! ©2014 AdvancED10
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