# Data Retreat® is a registered service mark of Cooperative Educational Service Agency 7, Green Bay, WI Todays Leadership for Tomorrows Results.

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Data Retreat® is a registered service mark of Cooperative Educational Service Agency 7, Green Bay, WI Todays Leadership for Tomorrows Results

Presented by: Jack D. Hinterlong, Ed. D., Educational Consultant Guy Todnem, Professional Development Specialist SIP... Examing Data

4 Standard Results By Standard ISAT ReadingISAT Math literaryEst/NS/Comp Info SourcesAlg P/V Explicit IdeasAlg R/R InferenceGeo Concepts VocabularyGeo Relationships Measurement Data Probability Achievement Data

5 ISAT Standard Individual % Correct 1. Calculate the percentage of students who have 100-52 percent correct. 2. Place this percentage on the wall table under the correct heading. 3.Create bar graphs.

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7 ISAT Standard Extended Response Reading & Math 1. Calculate the percentage of students who have 3 or 4. 2. Place this percentage on the wall table under the correct heading. 3.Create bar graphs.

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9 Standards Observations (Looking for patterns) For each column heading on the table: write a statement about the number pattern write a statement comparing 03 to 04 For the bar graph: write a statement about patterns you see.

10 What Patterns do you See? Subtest/ Standard Observations Subject:_______________ Grade: _____ Subtest/ Standard Observations Subject:_______________ Grade: _____ Achievement Data Subtest/ Standard Hypotheses Subject:_______________ Grade: _____ Subtest/ Standard Hypotheses Subject:_______________ Grade: _____

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12 Hypotheses Achievement Data Hypothesis = an assumption made about the data pattern. Hypotheses Guiding Questions: 1. Why are our students performing way they are? 2. What in our systems and practices is causing our student to have these problems?

13 1.CONCERN –Student concern 2.SOURCE--Indicate data source. 3.WHEN--indicate time frame. 4.WHO--Indicate which students. 5.WHAT--Indicate which skills, which variables. 6.WHAT DIRECTION, BY HOW MUCH Report quantitative findings--in numbers! Writing Data Findings

14 Observations Examples Math is low. Math ISAT scores were lower in measurement for the past 3 yrs for 8 th grade than other subtests. Extended response low. Reading extended response scores in 3 rd and 5 th grade over the last 4 yrs are below 50% of the students M & E.

15 Situation Appraisal Module 12Student Behavior Analysis What are the most important concerns that emerged from our student data?

16 Prioritize Concerns 7 Categories of Primary Concern 1.Equity. This concern shows observed inequity in performance among groups of students. It is a concern that indicates that certain the needs of certain students are not being fully met. 2.Declining Achievement. This concern shows that that our students achievement levels in a particular subject/skill area are decreasing over time. 3.Low Achievement. This concern shows unacceptable levels of achievement in a particular skill/content area. 4.Increasing Discipline Problems. This concern shows that the number of particular discipline incidences is on the rise. 5.Low Student Satisfaction. This concern shows that students perceptions of school and learning are more negative than positive. 6.Low or Declining Attendance. This concern indicates that the absenteeism rate of your students is rising or is at unacceptable levels. 7.Low or Declining Graduation Rates. This concern shows that your students rates of graduating are decreasing or at unacceptable levels. 7 Categories of Primary Concern 1.Equity. This concern shows observed inequity in performance among groups of students. It is a concern that indicates that certain the needs of certain students are not being fully met. 2.Declining Achievement. This concern shows that that our students achievement levels in a particular subject/skill area are decreasing over time. 3.Low Achievement. This concern shows unacceptable levels of achievement in a particular skill/content area. 4.Increasing Discipline Problems. This concern shows that the number of particular discipline incidences is on the rise. 5.Low Student Satisfaction. This concern shows that students perceptions of school and learning are more negative than positive. 6.Low or Declining Attendance. This concern indicates that the absenteeism rate of your students is rising or is at unacceptable levels. 7.Low or Declining Graduation Rates. This concern shows that your students rates of graduating are decreasing or at unacceptable levels. 7

17 Priority Needs and Issues: HypothesisEvidence Reject or Accept or Investigate