THINGS
#1Look
#2THINK
Think and ReflectA.   The % of students at-or-above proficiency in my class     [increased / decreased] from the previous ...
#3   Act       The path to        success is         guided by    your ability to  select the most       appropriateinterv...
Data Discussions
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This brief presentation offers a few sample exercises to help jump-start summative-level data discussions at the district, school, or classroom level. This information is free for public use. For additional information contact Dessalines Floyd at floydd1@duvalschools.org.

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  • Data Look-Sees: Look , Think , Act
  • Think and reflect
  • The road to intervention is determined by the student’s specific needs.
  • Dessalines Floyd
  • Data Discussions

    1. 1. THINGS
    2. 2. #1Look
    3. 3. #2THINK
    4. 4. Think and ReflectA. The % of students at-or-above proficiency in my class [increased / decreased] from the previous to the current school year. What contributed to the increase or decrease? How will I ensure that the increase continues or combat factors that may be contributing to the decrease?B. The % of students showing one year (greater than 77 development points) of growth [increased / decreased] from the previous to the current school year. What contributed to the increase or decrease? How will I ensure that the increase continues or combat factors that may be contributing to the decrease?C. Was my formative (brief, frequent, ongoing) assessment data a clear indication of the likelihood of summative (FCAT) success? Why or why not?D. Was interim (quarterly, benchmark) assessment data a clear indication of the likelihood of FCAT success? Why or why not?
    5. 5. #3 Act The path to success is guided by your ability to select the most appropriateintervention in an effort to meet the students’ specific needs.
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