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Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
Ed psy 510 6th class
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  • 1. WSUP ~ The tip of the spear Ed Psych 510 Dr. Glenn E. Malone
  • 2. Tonight WSU Library Services ~ Emily Love’s Data Pyramid Construction Tools for Disaggregation Reform Homework
  • 3. WSU Library Services http://library.vancouver.wsu.edu http://libguides.vancouver.wsu.edu/edpsy Library Catalog (Griffin) the WSU Libraries catalog Summit Joint catalog of 36 Washington and Oregon colleges ILLiad Order Materials Inter Library Loan WorldCat brings together library data and enables people to find anything available through libraries.
  • 4. Constructing a Data Pyramid • Read the definitions and types of data including examples on Handout H5.2 • Construct a pyramid on the chart paper that represents the relative time and attention currently given to each of the 5 types of data in your school (Weekly, quarterly, annually, never) • Write the name of each of the 5 types of data in the most appropriate layer with the widest part of the pyramid representing where you spend the greatest amount of time…the top the least. • Read Handout H5.3 silently
  • 5. Visual Models • Love’s Pyramid • Harvard’s Data Wise Cycle • Bernhardt’s Multiple Measures
  • 6. Add these numbers out loud & together 1,000
  • 7. Add these numbers + 20
  • 8. Add these numbers +1,000
  • 9. Add these numbers +30
  • 10. Add these numbers +1,000
  • 11. Add these numbers +40
  • 12. Add these numbers +1,000
  • 13. Add these numbers +10
  • 14. Equals 4,100
  • 15. 1,000 20 1,000 30 1,000 40 1,000 +10 4,100
  • 16. Philosophy Sharing In groups of 3 or 4 sharing your philosophy of assessment with your small group. Use the rubric to give each presenter feedback on their presentation.
  • 17. Vocab Triad Discussion Vertical / Horizontal Vision / Mission Reliability / Validity Normative / Criterion Formative /Summative
  • 18. Tools for Disaggregation QUERY OSPI Report Card SLDS ERDC SBE CEDR Performance Plus
  • 19. Reform SGP’s SAI’s AMO’s AMAO’s ROFLMFAO
  • 20. Stakeholders • Who are they? • How do we get them involved? • How have you seen them authentically involved in decision- making?
  • 21. Homework • Read Chapter 7 & 8 in Leading w/ Data • Write a Response to the Reading Only 8 more Class Meetings!
  • 22. This is Going to be Very Rewarding

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