Wildwood Grade 4 Wasl 2009

  • 256 views
Uploaded on

 

More in: Education , Spiritual
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
256
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0

Actions

Shares
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
0

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide
  • 5 General Title Slide.
  • 7 Specific Title Slide for School.
  • 10 This is the first of three slides that show the overall trend data. In this slide the school performance across the years is shown. The principle comparison to be made is between the current year’s performance and the pattern (trend) of the scores across the previous years. Is there a trend? If so, what is the general direction of the trend? If there is a general trend, is this year’s performance consistent with that trend? Remember, the alignment of the performance levels across grades 4, 7, and 10, all other things remaining equal, would result in an increase of 4.1 percentage points for students meeting the standard in 2004 over 2003.
  • 17 Ask the participants what they see in the trends for each of the of the performance levels. Over time, does it appear that students have been moving into higher performance levels? What conclusions might be drawn from the patterns in these trends? Due to the revisions to the performance standards needed to make them more vertically aligned, if all other factors remained the same, you would expect the percent in Level 3 in 2004 to increase by 4.1 percentage points and a corresponding 4.1 percentage point decrease in the percent in Level 2. You would not expect Levels 1 or 4 to be affected by the adjustment to the cut score.
  • 5 General Title Slide.
  • 7 Specific Title Slide for School.
  • 10 This is the first of three slides that show the overall trend data. In this slide the school performance across the years is shown. In 1999 major improvements were made in the quality control procedures associated with the scoring of writing. Therefore, data prior to 1999 are not shown. The principle comparison to be made is between the current year’s performance and the pattern (trend) of the scores across the previous years. Is there a trend? If so, what is the general direction of the trend? If there is a general trend, is this year’s performance consistent with that trend?
  • 5 General Title Slide.
  • 7 Specific Title Slide for School.
  • 10 This is the first of three slides that show the overall trend data. In this slide the school performance across the years is shown. The principle comparison to be made is between the current year’s performance and the pattern (trend) of the scores across the previous years. Is there a trend? If so, what is the general direction of the trend? If there is a general trend, is this year’s performance consistent with that trend? Remember, the alignment of the performance levels across grades 4, 7, and 10, all other things remaining equal, would result in an increase of 3.2 percentage points for students meeting the standard in 2004 over 2003.
  • 17 Ask the participants what they see in the trends for each of the of the performance levels. Over time, does it appear that students have been moving into higher performance levels? What conclusions might be drawn from the patterns in these trends? Due to the revisions to the performance standards needed to make them more vertically aligned, if all other factors remained the same, you would expect the percent in Level 3 in 2004 to increase by 3.2 percentage points. You would also expect to see 1.2 and 2.0 percentage point decreases in Levels 2 and 1 respectively, but you would not expect that Level 4 would be affected.

Transcript

  • 1. WASL Reading Grade 4
  • 2. WASL Reading: 2005-2009
    • Grade 4
  • 3. Grade 4 WASL Reading Performance
  • 4. Grade 4 WASL Reading Performance
  • 5. Progress Towards School Goals – All Students
  • 6. Progress Towards School Goals – American Indian Students
  • 7. Progress Towards School Goals – White Students
  • 8. Progress Towards School Goals – Special Education Students
  • 9. Progress Towards School Goals – Low Income Students
  • 10. Grade 4 WASL Reading Performance Levels Trends
  • 11. Frequency Distribution
  • 12. WASL Reading Grade 4
  • 13. WASL Writing: 2005-2009
    • Grade 4
  • 14. Grade 4 WASL Writing Performance
  • 15. Grade 4 WASL Writing Performance
  • 16. Progress Towards School Goals – All Students
  • 17. Progress Towards School Goals –White Students
  • 18. Progress Towards School Goals – Special Education Students
  • 19. Progress Towards School Goals – Low Income Students
  • 20. WASL Writing: Results by Performance Level
  • 21. Frequency Distribution
  • 22. WASL Mathematics Grade 4
  • 23. WASL Mathematics: 2005-2009
    • Grade 4
  • 24. Grade 4 WASL: Mathematics Performance
  • 25. Grade 4 WASL: Mathematics Performance
  • 26. Progress Towards School Goals – All Students
  • 27. Progress Towards School Goals – White Students
  • 28. Progress Towards School Goals – Low Income Students
  • 29. Grade 4 WASL Mathematics: Performance Levels Trends
  • 30. Frequency Distribution - Math