Finding Meaning in NWEA Data

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Finding Meaning in NWEA Data
Eric Lehew, Executive Director, Poway Unified School District, CA
Fusion 2012, the NWEA summer conference in Portland, Oregon

MAP data reports can be overwhelming. Making sense of how to use Descartes can be daunting. This session will share strategies, teacher videos and other resources to support teachers on the use of MAP data and Descartes statements to inform instruction. Strategies for using MAP with students will also be shared.

Learning outcome:
- Instructional decision making with key MAP reports
- Managing and effectively Descartes as an instructional tool
- Engaging students as active participants in your MAP process

Map using district for over 10 years and have developed a variety of tools to support student, teacher and parent participation with MAP data.

Audience:
- New data user
- District leadership
- Curriculum and Instruction



With a vision to expand virtual learning to all students, Beaufort County Schools has adopted an “Everywhere, All the Time” approach to education. The virtual summer school is not only intended to reduce summer learning loss, but also to engage parents as their child’s “learning coach.” The presentation will address the creative thoughts behind the virtual summer school, the implementation and logistics of managing such a system, and results.

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    2. 2. Individual Student Goal Planning Benchmark to Growth Benchmark Targets to State Correlations CorrelationSummative to StateAssessment Assessment
    3. 3. Kerri King – Los Penasquitos:- Video available on Learningpoint.org- Username: pusdmap- Username: pusdMAP
    4. 4. 8. Students Engaging with DesCartesStudents in Jeanine Ugalde’s Class:- Video available on Learningpoint.org- Username: pusdmap- Username: pusdMAP
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    6. 6. 1. Clear Criteria, appropriate difficulty, determined with the student 2. Opportunities for students to evaluate their own performance, using clear examples and objectives. 3. Evaluation of the student’s use of their own evaluation strategies.4. Creating new learning goals based upon personal reflection ofperformance.
    7. 7. Goal Setting in Middle School Math Julie Harris – Black Mountain Middle School - Video available on Learningpoint.org - Username: pusdmap - Username: pusdMAP
    8. 8. Using Data in the Content Areas Sarah Tarretto – Twin Peaks - Video available on Learningpoint.org - Username: pusdmap - - Username: pusdMAP
    9. 9. 1. Clear Criteria, appropriate difficulty, determined with the student 2. Opportunities for students to evaluate their own performance, using clear examples and objectives. 3. Evaluation of the student’s use of their own evaluation strategies.4. Creating new learning goals based upon personal reflection ofperformance.
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