Our Road on the MAP to Success!

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Our Road on the MAP to Success!
Shannon Chapman, Principal, Diane Herzfeldt, Research & Assessment, Menominee Tribal School, WI
Fusion 2012, the NWEA summer conference in Portland, Oregon

This session will provide schools that are in their first few years of MAP administration with an overview of the structural components to consider as they use data, set up schedules, communicate with/involve parents, and incorporate a variety of instructional resources. Menominee Tribal School will share their evolution to data-based decision making, using MAP data, to inform planning and instruction. We have shown tremendous growth since we started MAP assessments. Come and hear our story!

Learning outcome:
- Using data to set up structures for success in reading
- Motivating others to create transformation in school culture

Audience:
- New data user

MTS is a BIE-funded school serving 190 students in grades K-8. Nearly 90% of our students qualify for free-reduced lunch. MTS ranks #3 of all BIE Reads Schools in reading achievement. My role is Principal/Administrator - I oversee curriculum, instruction, day-to-day operations, as well as budget and reporting accountability.

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Our Road on the MAP to Success!

  1. 1. Menominee Tribal School Presenters: Shannon Chapman & Diane Herzfeldt
  2. 2. Our dedicated staff!
  3. 3. History of Our SchoolMenominee Tribal School is a tribally controlled grant school funded through the Bureau of Indian EducationOwned by the tribe, our school serves students who document ¼ blood quantum of federally recognized tribesOur school was started in August of 1990 and was formally St. Anthony’s Catholic SchoolOur school is proud to be culture-based and dedicated to the promotion of the Menominee Language and culture
  4. 4. Menominee Tribal School Demographics Rural K-8 School serving 191 students 44% of children are living in poverty 13.7% unemployment 84% of students qualify for free or reduced lunch
  5. 5. Why the need for NWEA MapTesting?  Low WKCE Scores  Need for more detailed data to develop school goals  Increase in proficiency levels (NCLB)  Common Core Standards
  6. 6. Data, data, data!Assessments• DIBELS• STAR Reading• STAR Math• Odyssey• NWEA• WKCE (3-8)• Terra Nova (K-2)
  7. 7. What do wedo with it all?• Data retreats 3x year to analyze the reports• Grade level goal setting• Action planning• Individual goal setting• Student data binders• Data wall• Time & Content grids• Set up student intervention programs as well as enrichment programming• Family Nights to teach parents how to read the NWEA reports and promoting family involvement in education
  8. 8. Menominee Tribal School is ranked #3 in theHow did BIE Reads! program, whichwe get is based on student readinghere? achievement in grades K-5.
  9. 9. Year 1 2008-2009Summer Data Retreats based on WKCE  Facilitated by Kris Wells, KPS Principal  Analyzed WKCE data  Developed goals and objectives  Needed more in-depth dataNWEA enters the picture….  Needed to secure teacher buy-in  Needed professional development for administration, teachers, IT, etc.  Need to learn the various administrative features  Class Roster Files  Downloading tests, etc.  How to manage it all?  Scheduling  Student orientation to test  Tests are proctored by teachers, adminFall 2008: MAP test administered K-8 followed by Spring 2009 test
  10. 10. Year 22009-2010Summer Data Retreat -August 2009 Facilitated by school administrators Analyze WKCE data and our “new” MAP data Learn to print Teacher Reports from NWEA Analyze Teacher Reports from 2008- 2009  HIGHLIGHTERS   Two Grade Levels Below  At-Risk  At Grade Level  Above Grade level Compare to WKCE Graphs
  11. 11. Year 2 Continued Analyzed 2008-2009 data using the Class Breakdown by Strand by grade levels  What was the highest scoring strand?  What was the lowest scoring strand?  What does this mean?  What adjustments can be made for next term? Projected 2009 WKCE scores with MAP Data 2009-2010 Administered MAP test 3x: Fall, Winter, Spring  Due to on-site technical difficulties with primary test only grades 2-8 were tested
  12. 12. Year 3 2010-2011 This 2010 August data retreat was the first time we had an outside consultant come to help us analyze our MAP data During this 3-day retreat Becky helped our staff go more in depth in analyzing past WKCE data and make observations and hypotheses for math and reading Our staff also analyzed our MAP data and discussed trends and possible strategies for improvement Staff wrote reading and math goals for the 2010-2011 School Year
  13. 13. Year 3 Continued Under Becky’s guidance our staff continued to analyze the data by strands and write goals for the area with the most improvement need. In addition to writing data-based goals for reading and math, Becky facilitated the creation of a grade-level unit action plan to assist in our goal achievement Students Grades 2-8 were tested in fall, winter, & spring of 2010-2011
  14. 14. Year 4 2011-2012 The MAP test was administered to grades K-8.  The Terra Nova test was replaced with the MAP Primary Test in order to have more timely and in-depth data Data Meetings held after each testing period (Fall, Winter, Summer)  Analyze data trends and how they correlate to action plans  Descartes was explored more in depth to inform instruction  More staff ownership of grade-level unit goals and action plans  Data used to inform after-school tutoring program, math intervention period (RTI), special education, GT, etc
  15. 15. What are we doing now?
  16. 16. Students are setting goalsDelete
  17. 17. Special Education and thetutoring program are using the data
  18. 18. Staff is becomingStaff more involved with is becoming more involved DesCartes with DesCartes and learning about it’s many applications.
  19. 19. Students are taking ownership of theirscores and strive to do their best!
  20. 20. Is it working?
  21. 21. How do we transfer everything to classroom instruction? Start on No Time Interruptions Homework & Parent Involvement Teach coreprogram with Fidelity Make every day count!
  22. 22. Integrating technology
  23. 23. Motivation for LearningINVOLVE PARENTS AND FAMILIES - AND MAKE IT MEMORABLE!
  24. 24. So…what’s next? Contact InformationShannon Chapman schapman@mitw.orgDiane Herzfeldt dherzfeldt@mitw.org

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