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Barrena Admin MAP Data Session Cobham March 2014
Barrena Admin MAP Data Session Cobham March 2014
Barrena Admin MAP Data Session Cobham March 2014
Barrena Admin MAP Data Session Cobham March 2014
Barrena Admin MAP Data Session Cobham March 2014
Barrena Admin MAP Data Session Cobham March 2014
Barrena Admin MAP Data Session Cobham March 2014
Barrena Admin MAP Data Session Cobham March 2014
Barrena Admin MAP Data Session Cobham March 2014
Barrena Admin MAP Data Session Cobham March 2014
Barrena Admin MAP Data Session Cobham March 2014
Barrena Admin MAP Data Session Cobham March 2014
Barrena Admin MAP Data Session Cobham March 2014
Barrena Admin MAP Data Session Cobham March 2014
Barrena Admin MAP Data Session Cobham March 2014
Barrena Admin MAP Data Session Cobham March 2014
Barrena Admin MAP Data Session Cobham March 2014
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Barrena Admin MAP Data Session Cobham March 2014

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NWEA MAP Presentation for International School Administrators on ways to use MAP and other data from the Board to the classroom. Cobham, UK: March 2014

NWEA MAP Presentation for International School Administrators on ways to use MAP and other data from the Board to the classroom. Cobham, UK: March 2014

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  • 1. MAP: LEADING WITH DATA 29 MARCH 2014 13:15 - 14:15 Yolanda Barrena
  • 2. WHAT DATA DO YOU HAVE? STUDENT REPORT/ GRADES READING LEVELS: DRA/ FOUNTAS & PINNELL/ LEXILE PSAT IBDP SCORES ATTENDANCE ISA / ERB SCORES AP SCORES
  • 3. Other Comparative Data Anywhere International School
  • 4. • WHEN is your data available throughout the year? - Fall/ Winter / Spring? - Quarterly? - Set testing/ data return dates? • District/ Divisional Administration Lenses - 30,000 Meter View/ Board and District Data - 10,000 Meter View/ Divisional Data - 1000 Meter View/ Grade Level & Department Data - On the Ground / In the Classrooms Impacting Instruction Define Timeframe & Purpose
  • 5. • The Board and District Level MAP Data - Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) - Comparison to regional/ all international school - International Competitiveness 30,000 Meter View
  • 6. Regional Comparatives How do we measure up? Greater than? Less than?
  • 7. District Summary Report How does our data look over time? What should we pull for our KPI’s? Are there any trends in the goal strands that are clear? Were there any changes in program or other factors? Anywhere International School
  • 8. KPIs
  • 9. Comparative Growth Anywhere International School Anywhere International School
  • 10. • Divisional Data 10,000 Meter View
  • 11. • Grade Level & Department Data 1,000 Meter View Anywhere International School
  • 12. Looking at Grade Level Goal Strands Word Analysis and Vocabulary Lit Response & Analysis Literal Comprehension NWEA Strand Average to Anywhere Int. Sch. Average NWEA Strand Average to Anywhere Int. Sch. Average NWEA Strand Average to Anywhere Int. Sch. Average
  • 13. MAP Data EARLY Intervention/ Extension Early Gifted Identification EarlySupportIdentification
  • 14. Data for Student Support (SST)
  • 15. • In the Classroom • Resource Allocation • Flexible Groupings & Differentiation • Impacting Instruction • Class by RIT • Goal Strand by RIT On The Ground
  • 16. In The Classroom What do you see when you start looking at your class in relation to certain skill goal strands? With this being the area with the largest group of lower students...what are your thoughts?
  • 17. Thank you! QUESTIONS?

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