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May 19th professional development slide show for the School District of Philadelphia

May 19th professional development slide show for the School District of Philadelphia

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  • Becoming Data Wise to Promote Collaborative Inquiry Office of Teaching and Learning Office of Accountability and Assessment
  • Desired Outcomes
    • Create a framework for collaborative work.
    • Develop assessment literacy knowledge and skills to effectively differentiate instruction.
    • Understand, explore and discuss various types of assessments teachers use to modify and differentiate instruction to support all students.
    • Use collaborative inquiry to create an action plan that supports the school plan based on “data wise” decision making.
  • Agenda
    • Welcome
    • Icebreaker
    • Continuum of Assessments
    • Collaborative Inquiry: Video & Article
    • The Consultancy Protocol
    • Connecting Collaborative Work to Assessment Literacy
    • Understanding Assessment
    • A Data Wise District
  • Connection to Previous PD
    • Share a success you have had in implementing a strategy for differentiating instruction.
  • Write-Think-Pair-Share
    • Review the assessments listed on the Continuum of Assessment grid.
    • Check off whether you think each assessment is a Placement, Formative, Diagnostic or Summative assessment.
    • In small groups, use Part 2 of the grid to respond to each listed assignment.
  • Video: Collaborative Inquiry
    • Christy’s Dilemma
    • Video
    • http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational_leadership/feb09/vol66/num05/toc.aspx
  • Jigsaw: “The Collaborative Advantage”
    • All Groups : First five paragraphs
    • Ones: Becoming Data Wise
    • Twos: Research Supports Collaboration
    • Threes: Creating the Right Conditions
    • All Groups: A Culture of Improvement
  • Planning for Collaboration
    • Establish group norms
    • Use protocols to structure conversations
    • Adopt an improvement process
    • “Lesson Plan” for meetings
  • Consultancy Protocol
    • The Consultancy Protocol is a structured process for helping an individual or a team think more expansively about a particular, concrete dilemma.
  • Consultancy Protocol in Action
    • Task Cards
    • Share a dilemma following the Consultancy Protocol
  • Datawise Planning Sequence Reference: Boudett, Kathryn., City, Elizebeth., Murnane, Richard., Data Wise ., Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard Education Press, 2008.
  • A Data Wise District (Necessary Skills)
    • Understand, interpret, and use assessment data correctly Assessment Literacy
    • Use software to access data and create and understand graphic displays of assessment results Acuity
    • Participate productively in collaborative group conversations and protocols
    • Develop, implement, and assess action plans to improve instruction School Improvement Plan
  • Recapping A.M. Session
    • Organized for Collaborative Work
    • Viewed Video
    • Read Article
    • Participated in Protocol
  • Enhanced Assessment System Components
    • Displays the components of the District’s current assessments for 2008-2009
    • Displays the components of the District’s Enhanced Assessment System for 2009-2010
  • The Assessment Plan
    • CTB/Acuity Assessments
    • Unified assessment plan
  • Schoolnet Update
    • No separate log in for Acuity
    • Process to create teacher made materials is shorter compared to Kaplan
  • Why an Enhanced Assessment System?
    • Kaplan recently announced it was leaving the benchmark-test market.
    • This was an opportunity to enhance, unify and refine our Assessment System.
    • BUT, the results from the enhanced system must be integrated into SchoolNet, which is the system that our schools use to access student data.
  • Benchmark Testing (Acuity)- “ No codes to enter. ”
  • Benchmark Assessments
    • Minimal changes
      • Schedule /Number of tests
      • Content
      • Delivery
      • On-line interface
      • Reports
    • New
      • Teacher resources for differentiated instruction.
      • Predictive component added to each benchmark test.
      • New report added to Schoolnet
        • Distractor Analysis Report
  • The Distractor Report Provides the user with reasons why a student most likely chose an answer .
  • Benchmark Testing
    • Same
      • Paper/Pencil Testing and Online Testing
      • Four benchmark tests for 2009-2010 school year
      • Online Testing
        • 7 days to complete testing
        • Results in Schoolnet 24 -48 hours
        • No test code to input -
          • click on an icon to begin test
      • Paper and Pencil Testing
        • Results in Schoolnet 5 days
  • Benchmark Testing
    • Changes
      • Online Testing
        • Will require a password
          • Distribution of passwords - to be determined
  • EAP Educational Assistance Program
    • Required : Students must take 3 approved predictive assessments
    • Currently: Students take a separate test (Acuity)
    • Next Year: Students take only the constructed response portion – Predictive approved with the use of predictive items on Benchmark assessments (Acuity)
  • Early Indicator/Predictive Assessment
    • New Assessment
    • Given in September
    • Provides Baseline Data
    • All multiple choice
    • Predictive to PSSA
  • End-of-Year Assessment
    • Non-PSSA Grades 1,2, 9, & 10
    • Given in June
    • To provide summative data similar to PSSA
    • Used to support end of year decision making
  • Common Assessments (Comprehensive High Schools)
    • Same
      • Math and English only
      • Grades 9, 10 & 11
      • Friday multiple choice / Quiz format
    • Changes
      • New text for English
      • Graded by vendor
      • Results provided every Tuesday
  • Action Plan
    • Apply processes to existing practices
    • Review Enhanced Assessment System
    • Complete the Action Plan
    Work together to create an action plan for your school using the Enhanced Assessment System document
  • Today we:
    • Created a framework for collaborative work.
    • Developed assessment literacy knowledge and skills to effectively differentiate instruction.
    • Gained an Understanding of, explored and discussed various types of assessments teachers use to modify and differentiate instruction to support all students.
    • Used collaborative inquiry to create an action plan that supports the school plan based on “data wise” decision making.
  • Fast Forward 2014
    • Educators use focused collaborative inquiry to reflect on instructional practice
    • Student work and data is analyzed using Enhanced Assessment Systems
    • School Improvement is achieved using the Data Wise Planning Sequence
  • Evaluations
    • Insert website for the evaluation process
  • Thank you for your participation !
    • Children Come First !!!