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Cobalt webinar 2

  1. 1. This  web  conference  begins  at  1:00  p.m.  EDT    Please  run  the  “Audio  Setup  Wizard”  before  we  begin.    COBALTCOLLABORATING TO BUILD ACTION PLANS FOR LEARNING TECHNOLOGIESPlease  Note:  This  webinar  will  be  recorded.  
  2. 2. Webinar 2: Interpreting STNA DataApril 9, 2013COBALTCOLLABORATING TO BUILD ACTION PLANS FOR LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES
  3. 3. COBALT  Program  Components  March  19  Intro  to    COBALT  &  STNA  Webinar  1  March  20-­‐April  7  Administer  STNA  and  parJcipate  in  the  community  discussion  April  9  InterpreJng    STNA  Data  Webinar  2  April  19  or  20  Developing  a    Data-­‐driven  AcJon  Plan  (Friday  InsJtute)    April  30  Refining  a    Data-­‐driven  AcJon  Plan  Webinar  3    Share  and  learn  through  discussion  in  the  online  COBALT  group  A  cerJficate  of  compleJon  for  10  hours  will  be  awarded  at  the  end  of  this  program  that  can  be  taken  back  to  your  district  for  conJnuing  educaJon  credits.    
  4. 4. How did it go?What went well? What advice wouldyou offer?
  5. 5. INTERPRETINGSTNA DATA
  6. 6. Interpreting STNA Itemsand Constructs• Construct-level interpretationso  General overview of the broad constructo  Examine pattern of results within eachconstructo  Examine how pattern differ from otherconstructso  Allows you to identify broad areas asstrengths or weaknesses
  7. 7. Interpreting STNA Itemsand Constructs• Item-level interpretationso  More nuanced understanding ofthe specific itemso  Allows you to understand specificissues as strengths or weaknesses
  8. 8. How is STNA datainterpreted?For each item, look at the profile…o  Generally positive or negative?o  Number of peaks?o  Height of peaks?o  Different than other items?
  9. 9. What data doesSTNA report?
  10. 10. How is STNA datainterpreted?Strongly Agree & Agree = Good!Neither Agree nor Disagree = Fence-sitters; UndecidedDisagree & Strongly Disagree = Not so goodDo Not Know = We arent aware
  11. 11. What do the data sayabout my school?•  Very Positive•  One high peak•  No dissent“We’re all good…”
  12. 12. What do the data sayabout my school?•  Largely negative•  One high peak•  Some dissent•  Everyone is aware“We are not pleased…”
  13. 13. What do the data sayabout my school?“We didn’t get that email…”•  Multiple peaks•  Relatively low peaks•  Lack of strong feelings•  Large number of"Do Not Know"
  14. 14. What do the data sayabout my school?•  Generally positive•  A few who disagree•  Some unawareness“MOST of us are OK with this…”
  15. 15. What do the data sayabout my school?•  Mixed responses•  No dominant peaks“We’re all over the place…”
  16. 16. What do the data sayabout my school?"I use technology tosupport and increasemy professionalproductivity."Classroom Practices: Teaching and Learning
  17. 17. What do the data sayabout my school?"Students use the samekinds of tools thatprofessional researchersuse, e.g., simulations,databases, satellite imagery."Classroom Practices: Teachingand Learning
  18. 18. EXAMPLE:PLEASANTVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
  19. 19. Pleasantville High SchoolConstruct: Vision1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  20. 20. Pleasantville High SchoolConstruct: Planning and Budget1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  21. 21. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7Pleasantville High SchoolConstruct: Planning and Budget
  22. 22. Pleasantville High SchoolConstruct: Infrastructure and Staff Support1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  23. 23. Pleasantville High SchoolConstruct: Professional Development Quality1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  24. 24. Pleasantville High SchoolConstruct: Teacher Technology Use1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
  25. 25. NEXT STEPS
  26. 26. Next Steps•  Review your STNA data•  Epic Ed Discussion:o  What are your areas of strengths according toSTNA? What strategies did you use to build thosestrengths?
  27. 27. Next MeetingRSVP for the face to face workshop atThe Friday Institute April 19 or 20by responding to the survey posted inEpic
  28. 28.    Contact Us!Nancy  Mangum  COBALT  Consultant  nkmangum@gmail.com  Danny  Stanhope  STNA  Guru  daniel.s.stanhope@gmail.com    Shaun  Kellogg  Community  Manager  sbkellog@ncsu.edu    Sherry  Booth  Project  Manager  sherry_booth@ncsu.edu  Lauren  Bryan  COBALT  ParJcipant  Liaison  Lauren_Bryant@ncsu.edu  Jaclyn  Bell  COBALT  Consultant  jlbell@ncsu.edu  
  29. 29. www.epiced.org  

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