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Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
Cobalt webinar 2
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  • 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. Webinar 2: Interpreting STNA DataApril 9, 2013COBALTCOLLABORATING TO BUILD ACTION PLANS FOR LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES
  • 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. How did it go?What went well? What advice wouldyou offer?
  • 5. INTERPRETINGSTNA DATA
  • 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. Interpreting STNA Itemsand Constructs• Item-level interpretationso  More nuanced understanding ofthe specific itemso  Allows you to understand specificissues as strengths or weaknesses
  • 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. What data doesSTNA report?
  • 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. What do the data sayabout my school?•  Very Positive•  One high peak•  No dissent“We’re all good…”
  • 12. What do the data sayabout my school?•  Largely negative•  One high peak•  Some dissent•  Everyone is aware“We are not pleased…”
  • 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. What do the data sayabout my school?•  Generally positive•  A few who disagree•  Some unawareness“MOST of us are OK with this…”
  • 15. What do the data sayabout my school?•  Mixed responses•  No dominant peaks“We’re all over the place…”
  • 16. What do the data sayabout my school?"I use technology tosupport and increasemy professionalproductivity."Classroom Practices: Teaching and Learning
  • 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. EXAMPLE:PLEASANTVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
  • 19. Pleasantville High SchoolConstruct: Vision1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  • 20. Pleasantville High SchoolConstruct: Planning and Budget1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  • 21. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7Pleasantville High SchoolConstruct: Planning and Budget
  • 22. Pleasantville High SchoolConstruct: Infrastructure and Staff Support1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  • 23. Pleasantville High SchoolConstruct: Professional Development Quality1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  • 24. Pleasantville High SchoolConstruct: Teacher Technology Use1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
  • 25. NEXT STEPS
  • 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. Next MeetingRSVP for the face to face workshop atThe Friday Institute April 19 or 20by responding to the survey posted inEpic
  • 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. www.epiced.org  

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