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Climbing to Success
with
Data
Creating a Culture of Data at P3A
Using MAP Data to Measure Growth and Set Goals
March26, 20...
Objectives
• Explore the Districts Mandated MAP Assessment
• Set Classroom Goals for all student, focusing on
the bottom a...
Socrative
Student Engagement
• m.socrative.com
• Room number : 773257
MAP Understanding The
What and Why
• Measures of Academic Progress
• Purpose
Identifies instructional level of each stude...
MAP is a
Norm & Criterion Reference Test
• A norm referenced test gives “%-ile” scores. A
criterion referenced test, like ...
Locating the Sweet Spot
• The test will continue adapting items, to find
the student’s “sweet spot”. It is the goal to get...
What Is RIT
• RIT is the measurement used by the MAP testing
system
• Student scores are reported as a RIT, which is an
ac...
RIT Scale
• The RIT scale is equal intervals
– A 3 point RIT growth represents the same growth
no matter where the student...
Student Expected Growth
• A student’s expected growth depends on what
RIT score they received. The higher the student is
o...
Normative RIT Values
Student Lockdown Browser
Teacher site
Classroom Reports
• Login
• https://detroitps-admin.mapnwea.org
• User Name and Password
ASG Report
Class Breakdown by Goal
DesCartes: A continuum of Learning
Instructional Resources
Projected Proficiency Summary Report
Teacher/Class Report
Teacher Activity
School-Wide Goal Setting
Setting Growth Goals
For All Students
Developing an Student Action Plan
• Goals without an action plan are just wishful
thinking
https://nwea.adobeconnect.com/_...
Student Goal Setting Worksheet
Student Progress Report
For Parents
School Reports
• Administration
• School
Leadership
Team
Project Proficiency Report
Total School Growth Report
District Summary Report
by Goal Performance
Grade Report
Student Growth Summary Report
MAP Resources
Improving Academic Achievement
Testing Resumes
• STAR Testing April 2nd-16th
• MAP Testing April 28th –May 13th
Exit Ticket
NWEA MAP Presentation: Palmer Park Preparatory Academy Mrs. Davis
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NWEA MAP Presentation: Palmer Park Preparatory Academy Mrs. Davis

  1. 1. Climbing to Success with Data Creating a Culture of Data at P3A Using MAP Data to Measure Growth and Set Goals March26, 2014 Angelita Davis, MikkiZackary and Renae Williams: Presenters Palmer Park Preparatory Academy Data Dialogue
  2. 2. Objectives • Explore the Districts Mandated MAP Assessment • Set Classroom Goals for all student, focusing on the bottom and top % • Ideas and resources for Student Data Binders • Web 2.0 Resources that target the Deficient • Parent Reports • Teacher training Resources (knowlegeacademy.nwea.org, free webinars, Quick Reference, and Spark community etc.
  3. 3. Socrative Student Engagement • m.socrative.com • Room number : 773257
  4. 4. MAP Understanding The What and Why • Measures of Academic Progress • Purpose Identifies instructional level of each student Monitors academic growth Adjust instruction to fit the instructional level of the student Engage students Students understand what their scores mean and have a target to shoot for on the next assessment
  5. 5. MAP is a Norm & Criterion Reference Test • A norm referenced test gives “%-ile” scores. A criterion referenced test, like STAR, gives levels of achievement (advanced, proficient, basic, etc.) based on actual skills a student has achieved, rather than comparison to a group of other students. • NWEA gives both.
  6. 6. Locating the Sweet Spot • The test will continue adapting items, to find the student’s “sweet spot”. It is the goal to get to the point where students are 50% correct and 50% incorrect. • MAP gives teachers a more accurate assessment of where students are academically, especially for those students at the extreme end of the scale.
  7. 7. What Is RIT • RIT is the measurement used by the MAP testing system • Student scores are reported as a RIT, which is an acronym for Rausch Instructional Unit. • Map suggests looking at it as “Ready for Instruction Today” – Higher the student RIT Score the less growth you will see – Lower the student RIT Score the more room they have to grow
  8. 8. RIT Scale • The RIT scale is equal intervals – A 3 point RIT growth represents the same growth no matter where the student fall on the RIT scale and no matter what grade they are in Example : A RIT scale of 175 for a 3rd grader maybe the same score for an 11th grader.
  9. 9. Student Expected Growth • A student’s expected growth depends on what RIT score they received. The higher the student is on the RIT scale, the less growth you will see. The lower they are, the more room they have to grow. • Example, you measure a 3rd graders physical height in the doorway and measure an 11th grader’s physical height. You expect the 3rd grader to grow more because he/she has more room to grow.
  10. 10. Normative RIT Values
  11. 11. Student Lockdown Browser
  12. 12. Teacher site
  13. 13. Classroom Reports • Login • https://detroitps-admin.mapnwea.org • User Name and Password
  14. 14. ASG Report
  15. 15. Class Breakdown by Goal
  16. 16. DesCartes: A continuum of Learning Instructional Resources
  17. 17. Projected Proficiency Summary Report
  18. 18. Teacher/Class Report
  19. 19. Teacher Activity
  20. 20. School-Wide Goal Setting
  21. 21. Setting Growth Goals For All Students
  22. 22. Developing an Student Action Plan • Goals without an action plan are just wishful thinking https://nwea.adobeconnect.com/_a203290506/cgicalculator/ Conditional Growth Index Calculator https://nwea.adobeconnect.com/_a203290506/snc/ Norms School Calculator
  23. 23. Student Goal Setting Worksheet
  24. 24. Student Progress Report For Parents
  25. 25. School Reports • Administration • School Leadership Team
  26. 26. Project Proficiency Report
  27. 27. Total School Growth Report
  28. 28. District Summary Report by Goal Performance
  29. 29. Grade Report
  30. 30. Student Growth Summary Report
  31. 31. MAP Resources Improving Academic Achievement
  32. 32. Testing Resumes • STAR Testing April 2nd-16th • MAP Testing April 28th –May 13th
  33. 33. Exit Ticket

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