e-asTTle - so what?  From testing tool to teaching tool.
It is a test but what can we use it for?• Inform teaching of - whole class, groups   and individuals.• Together with stude...
To inform your teaching...Whole Class - Group Learning PathwayGroup - Group Learning Pathway            Learning Intention...
To inform your teaching...Individual - Individual Learning Pathway
To make a group...1. Identify groups from the tabular report. If opened in NUMBERS you can sort the   overall level to gro...
To make a group...5.   Fill in the information in the filters. Then click search...6.   Select your students...(all year 7...
To make a group...5.    Fill in the information in the filters. Then click search...6.   Select your students...(all year ...
Setting Individual Targets...Individual - Individual Learning Pathway
Setting Individual Targets...Group - Group Learning Pathways                      Student Target Setting                Go...
Teaching as Inquiry...           Providing formative evaluation - 0.90 (3) Hattie (2009)- How well are my students are pro...
Triangulating data...(OTJ)2010, PROBE, WRITING, READING  MATHEMATICS, iKAN, GloSS    Name        2010 - Reading    2010 Wr...
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  1. 1. e-asTTle - so what? From testing tool to teaching tool.
  2. 2. It is a test but what can we use it for?• Inform teaching of - whole class, groups and individuals.• Together with students you can identify their next learning steps.• Use it as a formative tool and to inquire in to your own practice.The power in teachers setting more powerful goals, engaging students inthe learning towards these goals, and giving students the confidence toset and attain their goals (Hattie,2009).
  3. 3. To inform your teaching...Whole Class - Group Learning PathwayGroup - Group Learning Pathway Learning Intentions & Success Criteria Teacher Clarity - 0.75 effect size (8) (Hattie, 2009)
  4. 4. To inform your teaching...Individual - Individual Learning Pathway
  5. 5. To make a group...1. Identify groups from the tabular report. If opened in NUMBERS you can sort the overall level to group students. 2. Click manage students. 3. Add new group. 4. Fill in the required information and click continue.
  6. 6. To make a group...5. Fill in the information in the filters. Then click search...6. Select your students...(all year 7 or 8 students will show on the screen) then selectcontinue.
  7. 7. To make a group...5. Fill in the information in the filters. Then click search...6. Select your students...(all year 7 or 8 students will show on the screen) then selectcontinue. 7. In the next screen click save and you can now view reports for this group.
  8. 8. Setting Individual Targets...Individual - Individual Learning Pathway
  9. 9. Setting Individual Targets...Group - Group Learning Pathways Student Target Setting Goals - 0.56 effect size (34) (Hattie, 2009)
  10. 10. Teaching as Inquiry... Providing formative evaluation - 0.90 (3) Hattie (2009)- How well are my students are progressing?- What impact is my teaching having on thestudents?
  11. 11. Triangulating data...(OTJ)2010, PROBE, WRITING, READING MATHEMATICS, iKAN, GloSS Name 2010 - Reading 2010 Writing e-asTTle Reading PROBE e-asTTle Writing Jack - Y7 Below Well Below 2a 8-9 2a Jill - Y8 St 7 3b 4p 12.5-13.5 3p Name Literal Reorganisation Inference Vocabulary Evaluation Reaction Jack - Y7 Jill - Y8

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