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Vision

International School, Qatar


Data Inventory
Margareta Tripsa
Data Source Content Area Dates of Collection Students Accessibility Current Data Use More Effective Use
Assessed
IXL ELA and math Throughout the year grades 1 teachers Ongoing data on Correlate students need
teachers through 10. student with IXL practice (currently
performance for the focus is on quantity not
grouping quality- the number of
problems solved by each
student)
Readers ELA Throughout the year 3rd through teachers Ongoing data on Collaboration among grade
Workshop model (weekly or bi-monthly) 10th grade student levels for establishing
performance for common success criteria
grouping and rubrics to ensure
consistency
Writers ELA Throughout the year 3rd through teachers Ongoing data on Collaboration among grade
Workshop (weekly or bi-monthly) 10th grade student levels for establishing
performance for common success criteria
grouping and rubrics to ensure
consistency
Classroom All subjects Throughout the year All grades teachers Monitor student Use data strategically to
assessments (weekly or bi-monthly) development, monitor success of various
instructional instructional practices, and
planning, inform find solutions to address
level of support learning problems or to find
needed by each enrichment opportunities
student; for particular students

Common All subjects Throughout the year All grades teachers Monitor student Examine trends, analyze the
classroom/grade (more or less development, correlation between
level frequency depending o instructional standards- instruction- and
assessments grade levels) planning, inform assessment, item analysis
level of support
needed by each
student
MAP Reading and Three times a year 3rd through Principal, Use broad scores Data discussions about
Math (fall, winter, spring) 10th grade individual to identify broad grade level/ individual class
teachers, subject areas in needs for improvements or
parents need of enrichments;
improvement, Examine disaggregated
compare school scores by various student
achievement with groups to identify
typical achievement gaps, develop
performance of strategies to close
students in the US; achievement gaps;
Identify trends across
classroom/grade level,
identify student learning
problem(s), attempt to find
solution(s)
Words Their Way ELA Three times a year K through Teachers, Monitor student Inform Instruction/Track
Spelling 10th grade curriculum development, spelling development of
Inventory director instructional student over time and
planning, inform provide appropriate
level of support interventions when needed.
needed by each
student;
Used to determine
spelling needs of
individual
students.
Unit All subjects At the end of each unit K through teachers Monitor student Data discussions about
Assessments (on average monthly) 10th grade performance grade level/ individual class
throughout the needs for improvements or
year; enrichments;
planning units to Examine disaggregated
provide scores by various student
appropriate groups to identify
differentiation. achievement gaps, develop
strategies to close
achievement gaps;
Identify trends across
classroom/grade level,
identify student learning
problem(s), attempt to find
solution(s)
Creative ELA, math, At the end of each unit Pre-K and teachers Monitor student Data discussions about
Curriculum Gold science KG1 performance grade level/ individual class
Assessment throughout the needs for improvements or
year; enrichments;
planning units to Examine disaggregated
provide scores by various student
appropriate groups to identify
differentiation. achievement gaps, develop
strategies to close
achievement gaps;
Identify trends across
classroom/grade level,
identify student learning
problem(s), attempt to find
solution(s)
Fountas and ELA Fall, winter, summer K through Teachers, Monitor student Data discussions about
Pinnell 10th principal, performance grade level/ individual class
curriculum throughout the needs for improvements or
director, year; enrichments;
parents Use data for Examine disaggregated
instructional scores by various student
planning groups to identify
purposes; inform achievement gaps, develop
level of support strategies to close
needed by each achievement gaps;
student Identify trends across
classroom/grade level,
identify student learning
problem(s), attempt to find
solution(s)
Other Student-Level Information
What other student-level information does your school collect?
None.




Data Wish List
Are there any other types of assessment data you would like to see your school collect and use to improve instruction?
Standardized test data Developmental Reading Assessment (DRA)
English language proficiency assessment data such as ACCESS Progress Skills Checklists (PSCLs)
Assessment for gifted kids such as Co-Gat
Reading fluency test for lower elementary students such as Dibels.