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Weekly Assessments

& 1st Benchmark


Results
A Presentation for
7th Grade Language Arts Teachers
November 9-10, 2011

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Data in Practice
When the cook tastes the soup, that's
formative evaluation. When the guests
taste the soup that is summative
evaluation. ~ Bob Stake

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Overview
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Oct21 Assessment
Objectives Questions - % Incorrect

Oct21 Assessment
By Objectives 2.01,5.01, 6.01 - % Rating

Oct21 Assessment # of Non-Proficient

1st Benchmark Results Class Overall %

1st Benchmark Results - % By Objectives

What Now?
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Guiding
Questions
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What are the results? What pops out?

How would you summarize the data?

What do the results mean for your school? district?

How will we reteach those who have not learned


or mastered the objectives?

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October 21st
Assessments
Presentations

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Oct. 21st Assessment


Class

Teacher

Obj.

Questions

%Incorrect

G HB

2.01

#13

100

C1 HB

2.01

#6, #10

100

S HB

2.01

#13

100

L HB

5.01

#19

93.8

B HB

5.01

#15, #20

93.8

C2 HB

2.01

#13

94.1

OHB

2.01

#13

94.4

B HB

2.01

#13

91.3

R HB

2.01

#13

95.0

E HB

2.01, 501 #13, #19


6

93.8

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Oct. 21st Assessment


Class

Teacher

Obj. 201 Obj.


5.01

Obj.
6.01

Overall
Rating

G HB

43.08

38.5

49.1

44.1

C1 HB

41.7

44.4

32.1

39.2

S HB

40.3

48.0

42.0

43.2

L HB

38.4

19.8

42.0

34.1

B HB

38.4

20.8

38.4

33.1

C2 HB

60.5

65.7

61.3

62.4

OHB

38.1

29.6

37.3

35.3

B HB

46.6

56.5

46.6

49.6

R HB

56.4

71.7

62.1

63.0

E HB

31.3

26.0

37.5

31.9

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Oct. 21st Assessment


Number of Students Non-Proficient

Class

Teacher

Total #
of

Obj. 201 Obj.


5.01

Obj.
6.01

Students
Griffin HB

Griffin

16

14

15

12

Cox HB

Cox

12

11

12

12

Snow HB

Cox

17

15

14

14

Lee HB

Griffin

16

14

15

14

Burwell HB

Griffin

16

15

15

14

Crowder HB

Ruffin

17

10

12

Orbita HB

Ruffin

18

15

17

18

Bayley HB

Ruffin

23

19

16

19

Ruffin HB

Ruffin

20

14

10

Eley HB

Griffin

16

14

15

16

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October 28th
Assessments
Presentations

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Oct. 28th Assessment


Class

Teacher

Obj.

Questions

%Incorrect

G HB

2.01

#6, #10

66.7

C1 HB

2.01

#10

68.4

S HB

5.01

#15, #20

93.8

L HB

2.01

#10

73.3

B HB

2.01

#6, #10

63.6

C2 HB

2.01

#10

57.1

OHB

2.01

#14

81.1

B HB

2.01

#14

100

R HB

2.01

#6, #10

55.6

E HB

2.01

#15, #10

66.7

10

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Oct. 28th Assessment


Class

Teacher

Obj.

Questions

%Incorrect

G HB

2.01

#6, #10

66.7

2.01

#9

57.1

1.02

#8

38.1

2.01

#4

33.3

2.01

#5

33.3

2.01

#12

33.3

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Oct. 28th Assessment


Class

Teacher

Obj.
1.02

Obj.
2.01

Obj.
6.01

Overall
Rating

G HB

47.6

38.1

61.9

49.2

C1 HB

31.6

42.1

26.3

33.3

S HB

38.4

20.8

38.4

33.1

L HB

46.7

6.7

40

31.1

B HB

54.5

36.4

81.8

57.6

C2 HB

64.3

50

64.3

59.5

OHB

42.9

47.6

95.2

61.9

B HB

41.2

13.7

R HB

38.9

44.4

44.4

42.6

E HB

30.4

73.9

78.3

60.9

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Oct. 28th Assessment


Number of Students Non-Proficient

Class

Teacher

Total #
of

Obj.
1.02

Obj.
2.01

Obj.
6.01

Students
G HB

21

11

13

C1 HB

19

13

11

14

S HB

16

15

15

14

L HB

15

14

B HB

11

C2 HB

14

OHB

21

12

11

B HB

17

17

17

10

R HB

20

17

10

E HB

23

16

13

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1st Benchmark Test


Results
Presentations

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1st Benchmark Test


Results
Class

Teacher

Total # of

Class %

Students
G HB

23

50

C1 HB

19

42

S HB

17

49

L HB

23

48

B HB

19

51

C2 HB

19

62

OHB

18

44

B HB

21

60

R HB

24

64

E HB

20

44

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1st Benchmark Test


Results
Class

Teacher

Obj. 1.0 Obj. 2.0 Obj. 3.0 Obj. 5.0 Obj. 5.0 Obj. 6.0

G HB

43.9

54.5

56.1

50

40.9

56.4

C1 HB

26.7

60

41.7

43.8

44

44

S HB

39.8

61.1

40.7

59.7

50

52

L HB

36.5

48.8

44.4

56

47.6

58.1

B HB

37.7

57.9

53.5

53.9

50.5

54.7

C2 HB

59.6

55.3

53.5

78.9

48.4

77.9

OHB

41.7

54.2

35.2

50

43.3

46.7

B HB

46

65.5

53.2

70.2

54.3

75.2

R HB

52.8

64.6

56.9

79.2

55

80

E HB

40

51.2

37.5

52.5

44

45

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1st Benchmark Test Results


Class

Teacher

Objectives

Questions

# of Students
Correct

Griffin HB

Griffin

2.01a, 5.02a

#8, #17

3, 2

Lee HB

Griffin

1.02a,3.01g

#11&13, #26

4 & 4, 2

Burwell HB

Griffin

2.01a,1.02c

#8, #9

2,3

Eley HB

Griffin

2.01a,5.02c,3.01c

8,17,29

44

Cox HB

Cox

5.01b,
5.01d,1.02e,1.02a,5.02c

2,3,10,13,17

3,4,4,1,4,4

Snow HB

Cox

2.01a, 1.02c,1.02e,5.02a, 8,9,11,15,17


5.02c,

Crowder HB

Ruffin

2.01c,2.01a,5.02a,5.02c

7,8,15,17

3,3,2,3

Orbita HB

Ruffin

5.01b,1.02c,1.02a

2,9,13

4,4,4

Bayley HB

Ruffin

5.02c

17

Ruffin HB

Ruffin

5.02c

17

17

1,4,4,3,3

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What Now?
Plans for Corrective Teaching

1. Status Quo; grouping: 2H + 2L =


peer teaching

2. Learning Centers: same objectives


but different tasks

3. Regrouping of students based on


the objectives and teacher mastery

STARS - READING

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For Nov. 10th


Meeting
1

Present October 28th Weekly Assessment Data

Answer the Guiding Questions

No Need to Reinvent the Wheel.


Use this PowerPoint template.

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