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  1. Data Data Data R E A D I N G Coaches Academy 2012-2013

  2. BITE SIZE

  3. BITE SIZE • Activity #1: District Heat Map • Activity #2: Data Tool • Activity #3: SE/Test Item Connection

  4. District Heat Map

  5. Here’s How It Works… • Work with your shoulder partner • Each pair will get different colored highlighters (blue, pink, green, yellow, for example) • Each pair at your table will have an SE chart; however, the charts will not be the same • One pair gets a 6th grade chart, one gets the 7th grade chart and so on down the line…so each table ends up with grades 6-EngIish I • Decide amongst yourselves who will do which chart…

  6. Partner A go to the table and get the chart for the grade you and your partner will do • Partner B get a set of highlighters for you and your partner (remember, 4 highlighters)

  7. Let’s Go Highlighter Happy!  • 70% or better = Green • 60-69% = Yellow • 50-59% = Blue • 49% and Below = Pink

  8. Working with your partner, answer the following questions: • How does the display compare to what you would have expected it to look like? • What are some patterns you’re noticing regarding the display? • What are some surprises for you? • How might you compare highs and lows? • What are some generalizations you might take?

  9. From Data-Driven Dialogue: A Facilitator’s Guide to Collaborative Inquiry by Wellman and Lipton

  10. Reminder of the questions… • How does the display compare to what you would have expected it to look like? • What are some patterns you’re noticing regarding the display? • What are some surprises for you? • How might you compare highs and lows? • What are some generalizations you might take?

  11. District Heat Map Round Robin • How could you use this activity at your campus? • How will this map help you in prioritizing SE’s in your curriculum?

  12. Data Tool:Further Analyzing SE’s Using 2012 STAAR Data READING

  13. Working with your shoulder partner once again… • Fill in the data for a campus of your choice • Complete reporting category #1 only • No need to enter the question # again, just the percentage under the campus column

  14. Now review what you have entered for Reporting Category #1…what stands out to you and your partner? Discuss; partner B goes first.

  15. From Data-Driven Dialogue: A Facilitator’s Guide to Collaborative Inquiry by Wellman and Lipton

  16. SE Data ToolRound Robin • How could you use this activity at your campus? • How will this map help you in prioritizing SE’s in your curriculum? • How can this tool help you in keeping track of how students are doing on formative assessments?

  17. THE SE / TEST CONNECTION

  18. This time you will work as a team of 4 • Select a grade level (grades 6th – English I are available in the packet) • Unpack the SE, which is noted on the chart with the questions • Read the question and determine what part of the SE is being tested (read the passage if necessary)

  19. Grade 6 Reading, STAAR Released Questions, Selections 1-2 (Expository/Fiction) Figure 19D (Expository): make inferences about text and use textual evidence to support understanding; Readiness Standard (Expository) / Supporting Standard (Persuasive) (6.6A) summarize the elements of plot development (e.g., rising action, turning point, climax, falling action, denouement) in various works of fiction; Readiness Standard

  20. The SE’s in the examples are all ones that gave students difficulty—individually respond in writing to the questions below (you can use the note cards on your table) • What skills do students need to be successful with the SE? • How do teachers help them get there? • What are they doing now to teach that SE? • What can they do differently? THINK-WRITE-ROUND ROBIN

  21. Contact Information: Yvonne Aragon carago01@sisd.net 937-0309 873-7676

  22. We will now return to rooms C/D for our planning session…. Thank you for your participation!