06.07.17 Assessment and Differentiation #TrinityLearns

Summer Literacy and Mathematics Professional Learning
June 5-9, 2017
Day 3: Assessment and Differentiation
Marsha Harris (@marshamac74)

Assessment and Differentiation

  • I can collect data that will be the most useful
  • I can analyze data to understand deeply what kids know and can do
  • I can synthesize data from multiple assessments to create learning goals
  • I can develop instructional plans and follow-ups to monitor progress.

The Literacy Teacher’s Playbook- Book Study

8:30-11:15  Slide Presentation

8:45-9:00

15 min

Welcome

Review of Agenda

9:00-9:45

45 min

Collecting Data: Assessment Lenses and Tools

I Do, We Do, You Do

Research- each person takes
on a part to learn (15 min)

  • Reading Engagement and Interest Inventories
  • Reading Fluency
  • Print Work/Decoding
  • Comprehension
  • Conversation
  • Writing Engagement and Qualities

Teach- each person teaches
their section (5 min each)

9:45-10:30

45 min

Analyzing Data: Making Discoveries

Research- each person takes on
a part to analyze (15 min)

  • See slide presentation for assignment

Teach- each person teaches their section
and gives an analysis on Marielle (5 min each)

10:30-11:15

45 min

Interpreting Data and Establishing Goals for Trinity Students

How do we KNOW what students already KNOW?

  • PAST,
  • CTOPP,
  • Running Records,
  • Spelling Inventory,
  • Math Assessment,
  • Writing Sample,
  • ERB’s, Progress
  • Reports

Summarizing Data Form
Tool/Strength/Possibilities for Growth

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