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DATA ANALYSIS 13-14

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Transcript of DATA ANALYSIS 13-14

ENLACE
Evidences
Teachers' Evaluation
Folders

https://sites.google.com/a/ats.edu.mx/elementary-section/
Data Instruments
DATA ANALYSIS
School Year 2013-2014


Elementary Section

1. MAP: Check data in FALL for “inflated” RIT Scores

2.Assign Kidbiz by Standards

Staff Development
From September of 2013 to June of 2014, every student in Elementary will meet their personal goal in the MAP Math Algebraic Thinking strand.
1. In June of 2016, 5TH graders will score an average of 212.4 in Reading and 220.7 in Math according to MAP.

2. In June of 2015, 1st-5th grade elementary students will be at level on Language Usage according to the 2011 NWEA Normative Data
LONG TERM GOALS
https://docs.google.com/a/ats.edu.mx/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AvI5HWe2O-YTdE9KMTdSeGt4a3lIVHc3STlpMmM3YXc&usp=drive_web#gid=0

Google Apps Training Report
MATH
LANGUAGE USAGE
READING
Math
Celebrations:

Focus point: 4th grade first year of specialized teaching. Growth was higher than prior years. Last year 9.9 and this year 15.6
GEOMETRY HAS BECOME one of our strengths because the SEP CURRICULUM forces the teachers to do GEOMETRY every bimester. (Mathletics contributed with this 4th-5th)
All classes reached the projected growth.


Areas of opportunity:
Varies depending on each grade level


Course of action:

3rd grade will have specialized teaching
3rd grade will start using Mathletics
Continue to teach Geometry every bimester. (SEP bloques)



By June of 2014, students in grades 1st, 2nd, and 3rd will score 75% average or above on 28 AR tests at their personal Lexile level.
By June of 2014, students in 4th grade will score 75% average or above on 17 AR tests and on 90 Kidbiz tests.
By June of 2014, students in 5th grade will score 75% average or above in 12 AR tests and 90 Kidbiz tests.

http://www.wpponline.com/Documents/ScoringGuide.pdf
http://www.nwea.org/sites/www.nwea.org/files/resources/2011_Normative_Data_Overview.pdf
Celebrations
:
The mean projected growth was achieved in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade.
Lexiles scores increased approx. 145 points in average.
All classes scored above the Normative Data.

Areas of opportunity
:
The Reading projected growth was not achieved in first and second grade.
The lowest RIT strand for 1st and 2nd grades is Foundations/Vocabulary.
The lowest RIT strand for 4th and 5th grades is Literature.
The lowest growth for every grade level was Literature.
The lowest strand in Reading MPG is Foundational Skills
Course of action:
Focus on Phonics and Word Recognition (Literature specialist 1st and 2nd)
Kidbiz and team teaching from 3rd to 5th

Language Usage
Celebrations
:
72% of the students scored above the Norm Data.
In average, all classes have a higher mean than the Normative Data.
Fourth and fifth grade reached the projected growth.
Plan/organize/research strand showed a higher growth overall, even if the RIT av. was the lowest.
Third grade class grew significantly more compared to 2012 MAP scores.


Areas of opportunity:
Plan/organize/research continues to be the strand with the lowest RIT scores.
Punctuate/spell correctly strand showed the least growth.
Second and third grade did not reach the projected growth.

Course of action
:
We will target Plan/organize/research
to ensure continuous growth.
Continue working with
punctuation and spelling
strandto improve the growth.

ERB
Celebrations
:
Students in third grade are scoring higher than the last three years in all strands.
Students in fourth grade are scoring higher than the last three years in almost all strands (except support).


Areas of opportunity:
The lowest strand overall is sentence structure.
In 5th grade students have scored lower than in 3rd and 4th through the years.


Course of action:
Use WPP each bimester, focusing on one or two strands including
Sentence Structure
Facilitate students to use WPP online lessons before and after WPP writing sessions.
Contact ERB specialist to help us understand their evaluation process.

ACCELERATED READER
Celebrations
:
The percentage of students at risk has lowered since 2011.


Areas of opportunity
:
Move away from only testing Literal Responses to Literacy Skills
Course of action
:
Students will answer Literacy Skills test in addition to Reading Test
Continue helping students keep track of their scores and progress


KIDBIZ
Celebrations:

Students are reading regularly non fiction articles according with their Lexile levels in both languages.
68% of 4th and 5th grade students completed 90 activities or more with a 75% or above in ENGLISH.
59% of 4th and 5th grade students completed 90 activities or more with a 75% or above in SPANISH.

Areas of opportunity:
Some standards were not targeted in Kidbiz.

Course of action:
Use the standard based activities assignment.
Continue with the Kidbiz goal.
Implement the use of Kidbiz in third grade.

Celebrations:

Compared to other schools (Felix, Anglo, Columbia, Cultural, Kennedy), ATS achieved:

1st
place in MATH and SPANISH in third grade

1st
place in SPANISH and 3rd place in MATH in fourth and fifth grade.
First place Zona Escolar 095 since 2006.
Fourth place in overall score among private schools.

Spanish averages
:
3rd grade scored an average of 82.6%
4th grade scored an average of 81.5%
5th grade scored an average of 79%
Math averages:
3rd grade scored an average of 87.4%
4th grade scored an average of 79.5%
5th grade scored an average of 80.4%


AGENDA
MAP
MATHLETICS
ERB
ACCELERATED READER
KIDBIZ
ENLACE
CHARACTER COUNTS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT


SECTION PROFILE
Demographics

NORM
spring
190.0

200.3

207.0

212.9

216.2

218.7

221.3

221.8
NORM
spring
176.9

189.6

199.2

206.7

212.3

216.4

219.7

222.4

222.9

157.7


NORM
spring
179.0

191.3

203.1

212.5

221.0

225.6

230.5

234.5

236.0

159.1
CHARACTER COUNTS
https://docs.google.com/a/ats.edu.mx/file/d/0BywCKnVbKvZ3ek9JcHlZcUhjcjQ/edit
Next Year
https://docs.google.com/a/ats.edu.mx/document/d/1IIqgpN3eSu1BApClUXBA9_b-4nyUCH0qyi8tuKjpxcA/edit
https://docs.google.com/a/ats.edu.mx/spreadsheets/d/1hpbUhdNcBM0vV-In1JANkRbJpB1l3CxAMkuDBGvV2Ak/edit#gid=2143387934
LEXILE REPORT
https://docs.google.com/a/ats.edu.mx/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AiwCKnVbKvZ3dDVULTkteUVMWm1sUU5HcEFOOVVseFE&usp=drive_web#gid=0
3A GROWTH REPORT
CHARACTER COUNTS- LIFE SKILLS DEPARTMENT

FACTS
Responsibility is the pillar that Elementary students fail to meet in all grades.
Respect is the second most “popular” pillar that students fail to meet.
There were 27% more reports on 2013-2014 than in the previous year.
Students in 1st and 2nd grade place more complaints than the ones in 3rd through 5th grade.
The number of discipline referrals increase throughout the year.

CELEBRATIONS
An office referral procedure manual was put in place and promoted among all of the teachers in Elementary. (including PA and Sports teachers)
Elementary teachers, including the PA and Sports teachers, consistently reported behavioral issues to the office.
With the new instruments (referral procedure manual and CC report card) we were able to award the CC Award during Honors Night.
There has been better follow up of complaints.
Students reflect on the Habits of Mind that they use more frequently.

AREAS OF OPPORTUNITY
Work towards lowering the number of referrals to the office.
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