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Bullock Elementary: STAAR Analysis
Transcript of Bullock Elementary: STAAR Analysis
Do the same for Math.
Using the resources inside the orange folder, review each targeted reporting category with your group/ grade level
With your group/grade level, discuss and establish a goal(s) for the targeted reporting categories for the upcoming year
In your groups/ grade level, discuss any teacher practices that were successful as well as those that were not, asking each other why or why not those practices were either successful or not.
Next, write at least 2 teaching practices (either of the discussed practices or new practices that may have been learned) on the action plan that will help you achieve your goal
i.e. coaching, modeling, students centered activities, hands-on experiences, learning centers/stations
Identify strategies that will promote the teaching practices
i.e setting objectives/providing feedback, cooperative learning, non linguistic representation, HOT questions
Identify actions you should observe your students engaged in or student expectations from the packet in the orange folder. Share- Out Primary Data Participants will engage in a variety of activities and conversations surrounding multiple data points and will leave with some tools and questions that will drive data analysis and our PLC's to a deeper level. Schools as Learning Communities by Richard DuFour
Educational Leadership, May 2004, Volume 61, Number 8 What does research say? Creating the Cycle!! PLC's
=Increased Student Achievement Bay Area Schools Reform Collaboration
Cycle of Inquiry
Iterative process of data collection, analysis, reflection, and change
Schools are functioning as learning communities
Knowledge of best practices is both sought and filtered through knowledge of student outcomes and evidence of links to practice
Teachers' new knowledge about how students perform across groups and across grades enables them to see ways to in which they need to improve and the kinds of resources they need to begin to make those improvements
Asking the Right Questions As you look at your data use these reflective questions to guide your PLCs What knowledge and skills were assessed in the :
What weaknesses are evident?
What strengths are evident?
What does your data tell you about learning?
What teacher actions are needed to improve learning?
What student actions are needed to improve learning?