Reflection: Data Analysis Speaking and Listening: Analyzing Data to Improve Student Success (2 of 2) - Section 3: Let's get started on our goals!

 

When I evaluated the IRL data of my classes from first semester I was concerned about their average reading level.  I knew we would be doing a lot of reading within the classroom, but if students aren't practicing those same skills at home, they aren't going to improve as much as I would like.  

Hour 1

Fall--5.8

Winter-6.9

 

Hour 2  *my smallest class

Fall--5.9

Winter 7.1

 

Hour 3   *largest class

Fall-6.0

Winter 7.1

 

I am incredibly pleased with the numbers.  Last year, my numbers were not this strong.  I believe it is the result of a combination of Common Core and a focus on literacy.  

  Scores Are Going Up!
  Data Analysis: Scores Are Going Up!
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Speaking and Listening: Analyzing Data to Improve Student Success (2 of 2)

Unit 2: New Year, New Students, Same Norms
Lesson 4 of 4

Objective: SWBAT set formative and summative educational goals by analyzing their own assessment data.

Big Idea: If students are a part of their own data process, will they care more about their results?

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