Reflection: Standardized Tests (PARCC/Smarter Balanced) Speaking and Listening: Analyzing Data to Improve Student Success (1 of 2) - Section 3: Student-Teacher Data Conference


I am so excited!  Today I looked at the data and all of my students except three raised their IRL from August to January.  In fact, my average was an entire grade level.  I can't wait to see where we end up in May.  After I received the students' results, I passed them out and their data sheet.  Students were thrilled to see that they had improved their IRL.  The data was proof and evidence of their hard work.  I think the data conferences helped students test well.  I often hear of teachers/administrators want to constantly analyze data.  But students need to be part of this cycle as well.  

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Speaking and Listening: Analyzing Data to Improve Student Success (1 of 2)

Unit 2: New Year, New Students, Same Norms
Lesson 3 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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