How can we ensure that every student is making adequate progress in an era of school and district goals, state standards, and federal ESEA legislation? Building on the best-selling first edition, Holcomb's resource provides additional guidance for educators who are ready to explore more sophisticated uses of data. Precise and on target, this excellent resource enables educators to effectively use their school's data to respond to the challenges of the No Child Left Behind Act, and provides: A knowledge base emphasizing the role of data in school effectiveness A focus on tapping the professional passion of dedicated educators Group activities that energize people in collaborative efforts Key questions to identify sources of the proof of success necessary to stimulate further actionFigure 24.9 Reporting Strategic Plan Progress: Writing overall lack of respect for diversity in the student population. ... organization from fall to spring on the Sunnyland writing prompts; the 3rd grade writing score in organization increased by 13% from the previous ... Evidence of Implementation Teachers will score specific writing prompts 3 times each year using appropriate rubrics. ... Teachers will attend district 3rd or 6th grade writing assessments scoring to learn about organization.
|Title||:||Getting excited about data|
|Author||:||Edie L. Holcomb|
|Publisher||:||Corwin Pr - 2004-02-20|