Provides an overview of the skills and competencies required to use short cycle predictive assessments as a way to monitor and improve student achievement.
Short Cycle Predictive Assessment
Using Data to Improve School and Classroom Learning Systems
To develop the knowledge, skills, and competencies required to use short cycle predictive assessments as a way to monitor and improve student achievement.
- Understanding of the role of the short cycle predictive assessments (SCPAs) in the school improvement process
- Understand of the role of short cycle predictive assessments as strategic indicators of classroom performance and the role of teachers in using these data to make improvements in the classroom learning system
- Strategies for analyzing and reporting SCPA results to monitor and improve school-level strategies
- Strategies for assisting and supporting grade-levels, departments, and/or classrooms in implementing school-level strategies indicated by SCPA results
Trained School Improvement Teams/Goal Teams and/or teachers using short cycle predictive assessments as strategic indicators of classroom performance
Successful completion of School Improvement Planning for Performance Excellence, Continuous Classroom Improvement, and/or Teacher & Student Partnerships recommended but not required
1 day workshop for trained School Improvement Teams/ Goal Teams, teachers, and/or small group coaching and consulting sessions of 2 — 5 hours
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Additional Materials That Should Be Considered to Support Participant Learning:
Short cycle predictive assessment data to be supplied by school/district