Classwork help-Analysis of Data to Inform Instruction


Classwork help-Analysis of Data to Inform Instruction

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Charles Sturt University Subject Outline
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Presentation
This assessment needs to be submitted in a Word Document via EASTS.
Requirements
The use of the prescribed textbook needs to be evident.
Assessment item 3
Analysis of Data to Inform Instruction
Value: 30%
Due date: 02-Oct-2017
Return date: 24-Oct-2017
Length: 1000-1500 words
Submission method options
EASTS (online)
Task
Resource
Data for a class will be provided and will be uploaded onto Resources. The data is taken from end of
Term 4 assessment tasks ready to be distributed to the next year’s teacher.It includes NAPLAN data,
Learning Continuum and Spelling.
Task
As a teacher of this class this data provides the current literacy achievement levels. You are now
responsible for these students and will be expected to differentiate your instruction to meet their
educational needs. Before you can begin setting goals and planning a differentiated instructional
program, you first need to profile your class as a cohort, and then look at individual students.
Part A
Colour code your data in all areas to show you have an understanding of the achievement at expected
levels.
eg green: 18 months above
purple: 12-18 months above
yellow: 6-12 months above
blue: 0-6 months above
pink: At expected level
red: More than 6 months behind expected levels
Add a paragraph to justify your decisions around NAPLAN and make note of this information below
and then ensure you use the other columns of data to inform your decisions for Part B.
NAPLAN is not a pass or fail type test, and is designed to illustrate the range of student performance
across the country.
Individual student performance is shown on a national achievement scale for each test. The
performance of individual students can be compared to the average performance of all students in
Australia.
NAPLAN tests are constructed to give students an opportunity to demonstrate skills they have learned
over time through the school curriculum
NAPLAN is an annual assessment for all students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9. It tests the types of skills that
are essential for every child to progress through school and life. The tests cover skills in reading,
writing, spelling, grammar and punctuation, and numeracy
NAPLAN results are measured at a student level against an assessment scale in each of the areas
tested. The scales span all the year levels from Year 3 to Year 9, and are divided into 10 bands. Not all
bands are reported for each year level.
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NAPLAN sample assessment results are measured against a proficiency scale for each domain. The
proficiency scales are grouped into a number of different levels
Part B
Class Profile
• How many students in the class?
• How many boys / girls?
• How many of your students are at the expected level? Above? Below? How many are boys? Girls?
Are there any gender patterns?
• Discuss the range of abilities in all areas that you will need to cater for. i.e Year 1 to Year 6 in
reading, Year2 to Year 8 in spelling.
• Record your observations on the Data analysis sheet
Part C
Individual Profile
What learning goals will you set with your students?
What goals will you set for yourself?
Who will have an ILIP?( Individual Literacy Intervention Plan)
How will you cater for their diverse instructional needs?
Consider the role of feedback and how you will use it empower your students to own their learning?
Rationale
This assessment item relates to the following subject learning outcomes:
• be able to understand how to assess student learning
• be able to demonstrate an understanding of the purpose of providing feedback
• be able to demonstrate the capacity to interpret student assessment data
• be able to understand the national assessment program
Marking criteria
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Assessment 3 Criteria
HD D CR PS FL
Specific Criteria
/25
Interpret student
data.
Demonstrates an
exceptional capacity to
interpret student
assessment data and can
discuss the range of
abilities with a deep
understanding of the need
to differentiate curriculum.
Demonstrates an excellent
capacity to interpret student
assessment data and can
discuss the range of abilities
in depth.
Demonstrates a sound
capacity to interpret student
assessment data and can
discuss the range of abilities
Demonstrates a capacity
to interpret class
assessment data
Fails to demonstrate a basic
capacity to interpret student
assessment data.
Make consistent
and comparable
judgments.
Demonstrates an
exceptional understanding
of assessment moderation
is able to critique with
exceptional depth the
profile of a class and the
need for differentiated
curriculum. Exceptional
use of theory to back
statements.
Demonstrates an excellent
understanding of assessment
moderation and is able to
critique with depth the profile
of a class taking into account
gender/patterns and the range
of abilities and the relative
standard. Excellent use of
theory to back up statements.
Demonstrates a sound
understanding of assessment
moderation and is able to
critique with depth the
profile of a class taking into
account gender/patterns and
the range of abilities. Sound
use of theory to back up
statements.
Demonstrates an
emerging understanding
of assessment moderation
is able to critique with
satisfactory depth the
profile a class and the
need for differentiated
curriculum. Limited use
of theory to back
statements.
Fails to demonstrate
understanding of assessment
moderation and is unable to
critique with suffiicient detail
the profile a class taking into
account gender/patterns and
the range of abilities and the
relative standard. No use of
theory to back up statements.
Use data to inform
teaching practice.
Evidence based research is
used to demonstrate an
exceptional capacity to
evaluate student learning,
set learning goals and
understand the
modification of teaching
practice that shows an
understanding of
differentiation and teacher
learning needs.
Demonstrates an excellent
capacity to evaluate student
learning, set learning goals
and understand the
modification of teaching
practice that shows an
understanding of
differentiation and teacher
learning needs
Demonstrates a strong
capacity to evaluate student
learning, set learning goals
and understand the
modification of teaching
practice that shows an
understanding of
differentiation and teacher
learning needs.
Demonstrates a capacity
to evaluate student
learning, set learning
goals and understand the
modification teaching
practice.
Fails to demonstrate a
capacity to evaluate student
learning and understand the
modification teaching
practice.
General Criteria
/5
Quality of written
Demonstrates an
exceptional presentation of
information succinctly and
precisely, providing
Demonstrates an excellent
presentation of information
succinctly and precisely,
providing evidence validating
Demonstrates the ability to
present information
providing evidence to
support position.
Presents information to
support position.
Presents information which
indicates insufficient
understanding of assessment.
Demonstrates limited
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or oral expression
(grammar, spelling
and punctuation).
evidence validating
position. Demonstrates
exceptional clarity of
written language
Uses accurate APA6 Style
referencing.
position and excellent ability
to organise written language.
Uses accurate APA6 Style
referencing.
Demonstrates sound ability
to organise written
language.
Uses accurate APA6 Style
referencing.
Demonstrates the ability
to organise written
language.
Uses accurate APA6
Style referencing.
capacity to organise written
language.
Does not use accurate APA6
Style referencing.

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