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Using Student Growth Measures
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Start each school year by setting rigorous goals.
School leaders set student outcome goals and priorities for the year.
Teachers collaborate in subject and/or grade-level teams to identify classroom-level student outcome goals, aligning with school-level priorities when appropriate.
Assess progress towards teacher-level and school-level target goals after each interim assessment.
Prioritize data-driven instruction in your school’s schedule.
Train your teachers to plan backwards from state standards and rigorous assessments.
Schedule your year with interim assessments every 6-8 weeks (4-6 over the course of the year).
Schedule time immediately after interim assessments for teachers to collaboratively plan their re-teaching strategies.
Support data-driven instruction with training and relevant resources.
Ensure that teachers receive high-quality interim assessment data immediately (within 48 hours) of test administration.
- Professional Development Materials: Present measures of student growth to teachers (Uplift)
- Sample Report: Provide teachers with high-quality data from interim assessments (Soulsville)
Train teachers to analyze interim assessment results.
Develop/identify teacher-leaders who can mentor and guide the data analysis process.
- Leadership Development Pathway: Build a team of master-teachers to support instruction (Noble)
- Job Description: Data Intervention Specialist (Strive)
Provide teachers with high-quality tools to drill down into the data more deeply.
Assess your school’s implementation of data-driven instruction.