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How are we doing? Where are we going?Woodland Park School District2014 BOE NJASK PresentationAssessment Transition Timeline

Spring 2012

NJ ASK Aligned to NJCCCS

Spring 2013NJ ASKAligned to the CCSS (except gr 6-8 Math) Spring 2014NJ ASKAligned to the CCSSSY 2014-15Full administration of PARCC assessments

Transitional Assessments2

Guidelines for Student Assessment NJASK95% of each student group must participate in the assessment process

Students enrolled in the district for less than one year will not be included in the accountability process

Students with severe disabilities must be assessed using the DLM

LEP students must be assessed

Out-of-district students are included in their home schools accountability process State Testing Parameters Special EducationLimited English ProficientGenderEthnicityEconomic StatusMigrant Status TRANSITION is NOT a RAPID PROCESS.

Like every district in NJ we are transitioning from NJASK to PARCC.The Classroom View is Changing:From Traditional.

From Traditional to High Tech and Interactive: Computers/SmartBoards/Online Assessments

FOLLOWING THE SAME GROUP OF STUDENTSEnglish Language ArtsGeneral Education Student Performance 2014 Current Grade 4 Grade 3 ELA PerformanceCurrent Grade 5 ELAThe Progression from Grade 3 to Grade 4 Current Grade 6 ELAThe Progression from Grade 3 to Grade 4 to Grade 5 Current Grade 7 ELA The progression from Grade 4 to Grade 6Current Grade 8 ELA The Progression from Grade 5 to Grade7Current Grade 9 ELA The Progression from Grade 6 to Grade 8FOLLOWING THE SAME GROUP OF STUDENTSEnglish Language Arts Student Performance

Special Education and Limited English ProficientCurrent Grade 42014 Grade 3 ELA Special Education Student PerformanceCurrent Grade 4 Limited English Proficient 2014 Grade 3 ELA PerformanceCurrent Grade 5 ELA Student Performance Special Education Students from Grade 3 to Grade 4

Current Grade 5 ELA Student Performance LEP Students from Grade 3 to Grade 4Current Grade 6 ELA Student Performance Special Education Students from Grade 3 to Grade 5Current Grade 6 ELA LEP Student Performance from Grade 3 to Grade 5Current Grade 7 ELA Student Performance Special Education Students from Grade 4 to Grade 6Current Grade 8 ELA Student Performance Special Education Students from Grade 5 to Grade 7Current Grade 8 ELA Student Performance LEP Students from Grade 5 to Grade 7Current Grade 9 ELA Student Performance Special Education Students from Grade 6 to Grade 8Current Grade 8 ELA Student Performance LEP Students from Grade 5 to Grade 7FOLLOWING THE SAME GROUP OF STUDENTS MATHEMATICSGeneral Education Student Performance Current Grade 42014 Grade 3 Mathematics PerformanceCurrent Grade 5 Math ResultsProgression from Grade 3 to Grade 4Current Grade 6 Math Results Progression From Grade 3 to Grade 5Current Grade 7 Math Results Progression From Grade 4 to Grade 6Current Grade8 Math ResultsProgression from Grade 5 to Grade 7Current Grade 9 MathProgression from Grade 6 to Grade 8FOLLOWING THE SAME GROUP OF STUDENTS MATHEMATICS Student Performance Special Education and Limited English ProficientCurrent Grade 4 Special Education Students2014 Grade 3 Mathematics PerformanceCurrent Grade 4 Limited English Proficient Students2014 Grade 3 Mathematics PerformanceCurrent Grade 5 Math Special Education Student Results from Grade 3 to Grade 4Current Grade 5 Math Limited English Proficient Student Results from Grade 3 to Grade 4Current Grade 6 Math Special Education Student Results from Grade 3 to Grade 5Current Grade 6 Math Limited English Proficient Student Results from Grade 3 to Grade 5Current Grade 7 Math Special Education Student Results from Grade 4 to Grade 6Current Grade 8 Math Special Education Student Results from Grade 5 to Grade 7Current Grade 8 Math Limited English Proficient Student Results from Grade 5 to Grade 7Current Grade 9 Math Special Education Student Results from Grade 6 to Grade 8Current Grade 9 Math Limited English Proficient Student Results from Grade 6 to Grade 8Science PerformanceGeneral Education Students in 2014

The NJASK will only be administered for Science in 2015 in Grades 4 and 8.2014 Grade 4 Science General Education Students2014 Grade 8 ScienceGeneral Education Students

Assessment Transition Timeline

Spring 2012

NJ ASK Aligned to NJCCCS

Spring 2013NJ ASKAligned to the CCSS (except gr 6-8 Math) Spring 2014NJ ASKAligned to the CCSSSY 2014-15Full administration of PARCC assessments

Transitional Assessments49 Its NOT just about SCORES and PROFICIENCYIts about GROWTH: Student Growth PercentilesThe state will be looking for Student Growth Percentiles. SGPs measure how much a student has learned from one year to the next compared to peers with similar academic history from across the state.

PARCC Assessments will replace NJASK this 2014-2015 school year for ELA and Math with shifts in: Focus: The PARCC assessment will focus strongly where the Standards focus.Coherence: Think across grades and link to major topics within grades.Rigor: In major topics, pursue conceptual understanding, procedural skill and fluency, and application.

Education is Rapidly Shifting Gears Using the CCSS, PARCC and Educator Evaluation to Improve Student AchievementStudent AchievementStudent AchievementCommon Core State Standards (CCSS) provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn to be college and career ready, PARCC Assessments measure student progress towards standards, AchieveNJ Evaluation System provides individual teachers with targeted feedback and nuanced data to improve practice

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As the NJDOE makes changes toward progressWhat are we doing as a district?This year we were able to bring a Math Consultant to our district through NCLB funding. She is currently working with our middle school Math teachers twice a month.

We continue to have a Literacy Consultant twice a month. For this year her focus will be on the middle school.

We have a Professor in Residence from William Paterson University working with our teachers at Charles Olbon School.

Curricula and materials continue to be reviewed, evaluated and updated with teacher input throughout the year to facilitate better learning.

As the NJDOE makes changes toward progressWhat are some of the things we are doing as a district?....We are continuing our membership with The Madison Institute as a consortium member. TMI provides our staff with meaningful academic institutes and workshops.

We have instituted weekly Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) in each school to examine data and use it to drive instruction and improve student learning.

This year we will, once again, be sending teachers to theColumbia Teachers College Readers Writers Institutes during the summer.

As the NJDOE makes changes toward progressWhat are some of the things we doing as a district? We continue to support our students with Peer Tutoring in both Language Arts and Math after school.

We provide ELL tutoring after school for our Limited English Proficient language learners.

Classroom libraries continue to be expanded to reflect new Standards expectations and to support the Readers Workshop model.

The literacy and math curricula and materials continue to be evaluated and streamlined to facilitate better learning.

As the NJDOE makes changes toward progressWhat are some of the things we doing as a district? It is our goal to develop curricula and programs, provide meaningful professional development to facilitate the best learning environment for our school community to improve student achievement.

Thank YOU!