FOR AN EXPLANATION OF THIS PHOTO, CLICK HERE TO WATCH THIS SHORT VIDEO. Many thanks to Rahshene Davis at University Heights Charter School for this helpful explanation of how UHCS uses data to drive instruction!
Analyzing NJ ASK Results
We all know that it takes a scaled score of 200 to pass the NJ ASK (AKA to be "Proficient") and 250 or higher to be "Advanced Proficient." But what more can we learn about our students' strengths and needs by ANALYZING their NJ ASK results in more depth? This page provides you with the tools you need to analyze your school's NJ ASK results in order to plan effective interventions.
DDI 101 answers the following questions: "What is DDI, and why/how can it be helpful to your school?" This page provides a quick overview of what data-driven instruction entails along with some tools for analyzing your assessments.
Guided Reading addresses the question: "Do you know where your readers are?" and provides links to helpful resources.
Also, check out the Little Bites Blog "Why Triangulate" for insight about the importance of collecting multiple data points.