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Strategy: Periodic diagnostic process

Beginning, middle, and end of year data collection to develop Learner Profile

Context

Students take the NWEA three times a year to show what skills and content they have mastered. Teachers use this data - along with other formative data - to inform student groupings and academic pathways.

Student Does

Takes the NWEA assessments three times per year.

Teacher Does

  • Administers NWEA assessments three times per year.
  • Uses NWEA data to determine student progress, identify needs, and adjust student groupings.
  • Updates students's Personalized Learning Plans and/or Learner Profiles as needed.

Technology Does

Provides an online adaptive assessment to best understand students’ learning strengths, challenges, and growth.

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Monitoring and Sharing

Progress Triangulation

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Planning Time

Weekly 1:1 Conferences

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Action Planning

Goal-setting Process

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Action Planning

Data Support and Monitoring via Coaches

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Record of Progress

Student-Led Progress Tracking

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Planning Time

Daily Common Planning

West Belden creates 90 minutes daily for common planning by scheduling...

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Monitoring and Sharing

Progress Triangulation

Photo of teacher and student discussing goals
Action Planning

Goal-setting Process

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Record of Progress

Student-Led Progress Tracking

Screenshot of planning dashboard on laptop
Planning Time

Daily Common Planning