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Strategy: Teacher Ongoing Data Use

Utilizing multiple types of data to better understand student learning

Context

Pleasant View Elementary teachers view student progress within the Personalized Learning Plans (PLP), providing details around how many times students have attempted a certain learning objective, as well as how much time they’ve spent. This usage data allows teachers to have better conversations with students and identify whether they are ready to take an assessment, as well as whether changes in their progress are related to effort or a learning struggle. The PLP provides easy-to-use analytical tools to help teachers identify which students need help and on what topics.

Pleasant View teachers are able to leverage other data to help monitor and promote student growth. Students take standardized STAR tests in math and reading, in addition to a variety of other assessments, at the beginning of the year. Teacher observations also provide powerful insights as to how well students are progressing through their customized learning pathways.

Student Dashboard Example
This is a screenshot of the student dashboard in the Summit PLP.

Mastery in PLP
This is a screenshot of student mastery data in the Summit PLP.

Real-Time Data in PLP
This is a screenshot of student data in the Summit PLP.

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Planning Time

Weekly Collaborative Planning Time

Pleasant View Elementary teachers meet weekly to plan instruction. 

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Action Planning

Teacher-Supported Student Goal-Setting

Students have one-on-one weekly meetings with their mentor teachers to...

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Assessment

STAR Testing Data Use

Pleasant View Elementary leverages the STAR test in reading three times a year.

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