Audience: Teachers grades K- 12 and Administrators
Length: Full Day Workshop
Overarching Essential Questions for the Workshop:
- What information can I get from NJSLA and other in-district data sources and how can I use it?
- What curriculum, instructional and learning questions can I answer, or answer better, using NJSLA and in-district data?
- How can I connect NJSLA to other data to help improve Instruction and further learning for myself and my students?
- What are the 4 types of Assessment and how can they be used to effect instructional practices?
- Learn about the 4 types of assessment and the purpose for each to inform instruction.
- Learn the difference between formative and summative assessments
- Explore different types of assessments: universal screening, diagnostic, progress monitoring and summarizing. Such as STAR, AIMSWEB, NWEA and et al…
- Develop the ability to utilize NJSLA reports to drive educational decisions and planning for continuous district/school improvement.
- Examine currently available NJSLA Reports
- Make connections to other available data sources
- Determine ways to use report data to better inform instruction
- Differentiate with self-study and individualized support