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Teacher Application

Who uses the Data

Assessment Type Assessment Purpose


Assessment Tools


Efficiently identify students who are at academic risk in reading and math and/or behavior who may need additional intervention. These assessments are standardized and brief. Occurs during teaching. Requires teachers to intentionally plan and implement frequent checks for understanding to modify instruction in the moment (instructional agility), within in the context of expected learning. Collaboratively designed by teachers to provide timely feedback about student learning in order to collaboratively plan and adjust instruction. Created by teams of teachers and content specialists to assess mastery of targeted standards at set points in time. Different than team assessments, DWSBAs provide verification of mastery and sustained learning.

Growth & level of risk

• Plan core scaffolds & • Monitor progress

• Acadience • RI • MI • SRSS-IE

State District School Teacher Teams Teachers Parents Students

Three times annually (Fall, Winter, Spring)


Screening Assessment

Instructional Agility

• Adjust instruction based on student response

• Observations • Discussions • Quick writes • Whiteboard responses • Exit tickets • Self-Assessments • Performance Tasks • Questioning • Cold Calling • Progress Monitoring • Team CFAs • Performance Tasks • Unit Assessments • Final Exams • Portfolios • Rubrics

Teacher Student

Ongoing during instruction

Classroom Assessment

Feedback for team problem solving

• Collaboratively analyze assessment data • Develop an action plan to increase student learning

Schools Teams Teachers Students Parents

Determined by team (multiple times per unit: before, during and after instruction)

Team and School- Wide Assessments

• Short Quiz • Exit Ticket • District-wide

Verification of Mastery and Sustained Learning

In addition to common team assessments applications: • Identify

District School Teams Teachers

Multiple times per year, as scheduled

Standards-based Assessments in all content areas

persistent gaps in student learning • Compare school trends with district trends • Reevaluate common team assessments In addition to DWSBA applications: • Compare school results with state trends • Reevaluate school assessment system

District-wide Standards-based Assessments

State/National Assessments measure the degree to which students have mastered content standards or achieved college readiness.

End of Course Verification

• RISE • ACT • Aspire


Federal State District School Teams Teachers Parents Students

• AP • IB • AAPPL • CTE Skill-based Assessments • WIDA

Comprehensive Assessment

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