Friday, 16 June 2017

Term 2 Data Entry (target students)




This round of assessment using the Probe Tool was in line with previous running records showing a connection that, to be honest, I was surprised to find as often there is not necessarily a correlation with the Prope assessment and teacher running records.  

This latest entry indicates continual growth in reading comprehension for 4/7 of the target group. Within these aforementioned students, one student (No 4.) was assessed using the PM resource and indicates a growth of 6 months with regard comprehension.  The remaining 3 students while not showing further progress have maintained their previous reading age scores. 

The data for student 6 (also assessed using PM) has fallen back. Absence from school has not alerted any concern. Observations, however, have shown that levels of active participation i.e. 'talking and interacting' with peers has not been consistent. 

For the remaining 6 students, formative observations have shown that students are beginning to 'Talk' during guided reading and have increased their interactions and active involvement and this has resulted in a deeper understanding, a higher level of engagement, and indicate also a higher level of motivation with resources used. 

Observations have further shown a transference of these same skills across to independent group work in inquiry learning.  Another positive about this is that the latter groups are a broader mix of ability with regard to literacy. 

So, what have I done differently? 




Student
Yr
Gender
Ethnicity
EOY 2016
Probe
Pat St/T1
End of T1
R.Records
End of T2 Probe
Student 1
8
M
Fijian
11.0-12.0
4
11.5 -12.0
11.5-12.5
Student 2
8
M
Tongan
10.5-11.5
4
11.0-11.5
11.0-12.0
Student 3
7
M
Filipino
10.5-11.5
6
11.0 -11.5
10.5-11.5
Student 4
8
M
Tongan
10.5-11.0
3
10.5 -11.0
11.0-11.5
Student 5
8
F
Tongan
10.5-11.5
3
10.5 -11.0
11.0-12.0
Student 6
7
F
Tongan
No data
4
11.0 -11.5
10.5-11.0
Student 7
8
F
Samoan
10.5-11.5
4
11.5 - 12.0
11.0-12

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