Data Strategies

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Link it benchmark talk: LOOK HOW MUCH WE KNOW !!!!

  Description: I try to pull up my math link it bench mark data and chat with every child in the class : I take about 5 min to discuss their strengths and weakness on the current test while also focusing on their improvement s from the previous test !! TThe kids are always so excited to see their improvement !! I try to focus on see how we know already !! ( it then seems easier for them to acept the skills that they also need to improve upon !!)

  Grade levels: 4-6

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Teach The Table – Ask an Expert

  Description: Making use of the variety of abilities within my classroom at each given moment can help increase efficiency and effectiveness for my students. Students assisting each other and being comfortable learning from each other is a powerful environment. Due to my short amount of time with my students, this can be an extremely powerful tool

  Grade levels: K-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12

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Resources Rock

  Description: Recognizing students who would benefit from extra resources (manipulatives, number line, etc.) during instruction and/or independent work.

  Grade levels: K-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12

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Grammar Yoga

  Description: Students respond through motions to a strategy or concept.

  Grade levels: K-3, 4-6

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A Different Question

  Description: Add a differentiated question to every assignment. Provide guided and supportive feedback!

  Grade levels: K-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12

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Move the Top

  Description: Focus a reteach lesson on proficient students using Webb’s DOK to provide additional content at the top level(s). Focusing on “moving the top” creates opportunities for all students to perform.

  Grade levels: K-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12

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Work Across the Curriculum

  Description: {Skills assessed on the PSSA and Keystone are those that are to be learned and then used in authentic ways. Application of skills in all classes creates not only opportunities for authentic use but also as an opportunity to relearn and rehearse content when data indicates need!

  Grade levels: K-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12

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Identify Opportunities to Reteach

  Description: {Become conscientious of all opportunities to teach skills. These opportunities may include spiraling of curriculum, opportunity to reteach content as a prerequisite skill, or other instances where revisiting instruction is possible.

  Grade levels: K-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12

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Differentiated Warm-up

  Description: Start each day with a warm-up tailored to rehearse and master content an individual learner or small group of learners’ data indicates as an area of need. Different activities should be planned based on data-indicated skills.

  Grade levels: K-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12

  Shared by: Timothy Kretchman read more…