MThomas_data overview

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Published on July 16, 2014

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Chestnut Log Middle School: Chestnut Log Middle School Where we were……. Where we are………. Where we are going… By: Melissa Thomas Purpose:: Purpose: Chestnut Log Middle School values and believes that " All students can and will learn”. We also believe in open, honest communication, collaboration with parents and community to insure school success, we engage in e ncouraging parent involvement and support for student learning, and we c elebrate the success for students, staff, and parents. So………… the purpose of this presentation is to provide you with information about academic achievements of our students and to point out and discuss the areas of need . Enrollment trend for Chestnut Log Middle School by race/ethnicity from 1989-2012: Enrollment trend for Chestnut Log Middle School by race/ethnicity from 1989-2012 ELA CRCT score comparison for CLMS, Douglas County, and the State of Georgia from 2012-2014: ELA CRCT score comparison for CLMS, Douglas County, and the State of Georgia from 2012-2014 Chart shows the percentage of students who did not meet, met, and exceeded for 2012, 2013, 2014. Math CRCT score comparison for CLMS, Douglas County, and the State of Georgia from 2012-2014: Math CRCT score comparison for CLMS, Douglas County, and the State of Georgia from 2012-2014 Chart shows the percentage of students who did not meet, met, and exceeded for 2012, 2013, 2014. Reading CRCT score comparison for CLMS, Douglas County, and the State of Georgia from 2012-2014: Reading CRCT score comparison for CLMS, Douglas County, and the State of Georgia from 2012-2014 Chart shows the percentage of students who did not meet, met, and exceeded for 2012, 2013, 2014. Science CRCT score comparison for CLMS, Douglas County, and the State of Georgia from 2012-2014: Science CRCT score comparison for CLMS, Douglas County, and the State of Georgia from 2012-2014 Chart shows the percentage of students who did not meet, met, and exceeded for 2012, 2013, 2014. Social Studies CRCT score comparison for CLMS, Douglas County, and the State of Georgia from 2012-2014: Social Studies CRCT score comparison for CLMS, Douglas County, and the State of Georgia from 2012-2014 Chart shows the percentage of students who did not meet, met, and exceeded for 2012, 2013, 2014. Summary of CLMS Data Trends: Summary of CLMS Data Trends Chestnut Log Middle School is showing improvement in reading, ELA, and mathematics achievement, We continue to have an increase in upward achievement trends in reading compared to the district and the state. There continues to be an large achievement gap between white students and SWD students in the science portion of the CRCT CLMS Reading CRCT percentages for proficiency in grades 6,7, and 8 from 2013-2014: CLMS Reading CRCT percentages for proficiency in grades 6,7, and 8 from 2013-2014 CLMS Science CRCT percentages for proficiency in grades 6,7, and 8 from 2013-2014: CLMS Science CRCT percentages for proficiency in grades 6,7, and 8 from 2013-2014 Science CRCT percentages for proficiency for CLMS, Douglas County, and the State of Georgia from 2012-2014 : Science CRCT percentages for proficiency for CLMS, Douglas County, and the State of Georgia from 2012-2014 Percentage of proficiency of SWD students at Chestnut Log Middle School compared to Douglas County and the State of Georgia.: Percentage of proficiency of SWD students at Chestnut Log Middle School compared to Douglas County and the State of Georgia. Percentage of SWD students at Chestnut Log Middle School who did not meet proficiency from 2010 to 2013: Percentage of SWD students at Chestnut Log Middle School who did not meet proficiency from 2010 to 2013 Percentage of White students at Chestnut Log Middle School who did not meet proficiency from 2010 to 2013: Percentage of White students at Chestnut Log Middle School who did not meet proficiency from 2010 to 2013 Achievement Gap trend showing percentages of SWD students and White students at Chestnut Log Middle School who did not meet proficiency from 2010 to 2013 : Achievement Gap trend showing percentages of SWD students and White students at Chestnut Log Middle School who did not meet proficiency from 2010 to 2013 Questions To Ponder……….: Questions To Ponder………. Why are our science and social studies meet/exceed percentages significantly lower than the district and the state? What is causing the achievement gap between SWD students and White students on the science portion of the CRCT? How are students performing so well on the reading section of the CRCT and what strategies are the teachers using in their classes? Root Cause Analysis : Root Cause Analysis Why are students not performing well in Science?   WHY????? Let’s brainstorm……….: WHY????? Let’s brainstorm………. - Teacher-centered learning/ whole group instruction -Class size/ classroom management/ lack of materials Answer………..: Answer……….. Vocabulary, Vocabulary, Vocabulary!!!!! **** Students are not utilizing the language of the standards   Strategies that will be implemented to help CLMS students become more proficient in science: Strategies that will be implemented to help CLMS students become more proficient in science Professional learning for science teachers on how to implement vocabulary more effectively into the curriculum Cross-curricular use of science vocabulary in other classes Non-fiction reading passages in reading and ELA classes that integrate science vocabulary

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