Facilitators of School Improvement Data and Technology Updates

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Facilitators of School Improvement: Data and Technology Updates Dr. Jennifer Parker-Moore, IT/School Data Consultant

Facilitators of School Improvement: Data and Technology Updates Dr. Jennifer Parker-Moore, IT/School Data Consultant February, 2015 [email protected] net

http: //macombfsi. net Resources for today’s presentation are posted on the School Data Resources

http: //macombfsi. net Resources for today’s presentation are posted on the School Data Resources page of Macomb. FSI. net

Needs Assessment Data • Four County Community Foundation Youth Advisory Committee Needs Assessment Survey

Needs Assessment Data • Four County Community Foundation Youth Advisory Committee Needs Assessment Survey • 7 th • 9 th • 11 th • In addition, visit for Grants and Scholarships • 4 ccf. org • cfsem. org

New in MISchool. Data • College Transfers • Student Pathways

New in MISchool. Data • College Transfers • Student Pathways

Data Director Updates The following issues are targeted for resolution as part v 4.

Data Director Updates The following issues are targeted for resolution as part v 4. 34. 1 release: • CSII-11919: Error using global test key when logging into online tests • CSII-11869: Login Statistics Link Missing for Estill Elementary School • CSII-12009: Latency when merging duplicate users • CSII-10859: Unable to access net. Trekker In addition, we are releasing the following improvements for Data. Grader: • The header of the answer sheet now includes the teacher name, grade, and period for ease of distribution when administering benchmark assessments. • Each answer sheet can be printed by period and if there are multiple grades within a period, the students for all grades within the period will be listed alphabetically on one answer sheet.

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Other Interactive and Formative Links Near. Pod Geddit Top Tech Tools for Formative Assessment

Other Interactive and Formative Links Near. Pod Geddit Top Tech Tools for Formative Assessment 10 Cool Sites Quiz Hub Front. Row. Ed Poll. Everywhere Socrative Kahoot. it

MSTEP Online Testing Preview https: //wbte. drcedirect. com/MI/portals/mi/ott 1

MSTEP Online Testing Preview https: //wbte. drcedirect. com/MI/portals/mi/ott 1

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NEW! Michigan’s K-12 Checklists Where are you at? Where do your students need to

NEW! Michigan’s K-12 Checklists Where are you at? Where do your students need to be? What steps do we need to get there?

DOMAINS of Technology Skills Needed for Online Testing • Basic Computer Operations Skills/Navigation •

DOMAINS of Technology Skills Needed for Online Testing • Basic Computer Operations Skills/Navigation • Keyboarding/Word Processing/Writing • Multimedia Creation • Research/Internet Skills • Spreadsheet Skills And…. Assessment Specific

K-2 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by the

K-2 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by the end of 2 nd grade. Domain: Basic Skills • Students can select items on the screen, move pictures or select checkboxes • Students can open and close programs on a computer • Students can navigate within a program by using basic navigation features • Students can copy and paste words • Students can highlight text

K-2 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by the

K-2 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by the end of 2 nd grade. Domain: Word Processing/Writing • Students can use the keyboard to add words to a document • Students can erase words using the backspace button • Students can save my document • Students can use the mouse to change the look of my document (formatting)

K-2 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by the

K-2 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by the end of 2 nd grade. Domain: Multimedia Skills • Students can watch a video and pause and start the video • Students can click on an item and drag the item across the screen • Students can use painting and drawing tools to create a document

3 -5 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by

3 -5 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by the end of 5 th grade. Domain: Word Processing/Writing • Students can type two pages in one sitting • Students can fix errors while typing in word processing programs • Students can copy and paste text • Students can change text on a page (center, bold, resize)

3 -5 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by

3 -5 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by the end of 5 th grade. Domain: Multimedia Skills • Students can add and resize pictures on a computer document, presentation, or website • Students can play videos and audio by using buttons on a screen and volume controls • Students can drag items on a screen and drop them in a different location • Students can use an online calculator to solve problems, including fractions

3 -5 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by

3 -5 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by the end of 5 th grade. Domain: Research/Internet skills • Students can search the internet to find and summarize information • Students can use research to support arguments • Students can move from one website/application page to another by using buttons on the screen • Students can scroll up and down on a website to find more information • Students have a beginning understanding of source credibility when searching for information

6 -8 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by

6 -8 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by the end of 8 th grade. Domain: Word Processing/ Writing • Students can correctly use every key on the keyboard when needed. • Students can format a document (set margins; select font size & type; set spacing; and set alignment). • Students can copy and paste content (text, images, formatting, etc. ). • Students can type three pages in one sitting. • Students can collaborate electronically with others on a piece of writing.

6 -8 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by

6 -8 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by the end of 8 th grade. Domain: Multimedia skills • Students can integrate video into a presentation. • Students can integrate audio into a presentation. • Students can use online resources to work with others to create and share presentations. • Students can embed and edit images within presentations or other digital documents. • Students can choose and utilize appropriate calculators and equation editing applications for a given task.

6 -8 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by

6 -8 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by the end of 8 th grade. Domain: Research Skills • Students can use search commands such as and, or, etc. to perform efficient Internet searches. • Students can search the Internet for information, as well as organize and categorize that information. • Students can tell if a website can be trusted when searching for information and determine accuracy and bias in the material.

6 -8 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by

6 -8 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by the end of 8 th grade. Domain: Spreadsheet Skills • Students can format cells appropriately for data type. • Students can successfully navigate a spreadsheet for data entry. • Students can set up cells to perform simple calculations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division).

9 -12 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by

9 -12 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by the end of 12 th grade. Domain: Word Processing/ Writing • Students can type multiple pages in a variety of time frames in a range of disciplines. • Students can track changes and use commenting features for peer editing. • Students can highlight, copy and paste text for the purpose of planning, revising, and finalizing. • Students can use advanced formatting skills to align to established citation styles and use page layout features when appropriate.

9 -12 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by

9 -12 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by the end of 12 th grade. Domain: Multimedia Skills • Students can create presentations using a variety of applications for diverse audiences and purposes. • Students can use appropriate transitions and animations to enhance points and add interest. • Students can use appropriate technology tools (e. g. , dictionary, thesaurus, grammar checker, calculator/graphing) to maximize the accuracy of work. • Students can make strategic use of digital media, video, podcast, text, etc. , to enhance understanding. • Students can use drawing tools/applications to create work. • Students can use digital note‐taking skills while viewing online videos. • Students can develop, select and use appropriate graphic organizers in their work.

9 -12 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by

9 -12 Skills The technology skills listed below are expected to be mastered by the end of 12 th grade. Domain: Research Skills • Students can use Web browsing to access information (e. g. , enter a URL, access links, create bookmarks/favorites, print Web pages). • Students can use and modify databases and spreadsheets to analyze data and propose solutions. • Students can use effective search strategies for locating and retrieving electronic information. • Students can use source analysis strategies to determine the credibility of search results (e. g. existence of cross references, domain name examination (. org, . edu, . com, etc. ), date of last update, etc. ). • Students can write correct in‐text citations and reference lists for text and images gathered from electronic sources. http: //techbootcamptools 4 writing. weebly. com/

Q&A Dr. Jennifer Parker‐Moore jpmoore@misd. net

Q&A Dr. Jennifer Parker‐Moore [email protected] net