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NWEA MAP @KAS January 2018

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Learn about how parents and students can better understand the individual NWEA MAP reports that they receive. Measurement of Academic Progress. Student growth

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NWEA MAP @KAS January 2018

  1. 1. NWEA MAP @KAS
  2. 2. Purpose: To briefly present an overview of the NWEA MAP (Measurement of Academic Progress) and how we would like parents/students to utilize the information
  3. 3. The BIG Picture...
  4. 4. @KAS we THINK BIG ● Balanced Individuals ● Independent Thinkers ● Global Citizens
  5. 5. How are our students performing?
  6. 6. ● Is your child growing each year? ● How does your child compare to other students around the world?
  7. 7. NWEA Measurement of Academic Progress (MAP) The BASICS...
  8. 8. Our students take the following MAP assessments... a. Reading (Grades K-9) b. Mathematics (Grades K-9) c. Language Usage (Grades 2-9)
  9. 9. NWEA MAP Creating a personal learning journey We know that children learn better—and faster—when teachers have a clear picture of what each student knows and what they are ready to learn next. That’s why our assessments react to each student’s answers. In the testing world, this makes our tests “adaptive,” or personalized to measure the needs of every student.
  10. 10. NWEA MAP Creating a personal learning journey
  11. 11. NWEA MAP Creating a personal learning journey
  12. 12. Resources from NWEA
  13. 13. @KAS...
  14. 14. If new to KAS/MAP, the data would look like this...
  15. 15. One example (1 year+ data)
  16. 16. Math
  17. 17. Students @KAS
  18. 18. Students around the world (from the 10 Million students)
  19. 19. Students around the world
  20. 20. Reading
  21. 21. One example for use in the classroom...
  22. 22. Something to consider...
  23. 23. Instructional time Test taking time UnTIMED Time UnLIMITED Time
  24. 24. Questions about YOUR Child’s performance? ● Have you spoken to your Math and/or Language and Literature Teacher about this? ● Did you attend Parent Teacher Conferences? ● Please feel free to make an appointment with your child’s teacher
  25. 25. Thank you! Resources: ● NWEA Parent Tool Kit ● Parent’s Guide to MAP Growth-(English) ● Parent’s Guide to MAP Growth-(Chinese) ● 12 Common Questions Parents Ask About the MAP Growth Assessment