logging in or signing up Data Analysis for Student Learning Rachele Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINTLite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 3951 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (2) Dislike it (0) Added: March 03, 2008 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Data Analysis for Student Learning: Data Analysis for Student Learning Using Data to Make a Difference Laura Gallogly MVECA GALLOGLY@MVECA.ORGData Analysis for Student Learning: Data Analysis for Student Learning Developed by the 23 Data Acquisition Sites (DA-Sites) and owned by the Management Council of the Ohio Educational Computer Network (MC-OECN). DA-Sites made the decision to pursue the development of DSL in April, 2000. First version was released October, 2000Data Analysis for Student Learning: Data Analysis for Student Learning DSL combines data from various resources and loads them into a web based interface for easy access to data. EMIS SIS (Student Information System) INFOhio Photo companies (Lifetouch, Campus Portraits, etc) Testing company data files (cd/diskettes) Ohio Proficiency Tests Ohio Off-Grade Proficiency Tests Ohio Graduation Tests Terra-Nova Iowa Basic Skills Stanford Getting to know you…: Getting to know you…Student Information : Student Information Power of Pictures: Power of Pictures Learn names and faces before school starts Seating chart for substitute teacher or classroom posting Include picture on … Name tag or name plate ID card Certificate of Achievement Morning video announcements Weekly birthday listPreparing for the Proficiency Tests: Preparing for the Proficiency Tests The test results page in DSL contains data from all the test results we have loaded from your district. There are currently 18 options under the test results page that are designed to assist your staff in preparing for the proficiency tests.Preparing for the Proficiency Test: Preparing for the Proficiency Test Tests Results for a district by subject Who Needs ItEvaluate Instructional Strategies: Evaluate Instructional Strategies How effective was the previous year(s) instruction? Did the change in curriculum or text books make a difference? Did I over emphasize a previous weak area for my students? Using the Test Results in DSL, you can study the impact of your instruction and changes made. Combining the data presented with your knowledge of the ability level of your students, alterations in your instruction, and other external factors, you can get a good idea of what is working and not working. Each subsequent year, you can refine your instruction then reevaluate the effectiveness of the changes made. Evaluate Instructional Strategies: Evaluate Instructional Strategies Results by membership (football team, cheerleaders, etc) Results by TeacherIndividual Student Proficiency Results: Individual Student Proficiency Results Classroom Performance Individual Student Performance Attendance/Grade Entry: Attendance/Grade Entry Grade Entry Attendance Entry Current Absence ListsWhere is DSL Going?: Where is DSL Going? Short Term Additional Off Year Test Data Print quality reports (including mailing labels) More data available (i.e. medical) Portal features Long Term On-line Assessment Ability to enter and update data in DSL Additional items as requested By you and others around The State.Getting help with DSL: Getting help with DSL About This Page at the bottom of each page Feedback Form On-site training sessions Email/phone support Data Analysis for Student Learning: Data Analysis for Student Learning How do I get started? Contact your local Security Administrator to get an account set up. Your local Security Administrator is responsible for training. If they need assistance, MVECA will be glad to assist in training needs.Data Analysis for Student Learning: Data Analysis for Student Learning Classroom Resources Reports You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.