|1||Whole staff adminSwimming week, acquaintance night, overviews, student leaders induction, SRC reps||Planning teams|
|3||Acquaintance Night & Nature Play showcase (re: Master Plan)|
|4||Whole staff admin||Planning teams (L & L support)|
|6||Kids Matter update|
|8||Whole staff admin||Planning teams (L & L support)|
Could staff please make sure that the following assessments have been collated and entered into our database.
Early Intervention Program
eg. SPAT, PAA
Test A beginning of Year
Test B End of Year
(DECD – End of Term 1 and 3)
|Writing EALD Language and Literacy Level – Sentence Structure|
|3||Teacher Judgement||Y||Y||Y||Teacher Judgement||Y||Y|
|4||Teacher Judgement||Y||Y||Y||Teacher Judgement||Y|
|5||Teacher Judgement||Y||Y||Y||Teacher Judgement||Y||Y|
|6||Teacher Judgement||Y||Y||Y||Teacher Judgement||Y|
|7||Teacher Judgement||Y||Y||Y||Teacher Judgement||Y||Y|
Download a copy of SA Spelling Tests here:
Using the link on this blog, log in to the PAT Tests site.
Generate a standard report
Remember to compare to like year level for stanine information to load
Explore sorting the data in different ways
Are there patterns that you notice? – Weaker/ stronger areas across the year level?
Are there some common misconceptions across cohorts that could be investigated further?
Which resources/ activities could help to address misconceptions? – Click on the PAT Resources Centre link on the Home menu
Also refer to the links on the righthand side bar under the heading Dyslexia Training Reference
|1||Team – Scorelink data entry|
|2||PAT Analysis – Maths|
|3||PAT analysis – Reading|
|4||Partnership moderation – Tuesday meeting|
|5||No staff meeting|
|6||Classes – first draft|
|7||L & L levels – level 3 samples from your class –bottom, middle and top|
|8||PLCs – reflection on the year and recommendations for 2016|
I think this fits really well with our work on the SOLO Taxonomy. If students know the next step on the learning continuum they can work to get there.
What do you think? Click on the post heading to make a comment.