The CNYRIC Data Warehouse team is hosting the final AIMSweb/STAR User Groups and RTI PLC of the 2015-16 school year on Friday, June 10. The goal of each session is to bring together educators from the region to discuss the effective use of data and assessment to improve instruction and student learning. Below are the links to register for each session in My Learning Plan. Please note that the schedule has shifted slightly from the past, with the User Groups from 8:30-11:00 am and the RTI PLC from 12:00-3:00 pm.
AIMSweb User Group:
The spring AIMSweb User Group will focus how to best use end-of-year data to help assess the effectiveness of instruction and prepare for immediate intervention support in September. Additionally, we will discuss ways in which districts might look to improve progress monitoring practices and leverage the consistent data it provides. As we end the year, our team will also provide information about AIMSweb 1.0 and AIMSweb Plus for the 2016-17 school year. https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?D=15882&I=2094901
STAR User Group:
Our third STAR User Group will focus on conversations about how to best use end-of-year data to help assess the effectiveness of instruction and prepare for immediate intervention support in September. We will review growth reports, as well as district and school-level reports in STAR, and hear from Renaissance Representatives. Please note that the User Group time is from 8:30-11:00, freeing up additional time for those attending the RTI PLC. https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?D=15882&I=2097068
Response to Intervention PLC:
The spring RTI PLC will provide the opportunity for attendees to share with peers from around the region. The group will engage in dialogue around specific elements of RTI as they relate to some less talked about topics, such as writing, math, behavior, and reading beyond the primary grades. Participants will be encouraged to share how data, assessments, and collaborative practices can support student success. We will also consider the specific findings of John Hattie's work and how it might inform intervention decisions.
For more information, please contact District Data Coordinator Christopher Klivak at firstname.lastname@example.org